Postgraduate Diploma Courses

Prerequisite: PG Cert Contemporary Restorative and Aesthetic Dentistry (LEVEL I).

This unique course expands on the skills developed in the Certificate course and can lead to the prestigious award of Fellowship of BAARID on successful completion of the Diploma.

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Post graduate diploma dentistry courses include articulator features and use.

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Occlusal examinations are explained in our postgraduate dental courses.

Contemporary restorative and aesthetic dentistry advanced courses are designed to give you the confidence to tackle more complex cosmetic and implant cases by offering case mentoring as part of the Diploma.

There will be numerous treatment planning exercises and in depth discussion of clinical cases as well as practical occlusion exercises.

Diploma courses available

Advanced PG Cert – Online Blended

Contemporary Restorative and Aesthetic Dentistry Modular: Academic including Hands-on Leading to PG Diploma

ONLINE BLENDED COURSE - 7 days online, 6 days hands-onFind Out More

Course FAQ

Q Do I have to present a clinical case?

Advanced course dental students are encouraged to bring a case to present on the final day of the course. This does not have to be a case you have treated. The purpose of the case is to demonstrate diagnostic and treatment planning skills in aesthetic, restorative or implant dentistry. Students are encouraged to bring cases during the dental course for discussion.

Q What are the entry criteria to complete the diploma?

Q Is there an examination?

Yes, in the form of MCQ questions.

Q If I don’t sit the examination will I still obtain a diploma?

No but you gain a certificate of Level II completion.

Q Is mentoring provided?

Mentoring is provided on study days during the postgraduate dentistry diploma training. After the course, online mentoring is provided (at a small additional charge).

Q Do I have to submit clinical cases to be awarded the diploma?

Yes a portfolio of six cases is required for the diploma, but you can still undertake the contemporary restorative and aesthetic dentistry course level II without submitting the cases and gain a certificate of completion.

Q Who awards the diploma?

The diploma is awarded by the British Academy Aesthetic Restorative and Implant Dentistry (BAARID) educational organisation. The BAARID awarding committee has experienced practitioners all at master’s level or above and covers the specialisms of oral surgery, orthodontics, restorative, periodontal, endodontic and periodontal dentistry. It is more educationally robust than any other private institutions and many universities.

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