About This Textbook
The Provisional Prosthodontic Series - 2nd Edition is comprised of five resources:
- Provisional Prosthodontic Theory Manual
- Provisional Prosthodontic Clinical Manual
- a study guide
- an instructor's guide
- a manual of practice exercises and case studies.
This course is available to programs accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation of Canada. These course materials are written for practising certified dental assistants. Registered and licensed dental hygienists are also eligible and welcome to take these courses. Certified dental assistants and hygienists who have successfully completed Provisional Prosthodontic Theory and Provisional Prosthodontic Clinical may apply for a Prosthodontic Module Designation from their regulatory body to allow them to provide these services under the authorization and supervision of a dentist.
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