Becoming a dental nurse
in London.

The 4 Stages to become a Dental Nurse in London or any parts of the United Kingdom (UK)

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How to become a Dental Nurse in London?

What you will need to know about before starting a career as a Dental Nurse in the London or any part in the UK?  These information might become useful for people who are always looking for a tips and answers about how and where to start a dental career.

The 4 steps to become a dental nurse:

  1. Course
  2. Training
  3. Degree Completion
  4. Registered Dental Nurse

Who are dental nurse?

Dental Nurse is a demanded job in the London, United Kingdom with a better wage rate, excellent earning and other benefits. A dental nurse is a vital part of the any dental squad, who is responsible to help and make ensure that the patient is well cared for in a dental practice. Anyone who wants to become a dental nurse, it is very important to have the traits of a well qualified and successful dental nurse and needs to be friendly, calm and effective with utmost a welcoming manner. 

Dental Nurse have works closely with the dentist, providing assistance throughout a patient’s visit. Assisting the dentist encompasses a wide range of procedures from preparing the various materials required and ensuring the proper instruments and equipment are available, to cleaning and sterilising the used instruments. Additional duties may include helping the dentist to record information about the patient’s oral health, processing dental radiographs and stock control.

In general dental practice, a dental nurse’s duties may also including helping at reception – making appointments, getting involved in the administration of the practice and collecting money. The roles that are undertaken vary depending upon the individual practice and interests of the nurse.

Where do they work?

Overall, a Dental Nurse work in a general dental practice, within a hospital or even in the armed forces, but your typical responsibilities will include:

  • Setting up and sterilising equipment in the surgery ready for each patient
  • Ensuring the Dentist has everything they need to hand during the course of the appointment
  • Reassuring patients
  • Recording information about each case

Getting qualification and training

Getting Qualification and Training.

First, to study dental nursing course, you need to be living in the UK with a valid visa so that you can practice dental nursing as a trainee dental nurse in the UK during your course and training. Among the many course awarding bodies, NEBDN is one of them which is regularly offering updated and effective GDC approved diploma in dental nursing. Normally, these course or diploma duration is of about 12 months with blended form of learning. This means that students will be able to learn this course either at college or at their comfort home.

You can either train as a Dental Nurse on the job by applying to a practice yourself, or you can adopt classroom study by taking the National Diploma in Dental Nursing Course.

NEBDN National Diploma in Dental Nursing detailed information at Forward Academic Team:

  • Fee: £2000
  • Payment Option: £2000 One Time or £125 Per Month – Monthly Fee Plan (£500 initial deposit)
  • Study Method: Blended Learning (In-person as well as Online)
  • Duration: 12 Months (NEBDN)
  • Certification: NEBDN Level 3 Diploma in Dental Nursing
  • Assessment Method: Exams

Who is this course for?

For people who want a career in the Dental Industry.

Requirements.

No Qualifications are required, students just need to be eligible to work in the UK.

What's next?

After the student is enrolled to a course, it is the requirement of the course that students needs to work as a trainee dental nurse to complete the Record of Experience (ROE) including with exam to complete the course and gets qualified. NEBDN National Diploma in Dental Nursing require students to face the Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) exam in order to complete the course. The whole exam is composed of two parts. The first part consists of a written paper containing a mixture of Single Best Answer questions in the form of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) and Extended Matching Questions (EMQs). The second part of the examination consists of an Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) which is designed to assess the candidate’s clinical skills and competencies.

Why to choose Forward Academic Team?

How you can become a Dental Nurse with level 3 diploma in dental nursing at Forward Academic Team – Dental Nursing College in London?

  • Earn whilst you learn by studying in conjunction with working in a Dental Practice on either a Full or Part Time Basis.
  • Online learning system to study from comfort of your own home.
  • Need to work minimum 14 hours per week in a practice.
  • Full support from your personal Tutor.
  • Dedicated students jobs and placement support desk.
  • Final Exams at the end of the course.

Progression courses

Completion of this qualification can help you to progress within dental nursing, enabling completion of Post-Registration courses such as:

  • Radiography
  • Oral Health Education
  • Sedation Nursing
  • Implant Nursing
  • Orthodontic Nursing
  • Fluoride Application
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