Develop and understand what is needed in modern orthodontics and its scope for use in primary care dental practice. Students will receive tutoring from a wide range of experts in the field of Orthodontics.
Our modular scheme allows GDPs to pursue a flexible pathway over a period suited to individual requirements and circumstances.
Much of our teaching is carried out in our regional teaching centre in Royal Leamington Spa. We use a wide variety of educational tools, including a hands-on typodont session in our clinical skills laboratory. Receive tutoring from a wide range of experts in the field of Orthodontics.
Receive support to think creatively and independently, to solve problems, to exercise judgment, and to communicate clearly and effectively with patients and colleagues.
Our lecturing team have vast experience in all clinical treatment modalities, including self-ligation mechanics such as The Damon system, lingual appliances, and the Invisalign appliance.
Other admission requirements
-Students are also expected to hold a license to practise dentistry (BDS or LDS or international equivalent). -Be a current member of the General Dental Council or international equivalent for overseas candidates. -Have their own indemnity insurance for practising dentistry. -Normally have completed one year post-qualification, which may be Dental Foundation Training where appropriate. -If your first language is not English, you must have completed an English language test in advance. We require an IELTS score of at least 6.5 overall (with 6.5 in the reading and writing components), a PTE (Pearson Test of English) score of 55. If you have scored below this, you may be offered pre-sessional English language at the University.
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