CGDent recorded webinar, Thursday 22 June 2023

This is the second webinar in a two-part series on providing domiciliary denture care. In the first webinar, we explore the benefits that Clinical Dental Technicians can provide with domiciliary denture care, particularly with an ageing demographic where mobility issues and additional assistance may be deciding factors when opting for denture treatment.

In this second webinar, speakers Mike Brindle and Caroline Persaud, both Clinical Dental Technicians, look at some of the more practical components involved in delivering domiciliary denture provision, including equipment required and the clinical techniques that can be used to treat patients in residential settings.

They share tips on gaining a patient’s trust and confidence and ensuring you provide the best denture care to suit your patients’ needs. The speakers also give an overview of an ongoing pilot programme that involves a Clinical Dental Technician working within the NHS system to provide denture care in the Lancashire & South Cumbria Financial Healthcare Trust.

View the recording of the first webinar in this two-part series.


  • Mike Brindle, Clinical Dental Technician
  • Caroline Persaud, Registered Dental Technician and Clinical Dental Technician

CPD approx 1 hour

GCD development outcomes: C , D

This webinar is hosted by the College of General Dentistry and powered by our CPD delivery partner, ProDental CPD – watch the recording below.

It was free to view live for all dental professionals, and College members also have free access to the recorded webinar and can claim CPD hours for free.  A £20 fee will apply for non-members who wish to claim CPD.

Membership of the College of General Dentistry is open to all registered dental professionals.  Membership is available from £125 per year for dentists, from £83 for other dental professionals, and from £42 for Dental Nurses and those eligible for a concession. See the full list of CGDent membership rates here.

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