Over the last several years, I have been working in a private general practice in York and at NHS practice previous to that. During that time, I would treat difficult cases under the NHS to build my skills.  I always had an interest in root canal treatments even as an undergraduate. So decided to embark upon my simplyendo® journey.

Whilst carrying out the course, I began taking referrals from a retiring colleague, which significantly contributed to building my skills and confidence in handling challenging cases. This experience has reinforced my belief that asking for internal referrals from colleagues is a great way for developing a robust portfolio and enhancing your professional growth.

My favourite dental book as an undergraduate and postgraduate is “Pathways of the Pulp” and it has been on several holidays with me. simplyendo® made me keener and more passionate to learn more. simplyendo® made it easy to start their courses as the payments were so flexible. I gradually decided to go on.

I completed my MSc in Endodontology with a distinction in 2019. It was a lot of work, but I do feel that having that it is worth it. The institute at Formby has excellent facilities for the hands-on days and the tutors have always been very supportive.

Dave Baker always managed to make the endo lectures fun. My supervisor Steve Cowling is so supportive and encouraging, always prompt with advice and replies to my numerous emails during the final MSc year.

simplyendo® reignited my passion for learning. I recently completed a certificate in restorative dentistry and a diploma in implant prosthodontics. I highly recommend simplyendo® to anyone interested in advancing their knowledge of saving teeth.

Tris Harrison, MSc student.

Postgraduate Certificate

Year 1 of the MSc in Endodontology. An additional 6 days of study, perfecting everything you have learned from the 10 day programme to OSCE standards.

Postgraduate Diploma

Year 2 of the MSc in Endodontology. 12 days of studying advanced topics such endodontic microscopy, innovations in endodontics, research methods and statistics.

MSc in Endodontology

Year 3 of the MSc in Endodontology and the final component for the Masters Degree. You’re given approximately 12 months to submit a dissertation based on an endodontic topic of your choosing. You’ll be appointed a personal supervisor to who will provide 1:1 coaching.

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