Dental Skills - Modern Management of Advanced Caries in Children Short course
Dental Skills - Modern Management of Advanced Caries in Children
CSRP Modern Management of Advanced Caries in Children
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Most of us will be faced with a child with huge carious lesions in their primary molars during our careers. This hands-on CPD course supports primary care practitioners in effectively managing caries in the paediatric dentition using a Hall preformed metal crown. You'll also get training in the techniques for undertaking primary pulp therapy.
Part of our five module Clinical Skills Refresher Programme, this course is for dental professionals, and suitable for those returning to clinical practice after a career break. You can attend as many of the courses as you like, or if you book to attend all 5 dates you'll receive a discount of 10% off the total price.
Other modules in the Clinical Skills Refresher Programme:
- Mode of study: Direct
- Duration: , (
- Location: Dental Academy, William Beatty Building, Hampshire Terrace, Portsmouth, PO1 2QG
- Start and end dates:
If you book all 5 Clinical Skills Refresher Programme courses together you will receive a 10% discount off the total price.
What you'll experience
On this short course you'll cover:
- the evidence underpinning the management of grossly carious primary molars
- hands-on training in the techniques for undertaking primary pulp therapy
- hands-on training in the techniques for providing extra-coronal restorations to primary molars
- Development Outcomes: A, C
You'll be taught by Sarah Barber, Dental Hygienist and Therapist and Associate Head of Innovation at the University of Portsmouth's Dental Academy.
This course is for dental professionals.
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