GBB Postgraduate Diploma In Clinical Orthodontics
Are you a GDC registered dentist looking to enhance your orthodontic skills?
We are delighted to be supporting our Specialist Orthodontist, Dr Mohammed Almuzian with his Diploma in Orthodontics. As part of the GBB Group ( Glasgow Orthodontic Academy, Brite Dental and the Berkeley Clinic) We are aware of the increasing demand for Postgraduate Orthodontic courses blended heavily with clinical orthodontic training.
The GBB Group and its director Dr Mohammed Almuzian (Specialist Orthodontist, University Lecturer and International Speaker) have been involved in the provision of courses for over several years and having trained thousands of specialist registers, postgraduate students and dentists in the UK, Australia and the Middle East.
Glasgow Orthodontic Academy is collaborating with ACE in Orthodontics delivering three other Postgraduate Diploma in Orthodontics courses for the General Dental Practitioners (GDPs), two in London and one in Manchester, however, we felt that there is a high demand and need for an evidence-based Postgraduate Diploma course with strong Clinical component in which the GDPs can translate what they have learnt during the theory days and webinars directly on patients under direct supervision of Specialists Orthodontists. We strongly believe that our blended Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Orthodontics (PGDip.Clin.Orth.) will achieve this and will enable the GDPs to implement the knowledge, they will acquire safely and practically into a general practice setting. We have undertaken an extensive approval process with EduQual (a UK awarding body) who have granted our Orthodontic Diploma Level 7 status.
As a gift from the GBB group, students will be provided with starter orthodontic kit to use in their practice for FREE!
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Disclaimer: As with many postgraduate diplomas in dentistry, this PG diploma is not registerable with the GDC, but it is approved and recognised by a UK awarding body (EduQual). Graduates SHOULD NOT mislead the public into thinking that treatment is being provided by a Specialist.