Fellowship courses

Fellowship in fixed orthodontics

Fellowship in Restorative Dentistry

Fellowship in General Dentistry

Fellowship in clinical endoodntics

Fellowship in Cosmetic Dentistry

Fellowship in Implantology

Fellowship In Fixed Orthodontics

The Orthodontic Fellowship Program: Detailed Overview of Components

Our six months Orthodontic Fellowship program is designed to offer a comprehensive education in orthodontics.

we offer the course in two components online and on-sight.

Online Component: In this phase we prepare you fully  equip with knowledge in orthodontics, we provide recorded lectures, case presentation, step by step procedures , the videos will cover the following :

Instrumentation and Armamentarium. Diagnosis and Treatment plan. Dealing with class1, class2, class3 malocclusions Cephalometrics tracing Practice. Biomechanics. Growth And Development. Model Analysis Practice on different casts. Removable Appliances Welding Exercises. Principles of fixed orthodontics Banding Technique & exercises Bonding Technique & exercises Arch Wire Bending Exercises. Making of Separators Wire Separators and elastic separators placing Exercises on Models.& patients Practicing of different Arch wire Placement Permanent Anchorage Preparation with SS Wire Making Exercises Habit Breaking Appliances fabrication Soldering technique Retention appliance Making Exercises Expansion appliances Applications of auxiliaries such as.. Elastics, E-Chain, open coil springs, closed coil springs, Elastic Modules,Ligature tying Case discussions, dealing with complicated cases, Surgical orthodontics. Recent Advancements in OrthodonticsOn-Site Component:

The on-site component of the fellowship program provides you with the opportunity to apply the knowledge gained during the online phase. This is where you will work directly with patients under the supervision of experienced orthodontists. It’s a crucial part of your training that allows you to refine your clinical skills and apply what you’ve learned in a real clinical setting.

Flexible Enrollment: We recognize that everyone’s schedule is different. To accommodate your convenience, we offer flexible enrollment dates throughout the year. You can join the course whenever it suits your schedule, ensuring that you can balance your personal and professional commitments with your educational goals.

Please feel free to contact us for more information on program details.

Fellowship In Dental Implantology

Course Overview:

Introduction: The Fellowship in Dental Implantology is an advanced and comprehensive program designed for dental professionals who wish to gain specialized knowledge and hands-on skills in the field of dental implantology. Dental implants have revolutionized the field of dentistry, providing effective solutions for tooth replacement and enhancing patients’ oral health and quality of life. This fellowship program aims to equip participants with the expertise required to plan, place, and manage dental implants successfully.

Course Duration: The Fellowship in Dental Implantology is typically a six month  program, in combination with online and offline programs..

Key Learning Objectives:

  1. Comprehensive Understanding of Dental Implantology:
    • Explore the history and evolution of dental implants.
    • Learn the fundamentals of implant biology and biomechanics.
    • Understand the various types of dental implants and their applications.
  2. Diagnosis and Treatment Planning:
    • Develop the skills to evaluate patients for implant treatment.
    • Create personalized treatment plans based on patient needs.
    • Consider factors such as bone quality, quantity, and patient medical history.
  3. Surgical Techniques:
    • Master implant placement techniques, including flapless and flapped procedures.
    • Understand the use of surgical guides for precise implant positioning.
    • Gain proficiency in bone grafting and sinus lift procedures.
  4. Prosthodontics and Restorative Dentistry:
    • Learn how to design and fabricate implant-supported restorations.
    • Explore prosthetic options, such as crowns, bridges, and dentures.
    • Understand the importance of occlusion and aesthetics in implant dentistry.
  5. Complications and Management:
    • Identify common complications and their solutions.
    • Develop the ability to manage peri-implantitis and other implant-related issues.
    • Explore strategies for long-term implant maintenance and follow-up.
  6. Digital Dentistry and Emerging Technologies:
    • Utilize digital tools, including CBCT scans and CAD/CAM technology.
    • Stay updated on the latest trends and advancements in implantology.
  7. Clinical Experience:
    • Gain hands-on experience through supervised clinical sessions.
    • Perform implant placements and restoration procedures under guidance.
  8. Ethical and Legal Aspects:
    • Understand the ethical and legal considerations in implant dentistry.
    • Learn about informed consent, patient documentation, and professional responsibilities.

Certification: Upon successful completion of the program, participants will receive a Fellowship in Dental Implantology certificate, which demonstrates their expertise in implant dentistry.


Who Should Attend: This fellowship program is designed for licensed dentists who have completed their BDS/MDS / equitant degree.

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Fellowship In General Dentistry

Introduction: The Six-Month Fellowship in General Dentistry is a short-term, intensive program designed to provide dental professionals with a comprehensive understanding of general dentistry concepts, practical skills, and clinical experience. This program caters to both recent dental graduates looking to enhance their foundational knowledge and practicing dentists seeking to expand their skills and stay updated with the latest developments in the field.

Course Duration: The Six-Month Fellowship in General Dentistry is a concise and focused program that typically lasts for six months, allowing participants to gain valuable insights and hands-on experience within a shorter time frame.

Key Learning Objectives:

  1. Fundamentals of Dentistry:
    • Review and strengthen the fundamental knowledge of oral anatomy, physiology, and histology.
    • Understand the principles of dental materials and their applications in restorative dentistry.
  2. Diagnosis and Treatment Planning:
    • Develop diagnostic skills to assess various oral health conditions.
    • Learn how to formulate effective treatment plans for different dental issues, considering patient preferences and medical history.
  3. Restorative Dentistry:
    • Gain proficiency in restorative procedures such as dental fillings, crowns, and bridges.
    • Explore the latest advancements in restorative materials and techniques.
  4. Periodontics and Oral Health:
    • Understand periodontal diseases and their management.
    • Learn the basics of scaling, root planing, and non-surgical periodontal therapy.
  5. Endodontics:
    • Master the art of root canal treatment, including diagnosis, instrumentation, and obturation.
    • Familiarize yourself with modern endodontic techniques and equipment.
  6. Oral Surgery:
    • Acquire skills in basic oral surgery procedures, such as tooth extractions.
    • Learn about local anesthesia administration and surgical techniques.
  7. Pediatric Dentistry:
    • Explore the unique challenges and considerations in treating pediatric patients.
    • Gain insights into child behavior management and preventive dentistry.
  8. Ethics and Patient Communication:
    • Understand the ethical principles of dentistry.
    • Enhance communication skills to establish rapport with patients and ensure informed consent.
  9. Clinical Experience:
    • Participate in supervised clinical sessions to apply theoretical knowledge in real patient cases.
    • Perform a variety of dental procedures under the guidance of experienced faculty.

Certification: Upon successful completion of the program, participants will be awarded a Six-Month Fellowship in General Dentistry certificate, recognizing their achievement and dedication to advancing their skills in the field of general dentistry.

Who Should Attend: This fellowship program is open to recent dental graduates and practicing dentists with BDS/MDS qualifications,

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Fellowship in Facial & Dental  Cosmetology

Course Overview:

Introduction: The Two-Month Fellowship in Cosmetic Dentistry with a focus on Aesthetic Restorations is an intensive program designed for dental professionals who aspire to excel in cosmetic dentistry, specifically in the realm of aesthetic restorations. This program covers a range of topics related to smile evaluation, aesthetic considerations, and hands-on training in various aesthetic dental procedures.

Course Duration: This fellowship program spans two months, offering a concentrated curriculum that provides participants with the necessary knowledge and skills for performing aesthetic restorations.

Key Course Topics:

  1. Smile Evaluation and Treatment Planning:
    • Learn how to assess and evaluate a patient’s smile.
    • Develop individualized treatment plans based on patient-specific needs and aesthetic considerations.
  2. Anterior and Posterior Direct Composites:
    • Gain proficiency in the art of direct composite resin bonding for both front and back teeth.
    • Master color matching, contouring, and finishing techniques.
  3. All-Ceramic Systems:
    • Explore the preparation, impression, and temporization of all-ceramic crowns and veneers.
    • Understand the benefits and considerations of all-ceramic restorations.
  4. Cementation of All-Ceramic Crowns, Laminates & Veneers:
    • Learn the techniques for precise cementation of various aesthetic restorations.
    • Understand the importance of adhesive dentistry for long-term success.
  5. Managing Tooth Sensitivity:
    • Discover strategies to manage and address tooth sensitivity in patients undergoing aesthetic restorations.
  6. Tooth Bleaching Procedures:
    • Gain knowledge in both home and office tooth bleaching techniques.
    • Understand the indications, contraindications, and potential complications.
  7. Dental Jewelry:
    • Explore the application of dental jewelry for aesthetic enhancement.
    • Understand the procedures and materials used in dental jewelry placement.
  8. Interdisciplinary Aesthetics:
    • Learn how to integrate cosmetic dentistry with other aesthetic procedures.
    • Develop treatment plans for comprehensive aesthetic makeovers.
  9. Aesthetic Skin Procedures:
    • Understand the structure and function of the skin.
    • Learn about age-related changes, wrinkles, and skin texture.
  10. Chemical Peels and Microdermabrasion:
  • Gain expertise in chemical peels, including types, mechanisms, indications, and protocols.
  • Learn about the mechanism of action, types of machines, and advantages of microdermabrasion.
  1. Facial Anatomy and Aesthetics:
  • Explore the muscles of facial expression and their functions.
  • Understand the anatomy of the face, esthetic units, and dynamic wrinkles.
  1. Botulinum Toxin and Dermal Fillers:
  • Learn about botulinum toxin, its mechanism of action, and indications.
  • Explore different types of dermal fillers, their mechanisms, and applications.

Certification: Upon successful completion of the program, participants will receive a Two-Month Fellowship in Cosmetic Dentistry certificate,

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Fellowship in Restorative Dentistry



Course Overview:

Introduction: The Two-Month Fellowship in Restorative Dentistry is a specialized program designed for dental professionals seeking to enhance their knowledge and expertise in the field of restorative dentistry. This program is aimed at providing a comprehensive understanding of advanced restorative techniques, materials, and clinical skills.

Course Duration: The fellowship program spans two months, offering an intensive and focused curriculum that equips participants with the proficiency required for restorative dentistry.

Key Learning Objectives:

  1. Fundamentals of Restorative Dentistry:
    • Review the foundational principles of restorative dentistry.
    • Explore the importance of diagnosis, treatment planning, and patient communication.
  2. Composite Resin Restorations:
    • Gain proficiency in direct and indirect composite resin restorations.
    • Learn advanced techniques for achieving optimal esthetics and longevity.
  3. Dental Materials:
    • Understand the characteristics and applications of various restorative materials.
    • Explore the latest developments in materials for restorative dentistry.
  4. Ceramic Restorations:
    • Master the design, preparation, and placement of ceramic restorations, including inlays, onlays, and crowns.
    • Explore the esthetic considerations in ceramic restorations.
  5. Endodontic and Restorative Integration:
    • Learn the importance of endodontic treatment in the context of restorative dentistry.
    • Understand the role of post and core build-up in restoring endodontically treated teeth.
  6. Implant-Supported Restorations:
    • Gain knowledge of implant restorations, including abutment selection and crown placement.
    • Learn to create harmonious restorations in implant cases.
  7. Esthetic Smile Makeovers:
    • Explore the principles of smile design and full-mouth rehabilitation.
    • Understand treatment planning for comprehensive esthetic cases.
  8. Occlusion and TMD:
    • Learn about occlusal principles and their importance in restorative dentistry.
    • Understand temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders and their management.
  9. Clinical Experience:
    • Participate in supervised clinical sessions to practice restorative techniques on patient cases.
    • Gain hands-on experience in planning, preparing, and placing restorations.

Certification: Upon successful completion of the program, participants will receive a Two-Month Fellowship in Restorative Dentistry certificate,

Who Should Attend: This fellowship program is suitable for licensed dentists who wish to specialize in restorative dentistry, BDS/MDS/ Equivalent Degree holders

Fellowship In Clinical Endodontics

Course Overview:

Introduction: The Two-Month Fellowship in Clinical Endodontics is a specialized program designed for dental professionals looking to deepen their knowledge and skills in the field of endodontics. This intensive program aims to equip participants with a comprehensive understanding of endodontic procedures, diagnostic techniques, and the latest advancements in endodontics.

Course Duration: The fellowship program spans two months, providing a concentrated and focused curriculum that immerses participants in the art and science of clinical endodontics.


  1. Endodontic Diagnosis:
    • Develop expertise in diagnosing and assessing various endodontic conditions.
    • Understand the significance of clinical and radiographic examinations.
  2. Root Canal Therapy:
    • Master the principles and techniques of root canal therapy.
    • Learn about access cavity preparation, instrumentation, and obturation.
  3. Advanced Endodontic Procedures:
    • Explore advanced endodontic procedures such as pulp capping, apexification, and regenerative endodontics.
    • Gain knowledge in the management of complex and challenging cases.
  4. Endodontic Microscopy and CBCT:
    • Familiarize yourself with the use of dental microscopes and cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) in endodontics.
    • Learn how to apply these technologies for precise diagnosis and treatment planning.
  5. Surgical Endodontics:
    • Understand the indications and techniques for endodontic surgery, including apicoectomy and root-end resection.
    • Learn about retrograde filling and management of surgical complications.
  6. Management of Endodontic Emergencies:
    • Acquire the skills to diagnose and manage endodontic emergencies, such as acute apical abscesses and traumatic injuries.
  7. Pulpal and Periapical Pathology:
    • Explore the various pulpal and periapical pathologies and their implications.
    • Learn about the microbiology and etiology of endodontic infections.
  8. Pain Management and Anesthesia:
    • Learn effective pain management techniques and local anesthesia administration for patient comfort.
    • Understand post-operative care and pain control.
  9. Clinical Experience:
    • Participate in supervised clinical sessions to perform endodontic procedures on patient cases.
    • Gain hands-on experience in root canal therapy, surgical endodontics, and other clinical aspects.

Certification: Upon successful completion of the program, participants will receive a Two-Month Fellowship in Clinical Endodontics certificate,

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