This module is designed for distance learning to enable students to demonstrate advanced knowledge and clinical skill in the following subject areas:
- Direct techniques for cusp replacement restorations
- Periodontal surgery
- Molar endodontic treatment
- Fixed prosthodontics (including partial coverage restorations)
- Treatment planning
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 4 subject areas:
- Direct restorative techniques
- Fixed and removable prosthodontics
Module Attendance Required
Distance learning. Two one-week residential courses.
Year 1 and 2: October-January
Practical simulation and clinical exercises
Structured preparation/restoration exercises carried out on plastic models, extracted teeth or patients. Students will photograph these exercises and complete structured templates for summative assessment.
The exercises are divided into the following subject areas:
- Direct restorative techniques (Simulation) 30%
Prepare a plastic molar tooth with a complex cavity and restore with direct composite.
- Endodontics (Simulation) 30%
Preparation and obturation of a plastic endodontic simulation tooth (TrueTooth™ – Molar)
- Indirect restorations (Simulation) 40%
Complete a structured report of a simulated indirect restorative procedure on the following stages:
- Porcelain-fused-to-metal crown preparation
- Laboratory communication
- Model construction
- Crown manufacture
Academics involved in the delivery of this module
Stand Alone Course
This module is not available as a stand alone course.