Certificate in Restorative Dentistry – 14 days – from £8383*
The course will comprise of lectures, practicals, seminars and webinars. This is a one year course over 10 days leading to a postgraduate Certificate in Restorative Dentistry (PG Cert Rest Dent) from the British Academy of Restorative Dentistry.
* Manchester: Cost per day exc VAT £499, 14 Days Total Cost £8,383 or London: Cost per day exc VAT £575, 14 Days Total Cost £9,660
Occlusion and Occlusal examination
TMJ Dysfunction and Occlusal Splints
Amalgams / Posts
Anterior / Posterior Composites
Lab Techniques / Diagnostic Waxing
Anterior / Posterior tooth anatomy
Crowns / Veneers
Bridge Design and Preparation
The course is part theory, part practical and on models.
Succesful completion of the course (module 1) will allow entrance to the examination for the Certificate in Restorative Dentistry. This will include MCQ Examination and Case Studies.
Click here for Restorative Dentistry Sample Exam Questions
1. What is the definition of The Retruded Axis position (Centric Relation)
a. The first position in which the teeth contact?
b. The position of maximum cuspal interdigitation?
c. The most retruded position of the mandibular condyle in the Glenoid fossa?
d. The most anterior position of the mandibular condyle in the Glenoid fossa?
e. The most superior, slightly anterior position of the mandibular condyle in the glenoid fossa?
2. In planning a restorative case, an occlusally balanced splint is used mainly to:
a. Determine the correct Occlusal Face Height?
b. Find the correct position of Centric Relation?
c. Treat headaches?
d. Protect provisional restorations from bruxing?
e. To cure the patients Bruxing habit?
3. When preparing a post retained restoration, we ideally like to have a ferrule present. Why?
a. to reduce the amount of gold needed for the post?
b. To transfer occlusal stress away from the cement and onto the post?
c. To increase the length of the post?
d. To transfer occlusal stress away from the cement seal and onto the periodontal ligament?
e. To make the restoration more aesthetic?
4. What is the C factor of an MOD composite restoration?
a. 1 ?
b. 5 ?
c 2.5 ?
5. Assuming that your preparations are ideal, and that your technique is equal in all respects, which single tooth restoration would you expect to have the greatest longevity?
a. Dentine bonded porcelain restoration?
b. Porcelain bonded to metal crown?
c. Cast Gold restoration?
d. Bonded amalgam restoration?
e. Resin Modified Glass Ionomer restoration?
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