Specialty in Maxillary Orthopedics and Orthodontics - UNIBE


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Specialty in Maxillary Orthopedics and Orthodontics

Specialty in Maxillary Orthopedics and Orthodontics

Program designed to create high level technical and professional specialists, with the skills required to treat patients with congenital malformations, skeletal malocclusions and cranio-mandibular anomalies.

Especialización en Ortopedia Maxilar y Ortodoncia

Specialty in Maxillary Orthopedics and Orthodontics

Program designed to create high level technical and professional specialists, with the skills required to treat patients with congenital malformations, skeletal malocclusions and cranio-mandibular anomalies.

This program prepares specialists of high technical and professional level in maxillary orthopedics and orthodontics, with the skills required to treat patients with congenital malformations, skeletal malocclusions and cranio-mandibular anomalies, as well as equipping them with the abilities to detect health alterations related to these conditions.

 By partaking in this Specialty, the participant will learn the diagnostic methods to discover deviations in the development of dentition and, in turn, will receive research training and acquire teaching skills.

The Specialty program lasts three (3) years, full time, and the student must complete a research project on a clinical or experimental topic in order to obtain the degree of Specialist in Maxillary Orthopedics and Orthodontics.

Target Audience

Dentists who wish to specialize in the treatment of congenital malformations, skeletal malocclusions and cranio-mandibular anomalies.

Certification

Specialty in Maxillary Orthopedics and Orthodontics

Duration

Three (3) years

Application Deadline

The deadline for submitting documentation is: October 18

Coordinator

Paul Lalane Valerio

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Course Credits
Preclinical Ortho 320
Head and Neck Anatomy
Oral Biology I
Computers, Audiovisuals And Photographs
Health Safety Management
Cephalometry 32
Dental Materials
Development of Human Dentition
Biomechanics

Course Credits
Ortho Clinic I 320
Oral Biology II
Physiology
Craniofacial Growth And Development
Radiology
Diagnosis and Treatment Plan I
Case Presentation I 64
Ortho Laboratory I 32
Management Of Patients With Health Problems

Course Credits
Ortho Clinic II 320
Diagnosis and Treatment Plan II
Biostatistics
Physiology of the Stomatognathic System
Literature Review I 32
Case Presentation II 32
Epidemiology 32

Course Credits
Ortho Clinic III 320
Psychology
Research Methodology
Case Presentation III 32
Ortho Laboratory III 32
Literature review II 32

Course Credits
Ortho Clinic IV 320
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Treatment Techniques and Philosophies I
Case Presentation IV 32
Ortho Laboratory IV 32
Oral Diagnosis and Pathology

Course Credits
Ortho Clinic V 320
Treatment Techniques and Philosophies II
Case Presentation V 32
Ortho Laboratory V 32
Pharmacology and Therapeutics
Literature Review III 32

Course Credits
Ortho Clinic VI 320
Ortho Seminar I
Dental Office Administration
Case Presentation VI 32
Ortho Laboratory VI 32
Literature Review IV 32
Pedagogy

Course Credits
Ortho Clinic VII 320
Ortho Seminar II
Case Presentation VII
Ortho Laboratory VII 32
Teacher Training 32
Supervised Pre-graduate Clinic

Course Credits
Ortho Clinic VIII 320
Case Presentation and Transfer 32
Case Presentation VII 32
Ortho Laboratory VIII 32
Thesis 160

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Dra. Ytzel Pichardo

Administrative Coordinator
Dentistry Graduate Programs

Danielisa Pacheco

Administrative Assistant
Dentistry Graduate Unit

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    Universidad d Salamanca
    Universidad de León
    Universidad de Barcelona