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This part-time, two-year postgraduate Endodontology course is for the busy dental practitioner who wants to combine home study with treating patients under the direct clinical supervision of experienced consultants and specialists.The course has been designed in response to student feedback and has evolved from our successful three-year MSc.Much of the academic delivery is online, so you can study from home, and small group sizes, usually 12 or less, means there’s an informal and supportive
This part-time, two-year postgraduate Endodontology course is for the busy dental practitioner who wants to combine home study with treating patients under the direct clinical supervision of experienced consultants and specialists.
The course has been designed in response to student feedback and has evolved from our successful three-year MSc.
Much of the academic delivery is online, so you can study from home, and small group sizes, usually 12 or less, means there’s an informal and supportive learning environment.
This course will develop your skills in:
Thorough case assessment and record taking
Treatment planning and case selection
Working under magnification
Contemporary techniques for cleaning and shaping canals
Irrigation and intracanal medication
Restoration of the endodontically-treated tooth
Why study with us
Delivered by experienced clinicians and educators, the programme includes four days of supervised clinical training.
You’ll study at a University that is well known as a provider of high-quality clinical training and education with state-of-the-art teaching facilities.
The University works in conjunction with governing dental bodies, ensuring that the curriculum facilitates the development of transferable skills, which you can apply to your clinical practice.
Learning and assessment
You’ll start with plenary lectures and practical sessions in our state-of-the-art phantom head facility, working on a pig’s head and similar systems. You’ll then progress to treating live patients, under close supervision in our Dental Clinic, and be assessed by Direct Observations of Procedural Skills (DOPS).
You and your group will prepare and lead the academic aspect of the course with presentations, directed reading and case-based discussions.
Applicants will be qualified as a Dental Surgeon and have a licence to practice dentistry; Be registered with the General Dental Council or equivalent; Be in professional practice or have a hospital appointment while attending the course; Be registered with a Defence Union - possessing indemnity insurance with cover at an appropriate level; Possess a current certificate of immunisation against communicable disease Hepatitis B.
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The University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) is a forward-thinking university with multiple campuses and a truly international community of student learners. Founded in 1828, it has become one of the UK’s largest universities, with almost 200 years of heritage in delivering high-quality education. UCLan offers a portfolio of over 200 employment-oriented courses, aimed at preparing graduates for successful and impactful careers.
The university’s main campus is located in Preston, with campuses in Burnley and Westlakes and a third international campus in Cyprus. The Preston campus has recently received over £200 million in investment to expand and enhance the university, building a brand new Engineering Innovation Centre in 2019, and a recently opened Civic Square and Student Centre for the 2021 Autumn term.