Endodontics is a clinical discipline that encompass the teaching of microbiology, biology, biomaterials, tissue engineering, epidemiology and clinical techniques for the cure or prevention of pulpal and pulpoperiapical diseases. The European program of endodontics is designed to train dental or stomatological Specialised professionals in the field of endodontics. The Program participants will be prepared to run clinical practices, teach, or conduct research in endodontics. The course consists of a theoretical unit that addresses topics in clinical endodontics, seminars on classical and contemporary literature review and analysis and the relationship between endodontics and other specialized areas of dentistry, the study of clinical cases in endodontics that involve other areas of Specialisation. The program also adresses more complicated clinical cases such as non surgical root canal retreatments, endodontic microsurgery, intentional replantation and reconstruction of the endodontically treated teeth.
The program's main objective is to prepare professionals with the highest qualifications to diagnose problems of pulpoperiapical origin in addition to finding and implementing the best solution to solve them.
The student will also be prepared:
- In critical analysis of the literature that allows them, once the program is over, to adapt to changes that will eventually suffer the specialty of endodontics.
- In the capacity for teaching endodontics in the aspects of etiology, pathogenesis, epidemiology and treatment of pulpoperiapical diseases.
- To be able to work together with other areas of dentistry.
- In conducting research (guided by a teacher)
European Master's degree in Endodontics: 180 ECTS