This DClinDent in Prosthodontics at The University of Edinburgh builds on fundamental dental knowledge and is focused on advancing theoretical, research and clinical skills. The DClinDent in Prosthodontics provides a great opportunity for self-motivated, determined and talented individuals to receive training by our team of specialists in Prosthodontics, Endodontics, Periodontics and Restorative Dentistry (in addition to other specialties and interdisciplinary services). This degree prides itself on small group teaching using modern pedagogical approaches and support.
Successful completion of the DClinDent will stand students in good stead if considering applying to the Specialty Membership Examination in Prosthodontics administered by the Royal College of Surgeons.
Successful completion of the degree will prepare candidates with skills for potential careers in primary care, secondary care and/or academic teaching.
Examples of careers entered into by our past graduates include:
Candidates are strongly encouraged to confirm with the regulatory bodies of their country of origin as to how the DClinDent and MPros are recognised.
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