Residencia Clínica en Odontopediatría
The aim of this clinical residency in paediatric dentistry is to cover the most important, practical and useful topics in paediatric dental practice: restorative and pulp treatments in temporary and young permanent dentition, managing the behaviour and sedation of paediatric patients, basic concepts in orthopaedic treatment, etc.
The clinical residency alternates theoretical classes with clinical case presentations, literature reviews and clinical practice with paediatric dental patients from the Universitat Internacional de Catalunya.
Oral health of babies, children, and adolescents affects the general health of the current child population and in the future adult population. The availability of dentists specialising in the prevention and resolution of the most common oral problems in the paediatric population is therefore essential.
The Universitat Internacional de Catalunya trains dentists and stomatologists with a clear objective: to allow them to specialise in the diagnosis, prevention and resolution of the most common oral problems in the paediatric population by way of theoretical and practical training.
When commencing the course, students must bring:
- A laptop
- SLR digital camera (Canon, Nikon, with a 100mm macro lens and macrolite ring flash macrolite or spotlights
- Rotatory material: Turbine, adapter (*), contra-angle, hand piece, micromotor.
- Intraoral mirrors and retractors for photographs
(*) For the adapter, please check the model and that it is compatible.
To access the CUO, the student must bring:
— Personal protection face screen
— Full protection glasses, except in the case of wearing corrective glasses or magnifying glasses. In this case the full protection glasses are not necessary. All other material of special protection will be provided by the clinic.
Prerequisites & admissions
- Graduate degree in Dentistry.
- B1 level or similar in Spanish, which will be assessed in the personal interview.
To start the admission process you must complete the Program Admission Form found on the University website (www.uic.es/odontologia) and follow the steps to attach the following required documentation:
- Bachelor's Degree or Bachelor's Degree*.
- Academic transcripts*
- DNI or Passport
- Curriculum Vitae
- General Conditions Document
- Letter/s of recommendation (recommended, not mandatory).
*For students from outside the European Union, both the grades and the Degree certificate must be legalized through diplomatic channels or must bear La Haya Apostille. (No homologated degree is required).
Candidates who are in their final year of studies must provide the academic transcript of grades updated to the date of registration.
Once all the documentation has been received and checked for validity, the registration fee of €90** must be paid and the receipt of payment must be sent to the following e-mail address: email@example.com ( alumni of UIC Barcelona are exempt from this payment), (**non-refundable for administration costs).
The last step is the personal interview with the directors/coordinators of the Clinical Residency in which the following will be assessed: academic record, personal profile, motivations and aptitudes. The interviews will be held face-to-face on dates that will be confirmed once the previous steps of the process have been completed.
Grants & financial aid
Members of the UIC Alumni are entitled to a 5% discount.