Epidemiology of oral disease in the young and in older people; Challenges of oral health for older people; Principles of denture design for elderly patients; Restorative dentistry in older persons; Medical problems in the older person; Consent: Implications of the new Mental Capacity Act 2005; Materials for paediatric and dentistry in older persons; Orthodontic diagnosis: What to watch out for and when to refer; Caries diagnosis and treatment in children; Prevention; including sealants; Restoration and pulp therapy in primary teeth and in the mixed dentition; Management and treatment of dental trauma in children ; Child protection and the dental team: current thinking and practice; Measuring oral health in children: A global perspective.
Module Attendance Required
Wednesday afternoons x 8
March - May Year 3
Produce 2 patient information leaflets.
Essay (2500 words).
Case Report (100 words).
Academics involved in the delivery of this module
Professor T Burke; Professor C Deery; Professor D Walmsley
Stand Alone Course
This module can also be taken as a stand alone course if required. To apply, please contact Professor FJT Burke, firstname.lastname@example.org, 0121 237 2768 or Lynda Malthouse, email@example.com, 0121 237 2768.
Applicants need to apply via the paper application:
Postgraduate Application Form
Postgraduate Application Notes
Postgraduate Reference Request Form
Fee if taken as a stand alone course
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Entry requirements if taken as a stand alone course
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