Two years with approximately 35 contact days
Mixed Mode, Part-time
This course has evolved from the successful MSc in Implantology and has been re-designed in response to student feedback. Now run over two years and with much of the delivery online, this course enables the busy dental practitioner to not only study much of the course material from home, but also with the opportunity to treat patients under the direct clinical supervision of experienced consultants and specialists.
This programme is delivered by experienced clinicians and educators. Successful completion of this two year programme leads to the award of an MSc in Clinical Implantology from the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan), a UK University well known as a provider of high quality clinical training and education.
As a student on this course you will have access to excellent online materials to guide and support your learning. You will examine, create treatment plans, place and restore dental implants under direct clinical supervision at one of our approved Clinical Training Centres.
This programme provides authentic clinical training and education, delivered both online and face-to-face that will prepare you to provide safe and appropriate dental implants as part of your clinical practice.
There is also the opportunity for continued mentoring and support.
Find out more about Postgraduate courses at our Postgraduate Advice Event on 11 July 2018
You can apply for many of the postgraduate UCLan courses using our Online Application System.
Postgraduate qualifications in dentistry are not regulated by the General Dental Council in the UK.
Modules DX 4017 and 4027 are delivered and assessed online.
The clinical modules, DX4016 and 4026 are assessed with a blend of course work, written assessments, practical assessments including direct observations whilst treating patients, and seen and unseen clinical case assessments.
The teaching faculty is led by Dr Fadi Barrak, a highly experienced implant surgeon, having placed and restored dental implants for nearly 20 years. He has lectured and mentored many dentists in implant dentistry, and been Course Leader at UCLan for a number of years.
For dentists looking to introduce dental implants within their practice, this is the ideal course. During this course you will plan, place and restore implants under direct clinical supervision, in one of our approved regional training centres.