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Our Fixed & Removable Prosthodontics MClinDent is a comprehensive restorative dentistry course focusing on fixed and removable prosthodontics, designed to advance skills in complex multi-disciplinary dental problems. A key feature of this innovative blended learning programme is the face-to-face teaching block which takes place in the first three years. Students can choose to attend this in either London or Dubai, at state-of-the-art clinical training facilities in both locations. An invaluable way to consolidate learning, and network with peers and teachers, you will benefit from between 9-11 days of continuous intensive training and learning in each of years one to three. Designed for working dentists, you will employ the skills learned throughout the course in your own practice. This course is mostly delivered online, so you can study anywhere in the world with minimum disruption to your professional and personal life while benefitting from world-class teaching.

Key benefits

  • Internationally renowned centre of excellence for teaching and research in dentistry.
  • Intensive face-to-face training blocks in London or Dubai to learn and practice contemporary clinical techniques at world-class training facilities.
  • Pioneers of distance learning in dentistry with over 20 years' experience.
  • Course material delivered by a team of highly experienced clinical tutors and academics, many of whom are world-leaders in their field.
  • Multi-authored online course text material supported by extensive references and access to institutional library facilities.
  • Online support through regular webinars and tutorials presented by core staff and expert tutors.
Teertha-Shetty

What attracted me most to King’s College London was the wide variety of programmes it offers. I opted for distance learning in fixed and removable prosthodontics as I could work and study simultaneously. I found it easy to retain what was taught as I could apply my theoretical knowledge at work on a day-to-day basis.

Teertha, Fixed & Removable Prosthodontics

This course will develop your clinical skills in restorative dentistry, enabling you to treat the variety of patients that visit your practice. We have designed the course to advance your skills, especially in complex multi-disciplinary dental problems such as tooth wear, complex aesthetics and occlusal problems. Our course director, Professor Brian Millar, has helped many dental graduates, both nationally and internationally, to achieve their postgraduate goals, and develop their clinical skills in restorative dentistry, enabling treatment of a wider variety of patients and referring fewer patients externally. Intensive face-to-face training blocks Delivered primarily online, the course also provides blocks of intensive teaching and practical training in London or Dubai over the first three years. Our expert tutors will give you guidance on complex dental procedures at specialist teaching centres. When you apply for the course, you will be able to opt to attend either at LonDEC in London or at the 3M Innovation Center in Dubai. Places at both centres are subject to availability and early application is advised to secure your preference. These blocks are an invaluable way to consolidate learning and progress to the final year. The face-to-face hands-on training for the London pathway takes place as follows: Year 1: 11 consecutive days at King's College London, Waterloo campus - LonDEC training centre. Year 2: Nine consecutive days at King's College London, Waterloo campus - LonDEC training centre. Year 3: Nine consecutive days at King's College London, Waterloo campus - LonDEC training centre. The face-to-face hands-on training for the Dubai pathway takes place as follows: Year 1: 10 consecutive days at the 3M Innovation Center, the CAPP training facility and the Dentsply Training Center, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.  Year 2: Nine consecutive days at the 3M Innovation Center, the CAPP training facility and the Dentsply Training Center, Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Year 3: Nine consecutive days at the 3M Innovation Center, the CAPP training facility and the Dentsply Training Center, Dubai, United Arab Emirates The stated locations are set as long as the student follows a linear path without interruptions in study. If a student defers a year of study, they would be unable to continue in Dubai for the face-to-face component. In this circumstance, a student could apply to attend the face-to face component in the UK (pending visa approval) or exit the course with an appropriate exit award. Students are required to have access to adequate clinical facilities and to patients requiring treatment relevant to the subject area.

Base campus

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Waterloo Campus

Waterloo campus is home of the Florence Nightingale Faculty of Nursing & Midwifery and facilities for other faculties

Regulating bodies

King's is regulated by the Office for Students

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Teaching methods - what to expect

We will use a delivery method that will ensure students have a rich, exciting experience from the start. Face to face teaching will be complemented and supported with innovative technology so that students also experience elements of digital learning and assessment.

You will be taught mostly online through King’s E-learning and Teaching Service (KEATS) which provides information, interactive questions, assignments, use of bibliographic databases and reading material. Our students participate in online tutorials and discussion groups, interacting with expert tutors and their fellow students. Face-to-face lectures and hands-on training take place in blocks in the first three years. Students are required to undertake and build a reflective log of clinical work in their own general practice.

Clinical support for FRP students is provided through:

  • clinical case discussion for diagnosis and treatment planning
  • comprehensive tutor feedback on clinical work completed in practice
  • case discussion opportunities during the face to face teaching blocks
  • tutor guided online seminars for case discussion and treatment planning.

Please note - While advice regarding patient treatment is given by our experienced clinical team, the clinical responsibility for patient treatment remains with the clinician providing the treatment.

The following table will give you an idea of what a typical year might look like as you progress through your studies. Typically, one credit equates to 10 hours of work.

  Online lectures, seminars
and tutor feedback (hours)
Self-study, practice and
assignments (hours)
Face-to-face training and
lectures (hours)
Year 1 15-25 400 - 500 60
Year 2 15-25 400 - 500 54
Year 3 10-15 400 - 500 54
Year 4 5-15 400 - 500 -

 

Assessment

    Each module will normally be assessed through a combination of exams and assignments with the exception of the Clinical module which is assessed through portfolios of case work, and the Research module which will be assessed by a dissertation.

    You can take your exams in London or, for overseas students, at centres in your country of residence.

    Structure

    Required modules

    Year 1

    Introduction to Fixed & Removable Prosthodontics (30 credits)
    Treatment Planning & Preparation of the Mouth (30 credits)
    Complete Dentures (30 credits)
    Face-to-face training block

    Year 2

    Fixed Prosthodontics (30 credits)
    Aetiology & Management of Tooth Wear (30 credits)
    Biomaterials Science (30 credits)
    Face-to-face training block

    Year 3

    Advanced Prosthodontics (30 credits)
    Prosthodontic Care for Medically/Clinically Compromised Patients & Elderly People (30 credits)
    Statistics & Epidemiology (30 credits)
    Face-to-face training block

    Year 4

    Clinical (30 credits)
    Research Project (60 credits)

    King’s College London reviews the modules offered on a regular basis to provide up-to-date, innovative and relevant programmes of study. Therefore, modules offered may change. We suggest you keep an eye on the course finder on our website for updates.

    Please note that modules with a practical component will be capped due to educational requirements, which may mean that we cannot guarantee a place to all students who elect to study this module.

    Employability

    Our graduates have continued in general practice, offering a higher standard of clinical care with increased confidence and ability. Many have used the course to gain the confidence to enter independent practice, and some have gone on to teaching posts in universities.

    Tuition Fees

    UK:

    Full time: Part time tuition fees apply - see below

    Part time: £13,380 per year (2021/22)

    International:

    Full time: Part time tuition fees apply - see below

    Part time: £13,380 per year (2021/22)

    These tuition fees may be subject to additional increases in subsequent years of study, in line with King’s terms and conditions.

    Deposit

    When you receive an offer for this course you will be required to pay a non-refundable deposit of £1,000 to secure your place. The deposit will be credited towards your total fee payment.

    • If you receive an offer before 31st May, payment is due by 30th June 2021. 
    • If you receive an offer between 1st June and 30th August, payment is due within one month of receiving the offer. 
    • If you receive an offer between 1st September and 31st October, payment is due within two weeks of receiving the offer. 
    • If you receive an offer on or after 1st November, payment is due within one week of receiving the offer.
    • If you receive an offer in December, payment is due within 2 days of receiving the offer

    If you are a current King’s student in receipt of the King's Living Bursary you are not required to pay a deposit to secure your place on the programme. Please note, this will not change the total fees payable for your chosen programme.

     

    Additional Costs

    In addition to your tuition costs, you can also expect to pay for:

    • Travel, accommodation and subsistence for the face-to-face training blocks in London or Dubai during years 1 , 2 and 3
    • Internet access
    • Computer equipment detailed above
    • Photography equipment (to be discussed further at enrolment)
    • A digital camera with a macro lens and ring flash
    • SD card 
    • Retractors and mirrors
    • A digital camcorder (does not need to be HD)
    • Photo editing software
    • Books if you choose to buy your own copies 
    • Library fees and fine
    • Personal photocopies
    • Printing course materials
    • Society membership fees
    • Conference attendance (optional)
    • Stationery
    • Binding for logbooks/dissertations
    • Blank cds/usb sticks for submitting clinical cases
    • Postage for mailing assignments/clinical work to London
    • Examination fees (if not taken at venue in London)
    • Graduation costs

    Students will also be expected to bear any costs relating to providing clinical treatment for the clinical cases required for the course. Access to reasonable and compliant equipment and materials will be expected.

    Funding

    This course will develop your clinical skills in restorative dentistry, enabling you to treat the variety of patients that visit your practice. We have designed the course to advance your skills, especially in complex multi-disciplinary dental problems such as tooth wear, complex aesthetics and occlusal problems. Our course director, Professor Brian Millar, has helped many dental graduates, both nationally and internationally, to achieve their postgraduate goals, and develop their clinical skills in restorative dentistry, enabling treatment of a wider variety of patients and referring fewer patients externally. Intensive face-to-face training blocks Delivered primarily online, the course also provides blocks of intensive teaching and practical training in London or Dubai over the first three years. Our expert tutors will give you guidance on complex dental procedures at specialist teaching centres. When you apply for the course, you will be able to opt to attend either at LonDEC in London or at the 3M Innovation Center in Dubai. Places at both centres are subject to availability and early application is advised to secure your preference. These blocks are an invaluable way to consolidate learning and progress to the final year. The face-to-face hands-on training for the London pathway takes place as follows: Year 1: 11 consecutive days at King's College London, Waterloo campus - LonDEC training centre. Year 2: Nine consecutive days at King's College London, Waterloo campus - LonDEC training centre. Year 3: Nine consecutive days at King's College London, Waterloo campus - LonDEC training centre. The face-to-face hands-on training for the Dubai pathway takes place as follows: Year 1: 10 consecutive days at the 3M Innovation Center, the CAPP training facility and the Dentsply Training Center, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.  Year 2: Nine consecutive days at the 3M Innovation Center, the CAPP training facility and the Dentsply Training Center, Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Year 3: Nine consecutive days at the 3M Innovation Center, the CAPP training facility and the Dentsply Training Center, Dubai, United Arab Emirates The stated locations are set as long as the student follows a linear path without interruptions in study. If a student defers a year of study, they would be unable to continue in Dubai for the face-to-face component. In this circumstance, a student could apply to attend the face-to face component in the UK (pending visa approval) or exit the course with an appropriate exit award. Students are required to have access to adequate clinical facilities and to patients requiring treatment relevant to the subject area.

    Base campus

    waterloo-banner
    Waterloo Campus

    Waterloo campus is home of the Florence Nightingale Faculty of Nursing & Midwifery and facilities for other faculties

    Regulating bodies

    King's is regulated by the Office for Students

    Loading...

    Teaching methods - what to expect

    We will use a delivery method that will ensure students have a rich, exciting experience from the start. Face to face teaching will be complemented and supported with innovative technology so that students also experience elements of digital learning and assessment.

    You will be taught mostly online through King’s E-learning and Teaching Service (KEATS) which provides information, interactive questions, assignments, use of bibliographic databases and reading material. Our students participate in online tutorials and discussion groups, interacting with expert tutors and their fellow students. Face-to-face lectures and hands-on training take place in blocks in the first three years. Students are required to undertake and build a reflective log of clinical work in their own general practice.

    Clinical support for FRP students is provided through:

    • clinical case discussion for diagnosis and treatment planning
    • comprehensive tutor feedback on clinical work completed in practice
    • case discussion opportunities during the face to face teaching blocks
    • tutor guided online seminars for case discussion and treatment planning.

    Please note - While advice regarding patient treatment is given by our experienced clinical team, the clinical responsibility for patient treatment remains with the clinician providing the treatment.

    The following table will give you an idea of what a typical year might look like as you progress through your studies. Typically, one credit equates to 10 hours of work.

      Online lectures, seminars
    and tutor feedback (hours)
    Self-study, practice and
    assignments (hours)
    Face-to-face training and
    lectures (hours)
    Year 1 15-25 400 - 500 60
    Year 2 15-25 400 - 500 54
    Year 3 10-15 400 - 500 54
    Year 4 5-15 400 - 500 -

     

    Assessment

      Each module will normally be assessed through a combination of exams and assignments with the exception of the Clinical module which is assessed through portfolios of case work, and the Research module which will be assessed by a dissertation.

      You can take your exams in London or, for overseas students, at centres in your country of residence.

      Structure

      Required modules

      Year 1

      Introduction to Fixed & Removable Prosthodontics (30 credits)
      Treatment Planning & Preparation of the Mouth (30 credits)
      Complete Dentures (30 credits)
      Face-to-face training block

      Year 2

      Fixed Prosthodontics (30 credits)
      Aetiology & Management of Tooth Wear (30 credits)
      Biomaterials Science (30 credits)
      Face-to-face training block

      Year 3

      Advanced Prosthodontics (30 credits)
      Prosthodontic Care for Medically/Clinically Compromised Patients & Elderly People (30 credits)
      Statistics & Epidemiology (30 credits)
      Face-to-face training block

      Year 4

      Clinical (30 credits)
      Research Project (60 credits)

      King’s College London reviews the modules offered on a regular basis to provide up-to-date, innovative and relevant programmes of study. Therefore, modules offered may change. We suggest you keep an eye on the course finder on our website for updates.

      Please note that modules with a practical component will be capped due to educational requirements, which may mean that we cannot guarantee a place to all students who elect to study this module.

      Employability

      Our graduates have continued in general practice, offering a higher standard of clinical care with increased confidence and ability. Many have used the course to gain the confidence to enter independent practice, and some have gone on to teaching posts in universities.

      Tuition Fees

      UK:

      Full time: Part time tuition fees apply - see below

      Part time: £13,380 per year (2021/22)

      International:

      Full time: Part time tuition fees apply - see below

      Part time: £13,380 per year (2021/22)

      These tuition fees may be subject to additional increases in subsequent years of study, in line with King’s terms and conditions.

      Deposit

      When you receive an offer for this course you will be required to pay a non-refundable deposit of £1,000 to secure your place. The deposit will be credited towards your total fee payment.

      • If you receive an offer before 31st May, payment is due by 30th June 2021. 
      • If you receive an offer between 1st June and 30th August, payment is due within one month of receiving the offer. 
      • If you receive an offer between 1st September and 31st October, payment is due within two weeks of receiving the offer. 
      • If you receive an offer on or after 1st November, payment is due within one week of receiving the offer.
      • If you receive an offer in December, payment is due within 2 days of receiving the offer

      If you are a current King’s student in receipt of the King's Living Bursary you are not required to pay a deposit to secure your place on the programme. Please note, this will not change the total fees payable for your chosen programme.

       

      Additional Costs

      In addition to your tuition costs, you can also expect to pay for:

      • Travel, accommodation and subsistence for the face-to-face training blocks in London or Dubai during years 1 , 2 and 3
      • Internet access
      • Computer equipment detailed above
      • Photography equipment (to be discussed further at enrolment)
      • A digital camera with a macro lens and ring flash
      • SD card 
      • Retractors and mirrors
      • A digital camcorder (does not need to be HD)
      • Photo editing software
      • Books if you choose to buy your own copies 
      • Library fees and fine
      • Personal photocopies
      • Printing course materials
      • Society membership fees
      • Conference attendance (optional)
      • Stationery
      • Binding for logbooks/dissertations
      • Blank cds/usb sticks for submitting clinical cases
      • Postage for mailing assignments/clinical work to London
      • Examination fees (if not taken at venue in London)
      • Graduation costs

      Students will also be expected to bear any costs relating to providing clinical treatment for the clinical cases required for the course. Access to reasonable and compliant equipment and materials will be expected.

      Funding

      Application closing date guidance

      Our first application deadline is the 25th October 2021. After this date, the programme will remain open only if places are still available and will be closed as soon as it is full. Where the programme remains open beyond this date, no further applications will be accepted after 22nd November 2021.

      We recommend that you submit your application as soon as possible, particularly if your application may result in a conditional offer. Any conditions must be met by the deadline set in the offer letter.

      Please note, you will not be eligible for an application fee refund if you apply after the first application deadline in October and we are unable to process more offers as places are filled before the final application deadline above.

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