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NEBDN Certificate in Dental Implant Nursing

Course Benefits

Enrol Now for 11th May 2024

18 hours over six months, 10am to 1pm Saturday afternoon – Live interactive and online

Benefits of Taking this Course

Furthering your education and gaining more knowledge will always have huge benefits to you personally and professionally. A few of these are listed below.

Your new knowledge will help you understand the following:

  • The information patients need to know regarding dental implants and how to explain this in a way they understand
  • The relevance of a patient’s general health in dental implants
  • The instruments involved in dental implant procedures and how to set up
  • Legal and ethical issues relevant to this area of dentistry
  • What it means to have a sterile setup and why this is important
  • The names of the equipment required for dental implant treatment
  • All the stages involved in dental implant treatment
  • The various reasons why a patient may need a dental implant
  • How a dental implant can be a life-changing treatment

Your new skills will help you:

The knowledge and skills you gain will help you expand on the tasks you are able to carry out, allow you to support your team within the practice and interact more with your patient:

  • Prepare the room for dental implant surgery, including a sterile setup
  • Set up all needed equipment, checking all is working and ready for treatment
  • Carry out effective dental implant nursing during procedures
  • Support the patient before, during and after treatment
  • Explain what is involved in having a dental implant and all the stages of the treatment

Your Career

Following completion of your Dental Implant Nursing qualification, you may be able to further your career in the following ways:

  • Expand your skills and responsibility within your practice
  • Become a dental implant treatment coordinator
  • Assist with very advanced surgical, dental procedures
  • Work in a practice that provides dental implants and other dental treatments involving surgery

The Benefits of Studying with SmileWisdom

At SmileWisdom we pride ourselves on the support and guidance we can offer to our students and delegates. We are:

  • Student-focused with small classes providing personal attention
  • Able to run courses and events at “work friendly” times meaning less time off work
  • Run by dental professionals for dental professionals
  • Able to offer flexible course payment plans
  • Passionate tutors with real-life dental experience who students can relate to
  • Teaching postgraduate courses live online so you can learn with us from anywhere in the UK
  • Proud to have a team of qualified and registered dental tutors, most of whom are also examiners
  • Outstanding customer service as evidenced by our winning Customer Service Provider of the Year at the Dental Industry Awards.

Apply Now

Apply online today! If you have any questions, please contact our friendly team at training@smilewisdom.co.uk or call 020 7205 2299.

To enrol on the course, you will need to:

  • Be a registered dental nurse with the General Dental Council (GDC)
  • Be legally allowed to work in the UK
  • Have a supportive employer to supervise your electronic Records of Competence (RoC) completion
  • Have a valid First Aid/Basic Life Support (BLS) certificate of completion
  • Be competent in written and spoken English to be able to communicate effectively with patients, their families and dental and healthcare professionals.
  • Be self-motivated

Key Information

Course: Dental Implant Nursing
Qualification: NEBDN Certificate in Dental Implant Nursing
Level: Equivalent to level 4
Start Date: 11th May 2024
Duration: 6 months
Number of Hours: 18
Day: One Saturday every 4 weeks, 10am – 1pm.
Where: Live online* with your tutor teaching all your classes
Target Exam: March 2025
Price (incl. VAT): £900
Exam Fee: £205
Total (incl. VAT): £1105
Payment Options: Monthly instalments or full payment as preferred
Tutor: Ewa Assaker, MD Dip DN PTLLS CTTLS
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