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The September NEBDN Exams are closing in... BUT you still have plenty of time!

Following our recent visit to the NEBDN, we've been putting together the very best revision strategy for our students so they're all extra prepared for exam day.

On the 1st August, we'll be launching our brand new, updated NEBDN revision packs & mock exams for our students to use.

Within the revision, you'll also find useful hints & tips on how to approach your exam questions correctly. We found that students with lower marks were simply misunderstanding questions and answering them incorrectly.

REMEMBER... You've got plenty of time to re-visit modules that you've already completed for revision purposes and you can always reach out to your tutor to ask any further questions you may have.

When our updated revision & mock exams go live, we'll be here to support you every step of the way, we'll work together to achieve the best result from your exam.

In the meantime, if you need any further help regarding your course, please contact your tutor or the team by clicking here.

Good luck and keep up the great work!

The history of dental implants dates back thousands of years.

Ancient Times: Archaeological evidence suggests that early civilizations, such as the ancient Egyptians and Mayans, used shells and stones to replace missing teeth.

19th Century: In the 1800s, various materials like gold, platinum, and porcelain were experimented with for tooth replacements. However, these attempts often failed due to a lack of understanding of osseointegration, the process by which an implant fuses with the jawbone.

20th Century: The breakthrough in dental implant technology came in the 1950s when a Swedish orthopedic surgeon named Dr. Per-Ingvar Brånemark discovered osseointegration while studying bone healing. He placed titanium fixtures into rabbit bone and observed their integration. In the 1960s, he successfully placed the first titanium dental implant in a human patient.

Advancements: Over the following decades, dental implant techniques and materials continued to evolve. Implants became more predictable and successful, and new innovations like implant designs, surface modifications, and digital technologies improved the accuracy and efficiency of the implant placement process.

Today, dental implants are a widely accepted and reliable solution for replacing missing teeth.

Modern Techniques: Present-day dental implant procedures involve careful planning, often aided by computer-guided imaging technology, to ensure precise placement of the implant into the jawbone. The implants are typically made of biocompatible materials, most commonly titanium, which provide excellent stability and integration with the surrounding bone.

It's nearly the end of what's been a very long May... We've enjoyed three bank holidays and a rollercoaster of weather!

Mid-May we had the pleasure of meeting you at the Dentistry Show in Birmingham where we launched our £100 discount to use on our NEBDN Courses until the end of the month.

Following this, we received a lot of messages asking us to extend this discount until after payday so you can make better use of it.

So, you can now use the code: 𝗦𝗛𝗢𝗪𝟭𝟬𝟬 until the 14th June.

This will give you £100 off any of our NEBDN Courses.

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