Advanced Restorative Procedures

This module is designed for distance learning to enable students to demonstrate advanced understanding and clinical skill in the following subject areas:

  • Advanced aesthetic techniques using direct composite
  • Periodontal plastic surgery
  • Crown lengthening surgery
  • Molar endodontics
  • The minimally invasive management of missing teeth 

Some module content will also be delivered at two face-to-face residential courses and will provide teaching and/or practical simulation experience in the following module 5 subject areas:

  • Direct restorative techniques
  • Periodontics
  • Endodontics
  • Treatment planning

Credits
20 credits

Module Attendance Required
Distance learning. Two one-week residential courses.

Module Dates
Year 2: February - May

Assessment

Practical exercises in direct restorative techniques (Simulation) 15%
Prepare and restore an extracted tooth for one of the following direct restorative options:

  • Option 1: An advanced direct aesthetic restoration of an anterior or a posterior tooth
  • Option 2: A Bulk-fill composite restoration of a posterior tooth

Periodontics 40%

  • Preparation of a case report documenting the assessment, diagnosis and management of a patient with periodontal disease

Endodontics (Simulation) 25%

  • Preparation and obturation of a natural extracted molar tooth

Treatment planning exercises 20%
Complete a structured template on pre-prepared clinical case

  • Treatment planning case 4

Academics involved in the delivery of this module
Various

Stand Alone Course
This module is not available as a stand alone course.