MSc in Advanced Dental Implantology
The Master of Science degree in Advanced Dental Implantology is a Level 7 postgraduate qualification awarded by Aston University, Birmingham, United Kingdom.
The qualification is aligned with the United Kingdom's Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF), permitting use of the postnominals MSc (Dent Imp)
Two pathways are available: the Beginner Pathway* and the Experienced Practitioner Pathway**
The MSc is completed via a 2 year (part time) blended learning pathway. The first year of the pathway (part 1) is delivered by the Academy. The second year of the pathway (part 2) is delivered by the Academy in collaboration with Aston University.
Patients are provided for the delegates on the Beginner Pathway
PART 1 - 12 MONTHS
DELIVERED BY THE CAMRIDGE ACADEMY OF DENTAL IMPLANTOLOGY
ACCREDITED BY EDUQUAL
TERM 1 (September - December)
Start date: 19th September 2022
Module 1: Patient Assessment, Diagnosis & Treatment Planning (online delivery). 15 credits
Module 2: Preclinical Practical Skills Week (5 day contact class in Cambridge). 15 credits
Module 3: Implant Prosthodontics and Occlusion (online delivery). 15 credits
TERM 2 (January - March)
Module 4. Basic Sciences Related to Implant Dentistry (online delivery). 15 credits
Module 5: Evidence Based Dentistry (online delivery). 15 credits
Module 6: Beginner Pathway: Provided Clinical Cases with various dates *. 15 credits
For Module 6, those on the Experienced Practitioner Pathway submit 6 Case Reports of treament that has been provided to their own patients.
PART 2 - 12 MONTHS
DELIVERED IN COLLABORATION WITH ASTON UNIVERSITY
Starts September each year
Module 1: Research Skills (online delivery plus 3 contact classes). 30 credits
Module 2: Research project and dissertation. 60 credits
* The Beginner Pathway with Provided Patients is only available to UK dentists. International dentists must be on the Experienced Practitioner Pathway
** The Experienced Practitioner Pathway only available to experienced implant dentists, who have independently treated a minimum of 20 full implant cases and have at least 2 years experience in dental implantology. This option is available to experienced implant dentists in the UK and internationally. On this pathway, case reports must be submitted for 6 implant cases before the last day of Year 1 (30 June 2024). Delegates accepted on the Experienced Practitioner Pathway will be exempt from Module 2 (Preclinical Practical Skills Week) in Part 1.
The exit qualification of PGDip in Implant Dentistry is awarded if a delegate reaches a pass grade (45%) in Part 1 but does not attain a grade of 60% or more to allow progression into Part 2, or if a delegate decides not to progress to Part 2. In such circumstances an exit qualification conferment fee of £1000 + VAT will apply.
A grade of 60% or more is required in all modules of the Part 1 program to allow continuation into Part 2