Dentistry and Dental Prosthetics
Dentistry and Dental Prosthetics
Dentistry and Dental Prosthetics

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Degree in Dentistry and Dental Prosthetics

The Master Degree Course in Dentistry and Dental Prosthetics (MDCDP) is divided into 6 years

The fundamental educational objective is to impart theoretical knowledge and technical competences required to practice Dentistry in accordance with the common standards of EU dentistry schools. In particular, all graduates will receive an adequate and excellent education so as to practice Dentistry at the highest level, and also competences directed towards various scientific research specializations and/or similar thematic areas.

Graduates in Dentistry and Dental Prosthetics will have to be able to speak fluently, both in oral and written form, another EU language in addition to Italian, with a reference to disciplinary lexicon.

The admission test and the lectures of the first two years of the degree course are in English. From the 3rd year the internship and clinical teaching will be in Italian (non-EU students will have in the meantime been able to learn Italian also thanks to literacy courses in the Italian language). On the other hand, the English language offers graduates greater access to scientific knowledge and a broader dialogue with the academic and professional community at an international level and enables them to interact with a much wider international audience, given that a an important number of non-EU graduates, according to the aims of UniCamillus, will return to their country of origin.

On completion of the course of study, the graduate will have gained technical knowledge and skills to take place professionally in the dental field, both public and private.

In the general aspects, the MDCDP biennium addresses the study of basic educational activities aimed at making known to the students the fundamentals of the structural organization and of the vital functions of the human body, and it comprises courses that address issues related to the relationship dentist-patient and the comprehension of the underlying principles of the scientific method. The following triennium comprises the study of disciplines of medical, surgical and specialistic interest, with special reference to clinical issues related to dental pathologies, to semiotics of the oral cavity, to the neuro-muscular disorders of the head and neck, and to oral manifestations. The educational activities are carried out in conjunction with the study of dental disciplines and with the professionalizing clinical practice. The sixth year includes a professionalizing educational activity aimed at the care of the patient with odontostomatological issues. Frontal seminar teaching is aimed at the interdisciplinary discussion of assigned clinical cases.