You will have access to a comprehensive range of dental materials and be given on-going support and advice throughout the course. The College will support you in finding a placement.



Working as a Dental Nurse in the UK


Dental Nurses are dental care professionals and work as part of the dental team.
A dental nurse supports the dentist in all aspects of patient care, this includes getting the appropriate instruments ready, mixing materials and ensuring patient comfort. They will also take notes from dentists dictation for records and once the patient has left, the dental nurse tidies the surgery and sterilises all of the instruments.

In general practice, sometimes the dental nurse may help with reception work - making appointments, taking payments, dealing with paperwork and meeting and reassuring patients.

Dental nurses can be employed in general practice, hospitals or the community dental services and can also train as a dental nurse in the armed forces.\


Skills and Qualities required for Dental Nursing

Be genuinely interested in the welfare of your patients and have a friendly and sympathetic disposition
Have a high level of manual dexterity, good eyesight and physical health.


Working Environment:

Dental nurses generally work 9am - 5pm, Monday to Friday. Unsocial hours may be required to accommodate patients' needs. Part-time work is also possible. 

Dental nurses work in the NHS, private practice, community dental services, hospitals, industry, universities or the Armed Forces. Travel may be involved when working in certain branches.

Dental surgeries are clean, sterile and well-lit. A dental nurse wears a uniform and surgical gloves for protection. Safety glasses and a mask are also necessary to reduce the risk of cross-infection. 


Please click on the link below to watch the video about dental nurse's role in a dental practice.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1nRvGfpwEv0


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ePd414wYkew



IMPORTANT CHANGES AS OF OCTOBER 2015 – The NEBDN now require the students examination fee at the time of application for the Electronic Record of Experience, this fee is non refundable at any stage from the NEBDN once the eROE has been applied for if the nurse leaves the course, therefore can not be refunded by ourselves. 


When you study with us we offer access to trainee vacancies, help with your CV and covering letter.

Please contact us on 020 30164 586  mobile 07769320520 (Ramona)  or email us at info@dentalpremiertraining.co.uk 

Among the many things we offer are :

Full OSCE preparation by qualified OSCE examiners 
Excellent student support from your initial inquiry/application to examination completion and beyond Access to any trainee positions we have 
Tutors who hold teaching qualifications, and are NEBDN Examiners and have a solid background in dentistry
We actively market to hundreds of dental practices to try to secure trainee positions 
Help with your CV and covering letter Payment plans with cash back offer
Extensive e-ROE tuition and guidance


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Diploma In Dental Nursing Course 


At Dental Premier you will be taught by highly experienced tutors who will give you both the theoretical and practical knowledge which meet the requirements of the NEBDN (National Examining Board for Dental Nurses) curriculum. We also provide examination preparation in revision sessions held closer to the exam date.



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Dental Premier Training College
Congress House , 14 Lyon Road, 4th Floor, Suite 10; Harrow; UK; HA1 2EN; GB;
Phone: 07769320520; Website: http://www.dentalpremiertraining.co.uk/