Aims/Description: This module provides the clinical experience to consolidate the key skills of the specialist to a proficient level, including diagnosis, treatment planning and management of patients within the speciality and for patients requiring multidisciplinary care within restorative dentistry and other disciplines of dentistry. It will enable the student to develop a deeper understanding of the provision of treatment across the disciplines. This module also provides the clinical experience to develop key skills to a competent level, for the restoration of 'non-complex' implants, as defined by the FGDP training standards in implantology. Students will also be exposed to elements of 'complex' implantology throughout the course of the module, although will not be expected to achieve competence as part of the course assessment.

Teaching Methods: Clinical work, Independent Study
Assessment: Project/ portfolio

Information on the department responsible for this unit (Clinical Dentistry):

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Western Bank, Sheffield, S10 2TN, UK