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197001jan2:00 am2:00 amPost Graduate Diploma in Advanced Aesthetic and Restorative Dentistry - Aesthetic Dentistry2:00 am - 2:00 am(GMT+10:00) View in my timeOnline Event Organized By: Academy of Dental Excellence Discipline:Aesthetic Dentistry,General Restorative,ProsthodonticsFormat:Continuum,Hands-on,Online

Event Details

This is a unique blended learning programme leading to a level 7 postgraduate diploma level qualification from EduQual (UK). It comprises of 5 online modules and an onsite module of 10-days in internationally approved training centers. Completion of all modules as well as assessments will lead to the award of Post Graduate Diploma from EduQual (UK).

Module 1 – Foundation of Advanced Aesthetic and Restorative Care

Module 2 – Planning for Advanced Aesthetic and Restorative Care

Module 3 – Direct Procedures in Advanced Aesthetic and Restorative Care

Module 4 – Indirect Procedures in Advanced Aesthetic and Restorative Care

Module 5 – Management of Missing Dentition and Other Procedures in Advanced Aesthetic and Restorative Care

Module 6 – 10 Day Onsite Workshop at Internationally Approved Training Centers

Registration open for the Diploma course with the following Onsite options:–  MUMBAI, INDIA

Venue for Onsite Workshop – International Dental Education Center (IDEC)

6th Floor Casablanca, Plot 130th-10th, Gulmohur Cross Road, JVPD, Mumbai – 400049 India

Dates – 8th May to 17th May 2021–  MALAYSIA

Venue for Onsite Workshop – The Dental City Malaysia
The Dental City, Level 5, Wisma Bentley Music, No.3, Jalan PJU 7/2, Mutiara Damansara, 47810 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia

Dates – 22nd Oct to 31st Oct 2021

–  PERTH, AUSTRALIA

Venue for Onsite Workshop – Iconic Dentistry
Iconic Dentistry, Perth, Australia

Dates – Between 1st May 2021 and 1st Nov 2022

Course StructureAccredited by EduQual, this training is available only on Academy of Dental Excellence online platform. It consists of: A. ONLINE LEARNING – 5 online modules that include study material which is delivered online in a multimedia classroom format. The educational material has been developed and is supported by text, video and interactive material and is in close association with the 2017 publication “Practical Procedures in Aesthetic Dentistry” published by Wiley.Delegates will get online access for 2 years (maximum) to complete all the 5 online modules however, it can be completed sooner as delegates are encouraged to study the online content at their own pace. Online learning format enables the busy dentist to complete a structured programme in the field of aesthetic and restorative dentistry with due recognition without taking too much time off from practice. Students can learn in the comfort of their own home and at their own pace. B. ONSITE LEARNING – 10 days of intensive onsite workshops at worldwide locations.Dates – Location specificThe format of each day will be lecture, interactive seminar and workshop based. Practical exercises on dental mannequins and simulation models.  

C. TUTORIALSOnline tutorials will be held periodically for case discussions and specific topics. We will also be providing live as well as recorded webinars to enhance the learning experience. Delegates having difficulties with elements of the assessments can avail guidance from faculty.  D. ASSESSMENTS
ONLINE ASSESSMENTS – Understanding of the course content will be verified by online assessments for modules 1-5 that will comprise of:  1) Multiple Choice Questions – This is a self-assessment module where a delegate needs to pick the correct answer from the given options. Whilst taking the MCQs the online tutorials are unavailable. If a learner does not achieve the 50% (pass score), resits can be taken and the tutorials become available again.  2) Short Answer Type Questions – This is a faculty assessment module where a delegate will be required to submit short answers for the exam questions that will be assessed by the faculty. This will not receive a specific grade just a pass or fail will be notified. Candidates who fail will be allocated to a faculty member for feedback and based upon an interview process be awarded a pass. In certain cases, a resubmission of an assessment will be required and this will not incur any further cost to the delegate.

FINAL ASSESSMENT – Candidates will submit 3 written assignments (1000 words each) and 2 clinical cases online for assessment by faculty. Upon registration to the programme students will be allocated to a faculty tutor who will help and guide towards the preparation and submission of the 3 written assignments and 2 clinical cases. This guidance will be given via online face to face seminars during the duration of the programme.  Entry requirements Registered Dental Practitioner with registration on the relevant Dental Council of country where employed as a dentist. The course will be conducted in English so knowledge of English essential. Access is required to patients in order to complete the required clinical cases for submission. Internet access is required for online learning resources. Who is this programme for This programme is ideal for the dental clinician who wants to be able to learn in a structured manner from internationally renowned clinical educators on how to provide high quality long term and evidence based aesthetic treatment for their patients.  At the end of this training, students will be able to • Develop an enhanced awareness and understanding of Advanced Aesthetic and Restorative Dentistry.• Develop an understanding of techniques and their clinical application in the provision of Advanced Aesthetic and Restorative Dentistry.• Further their understanding of patient communication and of the therapeutic process involved in the provision of Advanced Aesthetic and Restorative Dentistry. • Develop the ability to understand the impact of the various techniques described in the literature on the clinical setting and the therapeutic dynamic. • Develop some understanding of epistemological issues and skills in identifying relevant and practicable research projects and appropriate methodologies in the field of Advanced Aesthetic and Restorative Dentistry. • Differentiate between the various techniques currently described and their therapeutic and long-term effects in-patient care in the provision of Advanced Aesthetic and Restorative Dental treatment. Awards
Post Graduate Diploma in Advanced Aesthetic and Restorative Dentistry from EduQual (UK).
Associated Continuing Professional Development Certificates as per enhanced Continuing Development Guidelines from the General Dental Council (UK).

Induction as a Diplomate of the Academy of Dental Excellence.
Fee
The program fee is not inclusive of any taxes, national or international travel, flights, accommodation, breakfast or evening dinners.
It may also vary depending on the onsite location options chosen. The location options will be communicated when the program is launched and is open for registration. AIMS – The course aims to:  • Provide students with a forum for thinking about their own work and clinical practice in the field of Advanced Aesthetic and Restorative Dentistry and therefore enhance understanding and practice. • Provide a setting in which students may develop a critical understanding of various clinical techniques and materials relevant to contemporary Aesthetic and Restorative clinical practice. • Provide an opportunity for students to develop skills in observation and self-reflection. • Facilitate group learning and co-operation. • Provide a view of Advanced Aesthetic and Restorative Dentistry techniques and a forum for discussion and development of skills already obtained at undergraduate level. • Begin to formulate an understanding of Advanced Aesthetic Dentistry theories and locate this within contemporary evidence based clinical practice and questioning. • Provide an opportunity to develop epistemological, methodological, observational and clinical skills in relation to Advanced Aesthetic and Restorative Dentistry.• Afford students the opportunity to consider further training in Advanced Aesthetic and Restorative Dentistry. 

Training Details

The following topics are covered:

Module 1: Foundation of Advanced Aesthetic and Restorative Care

Unit Number Unit Title Learning outcomes
1.1 Initial assessments and evaluations’ – essential practice for a new patient examination. – Know the essential steps for new patient examination.- Identify, and locate the details required to make a full examination.- Develop good practice in patient examination for evaluation to provide advanced aesthetic and restorative dentistry.
1.2 Evaluation of the aesthetic zone’ – current concepts in beauty and aesthetics. – Know the current concepts.- Apply these concepts in the aesthetic evaluation
1.3 The fundamentals of occlusion’ – occlusal terminology, functional assessments and Occlusal records. – Analyse the patient’s occlusion.- Recognise the correlation between aesthetics and function.-Apply occlusal principles to clinical practice
1.4 Ethical matters in aesthetic dentistry – the importance of consent and good record keeping.’ – Apply ethical principles for patient care.- Choose treatment options which are in the patient’s best interest.
1.5 Clinical photography and digital imaging techniques’ – good record keeping, case presentation and aesthetic design.  – Apply clinical photography and digital imaging for good record keeping.- Recognise the principles of good clinical photography.- appraise clinical images.
1.6 Review of the Literature – Appraise & Interpret the relevant available evidence.- Relate the evidence to clinical practice.- Apply evidence-based practice. 
1.7 Module 1 Summative Assessment – Conduct self test appraisal of the study materials.- Revise the important and relevant points for clinical application.- Compare the alternatives presented. 

Module 2: Planning for Advanced Aesthetic and Restorative Care

Unit Number Unit Title Learning outcomes
2.1 ‘Logical treatment planning’ – Compose a logical and effective aesthetic and restorative treatment plan.- Prepare a treatment plan for advanced aesthetic and restorative care.- Prepare an integrative treatment plan.
2.2 Planning aesthetic treatment 1. – Smile Design’ – attaining a predictable aesthetic outcome. 2D and 3D smile design protocols, aesthetic mock up templates and keys – Know the current concepts.- Apply these concepts in the aesthetic evaluation
2.3 Planning aesthetic treatment 2. – Functional considerations’ – practical occlusion – attaining the desired functional outcome and an introduction to occlusal splints.’ – Analyse the patient’s occlusion.- Recognise the correlation between aesthetics and function.-Apply occlusal principles.
2.4 The assessment of periodontal tissues ’ – Recognise the healthy signs of a periodontal complex.- Recognise the signs of disease for the periodontal tissues.
2.5 Prevention and stabilization of oral disease’ – the key concepts.  – Recognise the importance of prevention and stabilisation.- apply the principles of prevention and stabilisation.
2.6 Review of the Literature – Appraise & Interpret the relevant available evidence.- Relate the evidence to clinical practice.- Apply evidence-based practice. 
2.7 Module 2 Summative Assessment – Conduct self test appraisal of the study materials.- Revise the important and relevant points for clinical application.- Compare the alternatives presented. 

Module 3: Direct Procedures in Advanced Aesthetic and Restorative Care

Unit Number Unit Title Learning outcomes
3.1 Teeth whitening – Know the various effective techniques for teeth whitening.- Apply these techniques-Differentiate between the effectiveness of the various techniques in various clinical situations.
3.2 Direct aesthetic dental materials.’ – Compare and contrast the various materials in use for providing an aesthetic outcome.- Appraise the material properties for optimising the aesthetic outcome.
3.3 Anterior direct resin restorations’ – including direct composite resin veneers.’ – Know the steps involved for an effective bond and finishing process for direct anterior composite restorations.- Create an aesthetic and functional outcome with direct composite resin. 
3.4 Posterior direct resin restorations.’ – Know the steps involved for an effective bond and finishing process for direct anterior composite restorations.- Create an aesthetic and functional outcome with direct composite resin.- Know the steps to produce direct posterior composite onlays.
3.5 Restoration of deep carious lesions & management of the endodontically treated tooth.’  – Know the current concepts in the management of the carious lesion.- Know and appraise the various forms of reinforcement and post techniques for the endodontically treated tooth.
3.6 Review of the Literature – Appraise & Interpret the relevant available evidence.- Relate the evidence to clinical practice.- Apply evidence-based practice. 
3.7 Module 3 Summative Assessment – Conduct self test appraisal of the study materials.- Revise the important and relevant points for clinical application.- Compare the alternatives presented. 

Module 4: Indirect Procedures in Advanced Aesthetic and Restorative Care

Unit Number Unit Title Learning outcomes
4.1 Fundamentals in fixed prosthodontics’ – Restoration design, tooth preparation, material selection, provisionalisation, delivery (cementation, finishing and polishing)  – Know the principles of restoration design and tooth preparation.- Appraise and select the most appropriate material.- Design the most appropriate provisional restoration.- Know the principles of indirect restoration cementation protocols.
4.2 Aesthetic indirect materials’ – what, why and when to select the most appropriate material. – Know the indications and contraindications of the various available materials.- Appraise and select the most appropriate indirect restoration for an aesthetic outcome.
4.3 Provisional indirect restorations’ – their role in planning for a predictable outcome. – Recognise the importance of a provisional restoration.- Know the application of provisionals.- Design and create appropriate provisional restorations.
4.4 Impression techniques, soft tissue management, effective laboratory communication. – Know the principles of soft tissue management.- Know the materials and tray selection process.- Recognise and appraise the development of digital impression techniques. 
4.5 Ceramic veneers.’ Restoration design, tooth preparation, material selection, provisionalisation, delivery (cementation, finishing and polishing)  – Know the principles of restoration design and tooth preparation.- Appraise and select the most appropriate material.- Design the most appropriate provisional restoration.- Know the principles of indirect ceramic veneer cementation protocols.
4.6 Review of the Literature – Appraise & Interpret the relevant available evidence.- Relate the evidence to clinical practice.- Apply evidence-based practice. 
4.7 Module 4 Summative Assessment – Conduct self-test appraisal of the study materials.- Revise the important and relevant points for clinical application.- Compare the alternatives presented. 

Module 5: Management of Missing Dentition & other procedures in Advanced Aesthetic and Restorative Care

Unit Number Unit Title Learning outcomes
5.1 Bridge design’ – concepts in planning and preparation. – Know the principles of bridge design and application of minimal invasive adhesive bridges.- Plan and appraise the most appropriate bridge design.- Know the principles of tooth preparation for bridge designs
5.2 Re-organisation of the occlusion.’ – how to attain a predictable outcome. – Know the occlusal principles with relation to the re-organised approach to rehabilitation.- Apply the principles of occlusion for a re- organised approach.- Formulate an appropriate occusal prescription to maximise the aesthetic, restorative and long-term functional outcome 
5.3 Management of the missing dentition’ – denture design; role of implants. – Apply the principles of partial denture design to optimise for a functional and aesthetic outcome.- Know the prosthodontic and aesthetic principles for implant rehabilitation of the missing tooth/teeth in the aesthetic zone.- Know the restorative and prosthodontics phases for rehabilitation with dental implants.
5.4 Pre-restorative procedures’ – advanced periodontal techniques; orthodontics in restorative dentistry. – Know the different techniques for the periodontal tissues to produce an aesthetic outcome.- appraise and differentiate bAtween the various techniques.- Apply the periodontal techniques for the appropriate clinical indications.- Identify the orthodontic, aesthetic and functional interface. – Formulate and create an effective interactive orthodontic and restorative treatment plan.
5.5 Contingency planning’ – planning for failure – what can we expect to happen and how to plan a successful long-term solution. – Design a effective strategy to manage the failure of aesthetic and restorative materials and techniques.-Know the factors relating to long term success of restorations. – Know how to plan treatment to minimise failure.
5.6 Review of the Literature – Appraise & Interpret the relevant available evidence.- Relate the evidence to clinical practice.- Apply evidence-based practice. 
5.7 Module 5 Summative Assessment – Conduct self test appraisal of the study materials.- Revise the important and relevant points for clinical application.- Compare the alternatives presented. 

Module 6: 10 Day onsite workshop at worldwide locationsTraining Details:The following topics will be covered in the onsite classes:– Treatment Planning in Aesthetic Dentistry- Smile Design- Anterior Aesthetic direct Composite restorations- Posterior Aesthetic direct composite restorations- Anterior Aesthetic indirect restorations- Posterior Aesthetic indirect restorations- Clinical Occlusion- Single tooth to full mouth rehabilitation- Critical appraisal of the evidence- Periodontal procedures in Aesthetic dentistry for the general practitioner- Implant prosthodontics- Orthodontic and restorative interface.- Cad Cam- Localised and generalised tooth wear The format of each day will be lecture, interactive seminar and workshop based. Practical exercises on dental mannequins and simulation models.   Note The schedule for the onsite classes will be communicated to the delegates by the faculty at the start of the training program. 

Module 7: Assignment & Case Presentation Module (taken after completion of modules 1-6)

This will comprise of:

– 3 Written assignment – 1000 words (min) each.

– 2 Clinical Case Presentations.

The student will be appointed to a faculty member who will guide them in critical appraisal, review of the literature, preparation of 3 assignments for submission and 2 relevant clinical cases for submission. The assignments and clinical cases will be examined.

For module 7 the clinical case will be completed in the dentists own practice on their own patient’s with guidance from faculty. No travel or time away from home or practice is required. The assignments will be submitted online.

Course Format

No of Modules Access Duration Assessment Awards Eligibility
Online 5 2 YEAR(S) Yes PG Diploma from EduQualDiplomate of ADE Open for All
Onsite 1 10 DAY(S)

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Speakers for this event

  • Dr Christopher Ho

    Dr Christopher Ho

    BDS Hons (SYD), Grad Dip Clin Dent (Oral Implants) (SYD), M. Clin. Dent. (Pros) (LON), D. Clin. Dent. (Pros) (SYD), MRACDS (Pros), FPFA

    Dr Christopher Ho is a Specialist Prosthodontist who received his Bachelor of Dental Surgery with First Class Honours at the University of Sydney. He completed postgraduate studies in the Graduate Diploma in Clinical Dentistry in Oral Implants at the University of Sydney, and a Masters of Clinical Dentistry in Prosthodontics with Distinction from the University of London. Furthermore he completed a Doctorate in Clinical Dentistry in Prosthodontics from the University of Sydney and is Fellow of the Pierre Fauchard Academy. Dr Ho lectures extensively on aesthetic and implant dentistry both nationally and internationally. He is involved with the evaluation and development of new dental products and materials with several leading dental manufacturers. He was the Oral B spokesperson for Australia from 2012-2016. He contributes to the University of Sydney, having contributed to their undergraduate and postgraduate programs for over twenty years. Additionally, he lectures for the Oral Implant Diploma and Post-graduate Prosthodontic programs at the University of Sydney. He is a Faculty member of the Global Institute for Dental Education, Academy of Dental Excellence and is Visiting Lecturer at Kings College London, United Kingdom. He is author of numerous publications, as well as editor of the Wiley-Blackwell textbook “Practical Procedure in Aesthetic Dentistry”.

    BDS Hons (SYD), Grad Dip Clin Dent (Oral Implants) (SYD), M. Clin. Dent. (Pros) (LON), D. Clin. Dent. (Pros) (SYD), MRACDS (Pros), FPFA

  • Dr. Kyle Hogg

    Dr. Kyle Hogg

    Principal, Dental Health Professionals (USA)

    DDS (Univ. of Michigan), AEGD (Univ. of Florida), MClinDent Prosthodontics (King's College London). Currently in private practice. Current Position: Principal, Dental Health Professionals (USA) Qualification: DDS, AEGD, MClinDent (Prosthodontics) Professional Experience: Kyle is part of a progressive group practice where he focuses on Prosthodontics, Implants, and Surgery. His post-doctoral formal education includes an AEGD residency at the University of Florida followed by completion of his Masters of Clinical Dentistry in Prosthodontics at King's College London.

    Principal, Dental Health Professionals (USA)

  • Dr. Louis Mackenzie

    Dr. Louis Mackenzie

    BDS - Lecturer

    BDS - Lecturer University of Birmingham (UK) Clinical Director Simplyhealth Professionals (UK)

    BDS - Lecturer

  • Dr. Shamir Mehta

    Dr. Shamir Mehta

    BDS (UK), BSc (UK), MClinDent (Prostho), MFGDP(UK

    BDS (UK), BSc (UK), MClinDent (Prostho), MFGDP(UK), FICD, Deputy Programme Director MSc Aesthetic Dentistry King's College London Faculty of Dentistry, Oral & Craniofacial Sciences Private Practice London (UK)

    BDS (UK), BSc (UK), MClinDent (Prostho), MFGDP(UK

  • Dr. Subir Banerji

    Dr. Subir Banerji

    BDS, MClinDent (Prostho), PhD, MFGDP (UK), FICOI, FICD Private Practitioner; Program Director, King\'s College London.

    BDS, MClinDent (Prostho), PhD, MFGDP (UK), FICOI, FICD Private Practitioner; Program Director, King\'s College London.

Organizer

Academy of Dental ExcellenceADE is a unique blended-learning environment for you to enhance your dental knowledge and skills, at your convenience, in your own time, from the comforts of your home. At ADE, we bring together online self-paced learning, hands-on clinical skill transfer and collaborative knowledge-sharing in what we call ‘blended-learning’. We use online live seminars, online classrooms, structured programs, clinical videos, discussion forums, and hands-on masterclass series to enable you to have an enriching learning experience in a unique collaborative blended-learning environment.[email protected] JP classic, # 157/1, Silver Corporate Block -1, Ground floor Total Environment campus, EPIP – Phase-II KIADB, Whitefield, Bangalore – 560066

Time

(Thursday) 2:00 am - 2:00 am(GMT+10:00) View in my time

Location

Online

Price

$20,000

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