The IAS Advanced course is a comprehensive orthodontic course aimed to train dentists how to treat more complex malocclusions including extraction cases. Advanced training counts as preparation for the College of General Dentistry's (CGDent's) Diploma in Primary Care Orthodontics (DipPCOrth) qualification
. The course covers all appliance systems - fixed functional, aligners, lingual and Inman, covering both the theory and practical aspects of orthodontic care. The course extends over 14 months as 10 modules, delivered in 5 blocks about 3 months apart. During the course you will discuss multiple new cases, participate in on-line webinars, hands-on practicals and will be mentored one-to-one for 20 treated cases by specialists.
This course is recommended for dentists who are treating a minimum of 10 orthodontic cases per annum and are familiar with use of fixed appliances. This is to ensure that you have enough case-flow and experience.
Please note when joining the programme, you will have treated to completion at least 10 fixed cases. You will be granted access to the IAS Assessment, Diagnosis and Records online course which you are expected to complete by the time you commence the IAS Advanced course.
You also have the option to attend the IAS Fixed Brace course. Please contact us directly should you wish to complete this.