Our Dental Impression Taking Course is a very practical program, which will take students half a day to complete. GDC (General Dental Council) registered Dentists will be able to improve and expand their dental ability. At the end of this course, learners will be formally assessed, and those who are successful will be issued with a CPD certificate on the same day for achieving the aims and objectives of the course.

Students who participate in this programme will be given a PEP (Practical Experience Portfolio) where they will keep track of their activities, which should include a range of supervised activities and experiences on different clients. Feedback should be given by a suitably qualified, registered professional, in order for any work to be valid. Students will have 3 months to fill out the portfolio and once it has been completed and assessed, the certification can officially be issued.

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Why Attend Our Dental Impression Taking Course?

Whether you’re just getting started or you’re looking to expand your dental capability, learning how to make a dental impression is the perfect next step. It is very easy to master and is an incredibly important dental practice. 

Knowing how to take Dental Impressions can open up many opportunities and act as a great gateway for learning how to fit things like braces, retainers and veneers. If you’re looking to improve your Dental portfolio this is the course for you.


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Frequently Asked Questions

A Dental Impression is a mould taken from a patient’s mouth in order to study the growth and alignment of their teeth. 

Dentists will apply a mixture to an impression tray and place it in a patient’s mouth until it solidifies (1-2 minutes.) They will then remove the tray and have an accurate impression of their patient’s teeth, which can be used to help fit things like braces and retainers. 

Yes, as long as you are registered with the General Dental Council (GDC) you are permitted to take Dental Impressions. 

It is also required that you are trained in the practise and fully competent in doing so, it is never a good idea to take a Dental Impression unless you are completely confident and trained. 

Dental Impressions are a great practice and can assist Dentists in many ways. They are used to create a replica mould of your patient’s teeth. 

This mould can then be used to help the dentist when anything needs to be fitted to the patients teeth. This can range from Dentures to Braces and Retainers.

Dental Impressions do not take long at all. Once the tray is in the patient’s mouth, it will only need to stay there for around 1-2 minutes while it sets and creates a mould of the patient’s teeth. 

While taking your impression prepare to breathe through your nose for a few minutes while the mould is setting in your mouth.

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