CPD Resources

In order to provide Continuing Professional Development (CPD) for practictioners, we have published a series of online lectures that can be accessed below for a small fee. All income will be re-invested in creating new CPD resources for this website.

They cover a range of topics and are presented by world-renowned specialists.

Once the lecture is finished you will be asked to complete a short online questionnaire on its contents. A certificate is then generated which you can download and include as evidence in your annual CPD return.

Trigeminal Nerve Injuries In Relation To Restorative Dentistry

Professor Tara Renton and Professor John Zuniga

Course Fee: £20

 

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Burning Mouth Syndrome Diagnosis

Course Fee: £20

 

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Differential Diagnosis of Pain

Course Fee: £20

 

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Endodontist Neuropathic Pain and Differential Diagnosis

Course Fee: £20

 

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Evolution of Chronic Neuropathic Pain in the Trigeminal System – Causes and Outcomes

Course Fee: £20

 

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Its Not Numb It’s Painful Implant Nerve Injuries

Course Fee: £20

 

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Learning From Patients Wounds – Minimising and Managing Nerve Injuries In Relation To Dentistry

Course Fee: £20

 

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The Trials and Tribulations of Local Anaesthesia

Course Fee: £20

 

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Neuropathic Pain and how to prevent it in relation to dentistry

Course Fee: £20

 

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Refractory Orofacial Pain

Course Fee: £20

 

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Predictors for Chronic Pain

Course Fee: £20

 

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Neuropathic Pain & Trigeminal Neuralgia

Course Fee: £20

 

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Surgical Challenges of an Ageing Population

Course Fee: £20

 

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Take your Blinkers Off! Evolving your Pain Practice

Course Fee: £20

 

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Risk Assessment of Third Molar Surgery Related Trigeminal Nerve Injuries

Course Fee: £20

 

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