Four Day Hybrid Orthotropic- Orthodontic Course

What topics are covered by the course?

The programs are limited to a small number of students. Such intensive high quality teaching is only possible to a small group in order that a great deal of training can be gained in such a short period. We encourage feedback and questions at all times to gauge the response and understanding of the students encouraging a continual seminar like environment that is only possible with small numbers. Learning and teaching is via lectures, case-based discussion, and clinical observation. In addition the students will have access to our on-line learning suite, with pre-recorded modules and interactive online treatment support interface.

Who should attend?

A recognised dental qualification and two years general dental experience is an advantage.
International students coming to study at this level will need to speak English at an “upper intermediate” (B2) level.

What will I be able to do on completion?

On completion of the programme the graduate should:

• Demonstrate the skills to communicate the orthotropics concept and required commitment to the parents of a potential parent, answering difficult questions.
• Attain an ability in the Hybrid orthotropic method.
• Improve their motivational skills
• Identify and correct problems in treatment

How will I be assessed?

Throughout the course constant informal feedback will be sort to guide the progress of the candidates. In addition to this, some formal examinations will be undertaken to gauge the level of individual understanding and inform the students for their progress.

This course meets all of the British General Dental Council educational and verifiable CPD criteria.

To register for this course, contact Sue Lloyd, Secretary via email

Guide Price: £1300

Delivery: Classroom
Category: Health & Medical »
Duration: 4 days
Qualification: certificate of completion of specialist clinical and practical training in Orthotropics

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