Programme structured in:
23 weekly webinars from January to July (we will confirm the order of the sessions the start of the course). Sessions include, in a comprehensive way, the areas of prevention, operative dentistry and behaviour management in child patients.
- Clinical history and informed consent.
- Diagnosis and treatment planning
- Anaesthesia in paediatric dentistry
- Development and tooth eruption.
- Odontogenesis and tooth eruption
- Nomenclature and anatomy in primary dentition
- Tooth development abnormalities
- Managing behaviour in paediatric patients.
- Fear and anxiety.
- Behaviour management techniques.
- Basic prevention in paediatric dentistry
- Isolation and local anaesthesia
- Therapy in paediatric dentistry.
- Surgical materials.
- Dental surgery. Cavities. Metal crowns.
- Exodontics and spacers.
- Mouth guards.
- Pulpar treatments in primary teeth.
- Pulpar treatments in permanent teeth.
- Pulpar treatments with open apex.
- Pulpar treatments with closed apex.
- Oral medicine in paediatric dentistry I and II.
- Primary teeth.
- Permanent teeth.
- Dentistry of babies.
- Pharmacology in paediatric dentistry.
- Molar-incisor hypomineralisation.
- Emergencies in paediatric dentistry.
In the practical week, students can apply the knowledge they have acquired in the weekly theory sessions in a practical way. In the mornings they do pre-clinical practices in the laboratory and in the afternoon-evening sessions they work with patients in the University Dental Clinic.
Dr Neus Borrego, Dr Isabel Chung, Dr Pilar Fenoy, Dr Elvira Ferres, Dr Francisco Guinot , Dr Claudia Lluch, Dr Rita Mantecón, Dr Karem Marfisi, Dr Patricia Martinez, Dr Carla Munné, Dr Laura Muñoz, Dr Lili Oprysnyk, Dr Silvia Parri, Dr Cristina Requena Sandra Sáez, Dr Ana Veloso, Dr Sara Vilella, Dr Mercè Viroles, Dr Silvia Yuste.