During the Dentistry Degree, students study Medical/Surgical Buccal Pathology, which is intended to provide future dentists with a basic understanding of surgery which, in many cases, is not used in professional practice for various reasons: lack of practice, loss of this understanding, uncertainty when faced with surgical situations, lack of interest in surgical aspects of the profession, etc.
Once the degree has been completed, this basic understanding may not be sufficient for the dentist to confidently deal with surgical situations, and this understanding may be lost with time if not applied. As such, the aim of this course is to strengthen and broaden this surgical knowledge in recent graduates as far as possible in order to help them deal with such situations in the safest and most confident manner possible. In order to be able to practice correctly, dentists require a comprehensive clinical and surgical understanding of the field of dentistry that allows them to assess and solve any type of surgical situation themselves.
This one-year Clinical Residency programme equips participants with the knowledge they’ll need to evaluate when surgical treatment is necessary and apply the proper treatments for each case. Evaluation will be carried out continually by programme professors.
In addition to helping participants solve medical-surgical problems that arise in their daily practise, this course allows students to perform treatments that require advanced surgical techniques.
- Bachelors of Dentistry
- Stomatology specialists doctors
- Doctors specialising in oral and maxillofacial surgery.
20 ECTS. Clinical Internships in Clinical Residency in Surgical Techniques Applied to the Oral Cavity