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CPD Approx.1:00 Hours

P246 Domiciliary Denture Provision - A Clinical Dental Technicians Approach Part 2

Speakers: Caroline Persaud Mike BrindleProf. Bill Sharpling FCGDent

  • About This Course

The second of a two-part recorded webinar series in collaboration with the College of General Dentistry, presented by Caroline Persaud and Mike Brindle, aims to explore the benefits that Clinical Dental Technicians can provide with Domiciliary Denture Care.

In this recorded webinar the speakers explore some of the more practical components involved in delivering domiciliary denture provision. The presentation focuses on the equipment required, and the clinical techniques that can be used, to treat patients in residential settings.

Domiciliary care can be psychologically demanding. Tips about the qualities required by a Dental Professional, to gain a patients’ trust and confidence to ensure that you will be patient, professional and provide the best denture care to suit their needs, are provided. An overview of an ongoing pilot programme, that involves a Clinical Dental Technician working within the NHS system to provide denture care within the Lancashire & South Cumbria Financial Healthcare Trust, is shared.


This course aims to provide learners with knowledge and understanding of the equipment involved and the clinical techniques that can be implented in the provision of domiciliary denture care.


During this course learners will be able to:

  • Provide information about the practical aspects of providing domiciliary denture care.
  • Understand how to build a rapport with patients to provide the best level of care.

Learning Outcomes

After completing this course the learner will gain an understanding of:

  • The equipment involved in the provision of domiciliary care.
  • The clinical techniques that can be implented during treatment.

GDC Development Outcomes

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