Students often obtain master’s degrees to get specialized education in a certain field. This education may enable them to take on projects and positions with more responsibility and enhances their salary prospects. Students who wish to get doctoral degrees must first get master’s degrees.
What is a Master in Dentistry? Dentistry focuses on oral health: for example, diagnosing, preventing and treating diseases in the oral cavity. Master’s degree students are able to take classes to specialize in fields such as oral implants and oral biology. Students should expect to spend about two years in such programs. Classes include extensive research as well as hands-on practice with dental patients.
The advantages of completing a dentistry program are many. For instance, students improve their research skills and are able to specialize in an area that interests them. They might also gain excellent career opportunities and command higher salaries.
Universities in many countries offer master’s degrees in dentistry. Because of this, students should contact individual programs to ask about costs, or research the schools. Students should always ensure they understand program requirements so they can find the best program for their needs.
Students who complete high-level dentistry degrees may choose to practice as general dentists. Other students get further training in a specialty such as orthodontics, cosmetic dentistry, or oral and maxillofacial surgery. Dentists work with patients of all ages, from very young children to senior citizens. Some run their own practices and work alone, while others have partners and/or small staffs. Some work as associate dentists. Many dentists teach college classes and may supervise dental students.
Dentistry students can take classes part time or full time. Although hands-on work is necessary for some of the coursework, many programs provide the option of online learning for classroom components. To find the school for you, search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.
The curricula of the study programmes Dentistry is identical to those pursued by Czech medical students, apart from being taught in English. They conform to the European Union standards. [+]
The English programme of dentistry consists of fifth successive academic years of dental, preclinical and clinical studies and is adapted to the common European programme, in keeping with the European admission standards for dental education. [+]
The goal of the program is to coach qualified dentists, whose professional activities will help to increase the level of dental services, prevent oral diseases and improve overall health. The graduate of this program will have basic knowledge of oral health care medicine (clinical and natural sciences) and deep knowledge of dental specializations. One will also assimilate dental clinical skills considering professional ethical values. Additionally, the graduate will also have skills of learning and teaching, professional growth-development, research and analysis, decision-making, which allows him to logically analyze identified symptoms and see the connection between common pathogenetic process, reasonably set and implement comprehensive treatment plan, pursue patient’s management, have basic manual skills that ensures both prophylactic and therapeutic activities. After the course completion the graduates will have the right to hold the positions according to the Georgian legislation in dental clinics (junior dentist, dental assistant – Order of the Minister of Labour, Health and Social Affairs ? 01-11 / N 2012, March 14), health care organizations and health insurance providing companies (relations with medical and dental institutions, with the focus on the dental services and dental management of insured people, assistant of the family doctor). Also prepare the student for specialization (residency programs) and the next levels of learning (Master and Doctoral programs). Also hold the positions according to the legislation of various countries. [+]
The programme offers specialist training building on an initial qualification in dental technology. [+]
The Master’s degree course ‘Master of Oral Implantology’ (MOI) has been introduced at the J.W. Goethe University Frankfurt am Main in order to offer advanced academic training in the field of oral implantology to dentists from both Germany and abroad. [+]
The Master’s degree program ‘Master of Oral Implantology’ (MOI) has been introduced at the J.W. Goethe University Frankfurt am Main in order to offer advanced academic training in the field of oral implantology to dentists from both Germany and abroad. The aim is to impart comprehensive and highly-specialised theoretical knowledge and practical skills.
The course is a two-year modular part-time, graduate course of study at the J.W. Goethe University Frankfurt am Main, which is structured and taught completely independently of extra-University institutions and companies with regard to both content and finance. The program is accreditate by the German Accreditation Council (ZEvA).... [-]
The training in Dental Medicine in English is full-time only and includes three stages (6 years): the course of study lasts five years (ten semesters), the pre-graduation practice after the 10th semester (135 working days or 1080 hours) and two training practices with 30 calendar days duration (each training covers 150 hours) after the sixth and the eighth semester. [+]
The Master of Dental Medicine provides advanced training in the following areas: preventative dentistry, medicine and oral pathology, oral surgery, dento-maxillo-facial radiology, cariology, endodontics, paediatric dentistry, orthodontics, oral pathophysiology, fixed prosthesis, gnathology, myoarthropathy dental biomaterials, geriatric dentistry and dentures. [+]
Students are accepted on the basis of written and oral entrance examinations taken in English from the following subjects: standard college biology, chemistry and physics or math and an interview (just those who successfully pass the written part) both taken in English. [+]
The Faculty of Medicine in Pilsen offers courses in General Medicine (six years) and Dentistry (five years) in both Czech and in English languages. For medical students, the first two years of study are devoted to theoretical disciplines, such as Anatomy, Histology, Embryology, Biophysics, Biochemistry and Physiology. [+]
The graduating dentist has the knowledge of basic biological, medical and behavioural aspects of recent oral health care, knowledge of aetiology, pathogenesis, demographic distribution, prevention and treatment of oral diseases. Adequate knowledge of dental materials and be familiar with pharmacodynamics of the drugs, knowledge of legislation of private dental practice. [+]
The Master Degree in Dentistry/ Oral Medicine is awarded by the Faculty of Graduate Studies at Jordan University of Science and Technology (JUST). [+]
The Dentistry Teaching Center is equipped with new generation dental and phantom units placing the MUL center among the top quality medical education centers in Europe [+]
Doctor of Dental Medicine
The Dentistry Teaching Center is equipped with new generation dental and phantom units placing the MUL center among the top quality medical education centers in Europe.
Dentistry program is designed for high school/secondary school graduates. Program is based on requirements which are obligatory for the Polish medical higher education institutions and is adequate to EU standards
Preclinical courses, such as anatomy, medical chemistry, biology, biophysics, physiology, histology and cell biology, and others, are realized mostly during the two first years of studies.
After successful completion of the programme and obtaining the diploma, students can work in personal health care institutions: primary health care centers, dental clinics and offices, public institutions, colleges and universities. [+]
Master of Odontology, Odontologist
Brief information about programme
Type of studies: Integrated Studies Duration: 5 years Degree: Master of Odontology Qualification: Odontologist ECTS credits: 300
Curriculum This branch of study provides practical skills in dentistry, as well as theoretical knowledge in pathology, and the diagnosis and treatment of the most common oral diseases. Students begin to study dental disciplines from the second academic year. Dental courses make up 47 per cent of the 5-year academic programme. Teaching Method The teaching and learning process consists of lectures, seminars, practical sessions and self-studies. The structure of the curriculum is similar to that which is used in most European universities; therefore, multilevel study principles are implemented. Subjects are taught in blocks during the first academic year. Evaluation of performance Examinations are taken upon completion of each subject. The odontology study programme is completed by qualification examinations and a master's thesis defense.Competences you gain Graduates in odontology will have the ability to:... [-]