Oral Health
Education Course

Dental Arch- a fully accredited college providing Post graduation in Oral Health Education.

Our Oral Health Education Course is a very useful study, which will take students 8 months to fully complete. GDC (General Dental Council) registered Dentists will be able to improve and expand their dental ability. 

Students who take part in this dental hygiene course will be able to help prevent oral disease with patients, by concentrating on oral health promotion. The oral health course will cover topics in accordance with the NEBDN (National Examining Board for Dental Nurses) curriculum.

Our courses are online with full virtual classes on Microsoft teams. It cost the learner £500 to take part in, as well as the exam fee itself. 

All of our courses will be led by experienced, fully qualified, and skilled dental care professionals. Apply online today using our online application form, or feel free to give us a call on 07577 437748.

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Why take part in our Oral Health Education Course?

Whether you’re just qualified or you’re looking to expand your dental capability, taking part in our Oral Health Education Course is the perfect next step for you. This qualification will aid you to learn the required communication skills to educate your patients on their oral health. 

The certificate you earn after passing the Oral Health Education Course is a widely recognized qualification and can open you up to numerous opportunities. Taking this course is absolutely essential for those nurses who wish to become dental health educators. 

Going down this path allows you to promote good oral health care and work with patients to prevent oral diseases. If you are wanting to go on to take a Hygiene/Therapy course, sitting this class first can benefit you greatly and can help to improve your Dental portfolio.

Location Dates in 2022 Cost
Online virtual classes on Microsoft teams for 8 months intake in Jan and July each year.
£ 500 + Exam fee
Duration of course – 8 months
Classes are held online on every First Saturday of the month from 2:00 pm

Eligibility Criteria

  • Qualified registered dental nurse with the General Dental Council
  • Have the support of their employing dentist to act as supervisor and validate the workplace activities for the Record of Experience.
  • Be registered with an approved training provider.

Examination Dates

The examination, which assesses underpinning knowledge and understanding, takes place in the month of March and September each year and is held in our centre in Winchester and in Birmingham.

If you would like to partake in the oral health education course, or any other dental nurse post-qualification courses, then get in touch today.


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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, unsurprisingly bad oral health can lead to numerous other problems in life, even including heart disease. 

If you develop periodontitis, also known as gum disease, you are risking a very nasty bacterial infection in your bloodstream, this can cause many problems for you, mainly affecting your heart’s valves, which can lead to heart disease. 

This is just one of the ways that bad oral health can lead to even worse diseases.

Maintaining good oral health is an incredibly important aspect of life. If you don’t brush your teeth regularly you are at risk of developing many different oral diseases, including things like cavities, gingivitis, periodontal disease, bruxism-related conditions, cracked tooth syndrome, and plenty of other horrible problems. 

These issues can also cause diseases in other parts of your body and even turn into cancers.

Maintaining good oral health is absolutely vital to safe pregnancy. Poor oral health or gum disease can lead to premature delivery and low birth weight. This is dangerous for a child and can increase the risk of brain injury in your baby. 

Other oral infections which trigger the production of pro-inflammatory mediators have even been linked to miscarriages.

Yes, poor oral health can actually affect fertility in both sexes. For men, things like tooth decay and gum disease have been linked to poor sperm health and quality. 

For females, poor oral health has the potential to increase the time it takes a woman to conceive by up to 2 months in some cases. 

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