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Top 2 Master Degrees in Orthodontics 2019

A master’s degree prepares students for a career in their chosen field. This advanced degree often takes one to two years to complete and can be taken at universities and private colleges all over the world.

What is a Master in Orthodontics? This program focuses on the specialized field of dentistry that is associated with misalignments between the teeth and jaw structures. Students can anticipate taking classes in skeletal diagnosis, clinical practice, surgical correction, dental materials, research, craniofacial growth, surgical orthodontics, environmental safety, and professional and ethical practice. Hands-on training to learn procedures and techniques for aligning jaws and straightening teeth will be prevalent throughout the program.

There are numerous benefits to earning an orthodontics degree. Not only do you get to improve peoples’ smiles and confidence, your job outlook is also favorable. Not only is job growth expected in the field, but the average salary for orthodontists is higher than many other occupations. 

The tuition and fees expected for an orthodontics program will vary from one place to another. The location and reputation of the school, duration of the program, and residency fees are all factors. Once students have narrowed down their choices, it is best to contact the schools directly to find out what the financial requirements are.

Once students have gone through the long education process and residency program, graduates can pursue a successful career in orthodontics. Most individuals choose to open their own practice, although some join a dentistry group or partnership. For those who don’t want to work directly with patients, they may choose to teach at the college or graduate level, or even participate in medical research.

The online database makes it easy research and compare dentistry schools. Starting right now, search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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2 Results in Orthodontics

University of Siena

The undergraduate course in Dentistry is the first implemented in Italy in English language, in agreement with ADEE (Association of Dental European Education), the Europe ... [+]

Master in Orthodontics.

Single cycle Degree (please refer to the Italian University System description)

The undergraduate course in Dentistry is the first implemented in Italy in English language, in agreement with ADEE (Association of Dental European Education), the European institution that gathers all the most well-known/renowned Schools of Dentistry.

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The main goal of the new course is to graduate excellent dentists, by complementing the learning of well established concepts of the traditional study course with the achievement of all the knowledge and skills requested by the highest international standards, making good use of the newly available technologies and of the digital devices, that render us advanced in basic and clinical research, as well as in professional training.The foreign students will have the chance to integrate with Italian colleagues and into the localcommunity of Siena, being exposed to an international and intercultural experience/formative experience/educational experience.... [-]

Italy Siena
October 2019
Full-time
6 years
Campus
United Campus of Malta

The course runs for four years, on a part-time basis, and leads to a Masters degree. ... [+]

Overview

The course runs for four years, on a part-time basis, and leads to a Masters degree.

The course combines lectures and research with mandatory clinical training modules. The latter will be supervised by orthodontic specialist mostly accreditated by the European Board of Orthodontics.

Subjects will be taught through group sessions, seminars pratical skills training, and students-led enhancement sessions.

Lectures will be held for 2 weeks every 4 months in Malta + 40 hours of clinical practice every semester for the first year, 50 hours for the second year and 60 hours for the third year.

The Masters degree will enable you to

treat dentofacial deformities; treat patient presenting deciduous, mixed and permanet dention; diagnose and treat Class I, II and III malocclusions, vertical and transversal occlusal alterations; treat adult patients even with reduced dentition and/or periodontal problems; interact with other specialists and be part of a multidisciplinary team: master the most recent 3D technologies as well as the new anchorage devices and invisible technique. Module ... [-]
Malta Saint Julian's
September 2019
Part-time
4 years
Campus