The two-year full-time masters programme is integrated into a three-year clinical programme, with a strong emphasis on close chairside support.
You will undertake the MClinDent examination (University of London) at the end of your second year and the Royal College of Surgeons Membership (MOrth) examination during the third year.
This programme will:
- Allow you to develop critical appraisal skills in relation to published literature and undertake a research project, under supervision
- Enable you to understand the biomechanical principles of tooth movement
- Enable you to understand the development, growth and influence of the skeletal and soft tissues on the dentition
- Allow you to develop an understanding of the importance of materials science in orthodontics
- Teach you how to formulate a diagnosis of malocclusion and an appropriate treatment plan
- Let you apply the theory and practice of clinical orthodontics to treat a variety of malocclusions.