Aesthetic and Restorative Dentistry

General Information

The diploma is available to general dental practitioners, providing a formal approach to case selection and treatment planning. It is designed to develop knowledge and skills of clinical procedures for which there is biological and clinical research and outcome studies to support their use.

Courses are associated with formal assessment procedures. A minimal pass standard is required for each component of the program.

Assessment includes:

  • Mentor feedback on treated cases
  • Case presentations during the block program
  • 10 day residency
  • Written examinations
  • The Graduate Diploma prioritises sound understanding and execution of diagnosis and treatment planning and requires 4 completed cases. 

Candidates are encouraged to read widely from current scientific literature. The assignments follow a similar style of writing and required critical appraisal of the literature.

  • Failure of the candidate to complete all requirements may incur penalties.
  • During the course, a candidate who does not complete the requirements may have to enrol in further semesters of tuition, and as a result, would be required to pay further fees.  A candidate may defer before the completion of a coursework block, but work done during the deferred period will not contribute to coursework requirements.

Competencies

The following competencies are expected to be learnt at the completion of the diploma

  • Clinical management of cosmetic dentistry
  • Management and leadership skills
  • Communication delivery to patients and team-members
  • Professionalism and ethics

Particular emphasis should be placed on:

  •  Diagnosis and treatment planning,
  •  Evidence-based practice
  •  Research methodology so that graduates will be able to critically evaluate the scientific literature

Modules

  • Record taking
  • Shade selection
  • Adhesive Dentistry
  • Isolation and Haemostatis
  • Periodontal Principles in Aesthetic Dentistry
  • Indirect Restorations
  • Ceramics
  • Direct Aesthetics Restorations – Anterior
  • Direct Aesthetic Restorations – Posterior
  • Tooth Wear
  • Aligner Orthodontics
  • Teeth Whitening
  • Aesthetic Tooth Replacement
  • Occlusion and use of Stabilisation Splints

Residency Dates

January Intake: 20/01/2021-24/01/2021 & 18/08/2021-22/08/2021 – FULL

July Intake: 07/07/2021-11/07/2021 & 09/02/2022-13/02/2022 – FULL

Third Intake: TBA

Tuition Fee $21,900.00 + GST

Fees: If you are accepted into the Diploma we require an enrollment fee of $1,500.00 with the remainder required one month prior to the commencement of program.

Specialist finance available through Credabl.

For more information email education@theacdp.com

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