Diploma in Implant Dentistry
The examination for the Diploma in Implant Dentistry is an assessment of core knowledge and competence in the field of implant dentistry. It is intended to test a candidate’s competency at a level expected of a general practitioner with a particular interest in implant dentistry and will include aspects of minor augmentation. The Diploma is not intended to test a candidate’s competency or detailed knowledge of the more advanced procedures such as major bone grafting (block onlay grafting), sinus grafting or full arch prosthodontic rehabilitation.
Applications are invited for Examiners for the Diploma in Implant Dentistry of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (D Imp Dent RCSEd).
Applicants should have held a primary dental qualification for a period of not less than ten years and possess considerable experience in either or both the surgical and prosthodontic aspects of implant dentistry. Applicants should be either Members or Fellows in good standing of one of the Royal Colleges or be willing to affiliate with RCSEd, and consideration will also be given to applicants who possess a postgraduate qualification in implant dentistry.
Training for all examiners will be provided by the College, and all appointed examiners will be expected to contribute to the question bank and attend appropriate further training. Examiners must attend a training course and observe a diet of the examination before being permitted to examine. Successful applicants will be invited to training on approval of their application.
For further details contact:
Miss F Gibb
The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
EDINBURH EH8 9DW
Tel: +44 131 668 9224