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  • 2 Years

...and equipment for clinical dental procedures Principles of infection control in the dental environment Provide chairside support for the assessment... More


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Horizons course in Exeter
Dental Protection
  • Course
  • Exeter
    and 5 other venues
  • 3h

...To understand the implications of the Care Quality Commission or HIW for the dental practice. To understand the importance of 'informed refusal' and the patients right not to accept their dental professionals' advice. To understand your own and others' bodylanguage and ability to recall information... Learn about: Tooth Whitening, Cosmetic Dental Surgey, Forensic Odontology... More


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  • Exeter

...workplace We believe the future of research lies in breaking down traditional barriers between academic disciplines so the bigger problems of the... More


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Similar training online and classroom-based
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  • Online
  • Different dates available

... anatomy Investigate oral health care and promote/prevent this to patients Understand variants of dental charting Learn about patient care before, during and after treatment This course will allow you to study the convenient way! You decide when and where you learn, at your own pace. Your coursework... Learn about: Nurse training, Dental Nurse, Patient Care... More


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International Institute of Management & Engineering
Diploma in Dental Technical & Hygiene - Online course
International Institute of Management & Engineering
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  • Online
  • Beginner
  • Different dates available
  • 2 Years

.... They have the training and education that focus and specialize in the prevention and treatment of oral disease. They can choose to work in a range of dental settings from independent practice, private practice, specialists practices to public sector; and can also work in residential aged care facilities.[1][2] Dental... Learn about: Dental Hygienist, Dental Hygiene... More


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