Understanding and Managing Patients Who Fear Dentistry

The dental profession is aware that a “fear of dentistry” is one of the most common causes of prospective patients not seeking dental treatment. With this in mind, the UCL Eastman Dental Institute has designed a course to teach dental practitioners how to deal with these patients when they do appear at the surgery and how to develop a practice that is sympathetic to the needs of these people.

Duration

11 days, spread over 10 months

Location

UCL Eastman Dental Institute
123 Grays Inn Road
London WC1X 8WD

Course Dates

To be confirmed

Costs

£2,750

Group Size

maximum 20 participants

Number of CPD Hours

71.5 hours (6.5 hours each day)

Coordinator of Fear Programme:

Peter Fine, Senior Clinical Lecturer

More information, contact details and application form:

Visit the course webpage at www.ucl.ac.uk/eastman/cpd/courses/short-courses/fear.

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