Now in it's 25th year, Ucer Education's Postgraduate Certificate (PGCert) in Implant Dentistry (EduQual Level 7) teaches clinicians how to incorporate implant treatment into their practices safely and with confidence using the most documented and proven implant systems. The one-year dental implant course is a vocationally-related PG Cert qualification accredited and awarded by EduQual, an established UK awarding body. The Ucer Education team has accumulated years of teaching and research experience as well as gaining a European reputation for developing the framework for clinical teaching dental implantology and training the trainers in this field.
The dental implant course is exclusively designed to provide clinicians with the theoretical and practical skills required to perform dental implants to the highest standard, either from surgical and restorative or just a restorative perspective. The aim is to teach and train dentists to gain full clinical competence needed for the provision of safe and satisfactory dental implant treatment to their patients.
Who is the course for?
As an academic course followed by mentored clinical training on patients provided by our postgraduate institute, it is especially suitable for GDP's looking to gain the skills necessary to move forward into implant dentistry. The course is particularly suitable for those who do not have access to implant patients at their practices. The course is an invaluable opportunity for both the newly qualified or experienced GDPs who may be looking to develop a private dental practice or to develop a substantial implant referral practice in the future.
Why this course?