The general goal of the programme is to train students in modern concepts of dental restoration. The course aims to achieve the following objectives:
- In-depth knowledge of the anatomy and physiology of the enamel organ.
- The ability to distinguish between the different pathologies that affect the enamel organ, establishing the etiopathogenesis.
- Knowledge of the properties of the different materials used in dental restoration.
- In-depth knowledge of the fundamentals of dental adhesives with regard to different tissues and materials.
- An understanding of the basics of diagnosis in aesthetic dentistry.
- Knowing how to handle the techniques involved in producing dental restorations in the laboratory.
- Learning how to use the latest CAD-CAM techniques for dental prostheses and restorations.
- Understanding and using the different clinical techniques involved in direct and indirect dental surgery.
- Establishing case selection criteria and planning dental restoration treatments.
- Knowledge of the properties of the different materials used in implant-supported prosthetics.
- Establishing case selection criteria and planning implant-supported prosthetics treatments.
- Learning how to use training and information systems for dental restoration.
- Understanding the basics of teeth whitening and learning to use clinical and ambulatory techniques.
- Relating dental restoration to dental orthodontics for comprehensive patient treatment.
- Relating dental restoration to periodontics for comprehensive patient treatment.
- The ability to distinguish between the different pathologies that affect the temporomandibular joint, establishing the etiopathogenesis.
- Introduction to dental restoration research.
Degree holders in:
- Medicine (with a specialisation in Stomatology)