In this section, you can find questions and answers to the most common queries related to the programme. In case you cannot find an answer to your question in this section, please contact us.
Where are the courses going to take place?
The location of the live surgical patient treatment will be at a University college in UAE. The location of the lectures & seminars will be in Dubai, UAE at the CAPP Training Institute.
Is this course going to be hands-on/practical/live patient treatments?
Yes. The live surgical patient treatment hands-on training (40%) conducted at a University college. Implant placement, impression, and delivery included. Patients will be provided.
Who is providing the patients for the live treatments?
What happens if I miss one module?
Both the certificate and diploma courses will be annual repetitive events. For example, if you miss Module 2 of the Certificate course, you will be able to do the same exact module in the next year and still obtain your Certificate.
Are there any other programmes offered in the Middle East?
Yes. CAPP-Tipton Dental Academy and the British Academy of Restorative Dentistry (BARD) also offer in Dubai, UAE Restorative & Aesthetic Diploma and Clinical Endodontics Diploma programmes. There are over 240 delegates completed and currently participating in the 3 Diploma programmes. In addition, CAPP in cooperation with Aachen Dental Laser Center (AALZ) and RWTH International Academy - RWTH Aachen University offer Lasers in Dentistry Mastership programme.
Registration & Payment
What are the requirements for signing up for the Certificate course?
Only fully licensed dentists will be accepted to the course. If you are still a dental student you are unfortunately not eligible for the programme due to the live patient treatments.
What is the deadline for the registration?
There are only limited seats available so whenever the courses are full, registration will be closed.
Can I sign up only for the Certificate course?
Yes. You will then obtain Certificate in Clinical Implantology from the British Academy of Dental Implantology (BADI) and British Academy of Restorative Dentistry (BARD).
Is payment in installments available?
Yes, it is. You can pay the Certificate course in 3 different installments and the Diploma course 3 different installments. Payments must be made prior to each Module. For more information go to the registration section of the website.
What is included in the price?
Lectures, hands-on training, all training materials, lunch, coffee breaks, certificates after each module. In addition, implant placement, impression and delivery included. No hidden costs.
Accreditation & CME
Is this programme accredited?
Yes, it is. By Dubai Health Authority (DHA) and DOH-Abu Dhabi (former HAAD) with regards to CME points.
How many CME credits would I obtain if I follow the courses?
All modules are 4 days long. Each day gives you est. 7 CME, meaning in one module you will obtain est. 28 CME. If you attend the Certificate course, you will attain est. 84 CME. If you attend the Certificate and Diploma, you will attain est 168 CME.
The British Academy of Dental Implantology and the British Academy of Restorative Dentistry
What is the British Academy of Dental Implantology (BADI)?
The mission of the British Academy of Dental Implantology is to advance the level of clinical knowledge and excellence through structured learning and development of dentists in the field of dental implantology whilst educating the public on the latest treatments and clinical techniques.
What is the British Academy of Restorative Dentistry (BARD)?
The mission of the Academy is to promote the improvement of the people oral health and in particular the quality of occlusion based restorative dentistry performed by promoting educational opportunities and structured learning pathways and to advance the art and science of Restorative and Aesthetic Dentistry.
BARD fulfills this mission by creating a network of like-minded dental professionals, promoting and supporting Certification, Diploma and Fellowship pathways, providing accurate information for both patients and dental professionals and creating a structured learning pathway in Restorative and Aesthetic dentistry.
Excellence Through Education. The British Academy of Restorative Dentistry’s fundamental principle is to promote education. The BARD is the only organization of it’s kind to offer a complete training pathway from membership through Certification, Diploma and onto Fellowship. It normally takes two to three years to complete all the requirements, but the rewards are well worth the effort. All members are encouraged to pursue Certification, Diploma, and Fellowship. All Restorative Dental Professionals can join the Academy. When you join the BARD, you become part of the family, a family of dedicated professionals. Members of the Academy include general and restorative dentists, periodontists, prosthodontists, aesthetic dentists, orthodontists, endodontists, cosmetic dentists, dental laboratory technicians, dental auxiliaries, dental hygienists, educators, researchers, and students. The member benefits, annual Scientific Sessions, and Local Affiliate seminars not only offer an opportunity for you to further your education, they allow you to network and socialise with other restorative dental professionals from around the world.
What is the core purpose of The British Academy of Restorative Dentistry (BARD)?
The British Academy of Restorative Dentistry (BARD) is an organisation whose core purpose is the education of dental clinicians, aiding in the improvement of Oral Health by offering them a flexible learning pathway. These pathways can lead to MRD via PG Certificate, Diploma, MSc and MClinDent and MSc (Master of Science). Members are encouraged and given the opportunity to improve their skills in all aspects of dentistry from the very basic principles to advanced treatments and concepts. Our members are not limited to just dentists, dental technicians are also part of the BARD Family.