University works with dental implant team to introduce new programme

18 September 2018
1 min read

The University is working with the ICE Postgraduate Dental Institute and Hospital to introduce the new MSc in dental implantology.

The first students will enroll onto the course in September 2018 and will have access to surgical equipment, patients and mentorship at ICE's state of the art purpose-built site, based in Salford Quays close to the University's MediaCityUK campus.

The programme is aimed at dentists who want to progress their career by gaining new skills to provide dental implants and has been designed to take away the stress of delegates finding their own patients, allowing them to concentrate on their own education and training.

It will enable participants to find out about evidence-based treatment planning, patient communication, legal and ethical considerations, and related human factor concepts to improve the quality of care, treatment outcomes and patient satisfaction. They will also learn about new digital workflow technology such as dental cone beam CT Scanning, 3D printing, milling, and minimally invasive computer guided surgery.

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