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Orthodontics King's College London

Department name
Dental Institute
Qualification, duration, mode
MSc 36FT
Further qualification details
The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and the Inter-Collegiate Board of the English and Glasgow Royal Surgical Colleges have approved the programme for award of the MOrth diploma after completion of specialist training.
Months of entry
Entry requirements
All applicants: a dental qualification plus at least two years' post-qualification experience. EU applicants will normally need to satisfy any additional specialist training requirements and acquire a NTN before programme commences. For UK applicants FDS, MFDS or MJDF is desirable.
Information for International Students
For students whose first language is not English please visit our website for further information.
Course description
Academic and practical teaching that covers: all aspects of orthodontics diagnosis and care including normal development; growth modification; fixed,functional and retainingapplicances and the biological principles of orthodontic tooth movement as well as multidisciplinary treatment involving orthognathic surgery and restorative dentistry. Participation in the related research programmes, including: laboratory materials investigations; clinical studies and biological investigations. Complies with the principles of Erasmus and supports the European Union directives on specialisation in orthodontics. For UK candidates, prepares you for the MOrth of one of the Royal Surgical Colleges.
UK/EEA trainees appointed as specialist registrars will receive an SpR salary for each of the three years. Others are self-funded.
Contact name
Mr Stu Bell
Contact email
Contact phone
+44 (0)20 7188 4415
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