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Fixed Prosthodontics


About This Course

This course will give you a theoretical understanding of functional and aesthetic dentistry.
We will take you through the basics of fixed prosthodontics with the content: working models, planning procedure, overall properties, CAD/CAM, full ceramics and metal ceramics (MC/PFM- porcelain fused to metal)

The course will help you develop theoretical skills for precise technical application of fixed prosthodontics. The course is open for everyone in the field of dentistry. You might find the content more familiar if you have finished second or third year studies in dental technology/dental science/dental hygienist/assistant.    


Students in the field of dentistry


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Adriane Andersen Mougios

Assistant Professor at Oslo Metropolitan University. Dental technologist specialized in fixed prosthodontics. Executive Master of Management from Norwegian Business School.

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Gabi Hurlen

Masters degree in Media Studies from The University of Oslo. E-learning advisor and media producer at Oslo Metropolitan University. Working with current and forthcoming projects at


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Trude Myhrer

Assistant Professor at Oslo Metropolitan University, and head of the studies for Dental Technology. Master degree in Vocational Teacher education.

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Jane Evans

Associate Professor and Deputy Head of School (Learning and Teaching) at School of Dentistry and Oral health, Griffith University Gold Coast Australia.


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Radek Radoslaw Binieda

Bachelor degree in dental technology, specialized in fixed prosthodontics. Supervisor at School of Dentistry and Oral health, Griffith University Gold Coast Australia. Senior technician in Apex dental lab.

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Andrew Cameron

Dental Prosthetist, Academic staff and lecturer at School of Dentistry and Oral health, Griffith University Gold Coast Australia.


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Steve An



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