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What our customers say..
Good refresher on general nursing and detailed information on impression material. Can’t wait to start taking impressions.
I started the Implant Dental Nursing Course with Dental Training Ltd back in June 2021, and I’ve really enjoyed the journey, in particular Aimee, my tutor, and Tracy both with as a huge support, helping me and giving me the tools to help me along the way! I haven’t studied for a post qualification for a while so getting back in to disciplined learning and deadlines seemed a very scary task! The Pebblepad tool is excellent, although for me initially I found to tricky to navigate but Aimee and Tracy were on hand to help get me going.
Pebblepad has been a great asset to me and to the course, being able to dip in and out when I was mobile was great. I found myself using it at home in the evenings, at work and even out and about at the weekends! It was very easy to use for any length of time.
I feel much more confident discussing diet and OHI with patients. The course provided good information on lots of topics not just OHI.
I thoroughly enjoyed the course and was so pleased to receive my certificate. Looking to do more courses in the future with you . Thank you once again!
I’m so over the moon that I have passed my exam!!
Thank you so much for your help and support would definitely recommend you to other nurses and I’m definitely considering doing more courses through yourself
I think you and your team are amazing! And even if I had failed I would have been saying the same!!
I found Forensic Odontology fascinating so I would be interested in doing a more in-depth course on this subject. All the core subjects are of interest to me.
A lot of information provided. I have a better understanding of advanced surgical procedures and implant components.
“Thank you so much, Tracy. You have been amazing and a great help. I am so happy to have passed”
NEBDN Radiography student
Interesting statistics. Good examples of symptoms to look out for and I love the idea of ‘was not brought’. Will use this moving forward.