The overall Master degree Program goal is to provide the student with in-depth education and training in diagnosis, treatment planning and provision of comprehensive endodontic dental services.
The Program outcome includes a critically thinking clinician who is ethical, socially aware and capable of delivering high quality endodontics services to a socioeconomically diverse population of patients.
- Versatile and flexible treatment planning in the rehabilitation of patient oral conditions related to the pulp and/or periradicular areas.
- Use of the operating microscope for complex procedures such as endodontic re-treatment cases.
- Carrying out endodontic microsurgical procedures.
- Competently render clinical solutions for all endodontic problems regardless of complexity.
- Collaboration with other dental health care providers in total oral rehabilitation.
The program consists of 3 years of full time study of which about 70% is dedicated to clinical activities.
The Program is structured in four main categories:
1) Theoretical training
2) Pre-clinical (laboratory)training
3) Clinical training
The research aspect of the Program provides the foundational knowledge to allow the student to do the following:
1) Critically evaluate literature and conduct research
2) Become familiar with research design and statistical analysis
3) Formulate a proposal carry out a research project, analyze the results and write the results in a publishable format.
This school offers programs in:
Last updated December 4, 2015