2-Years MSc in Restorative and Advanced Esthetic Dentistry in Italy

2-Years MSc in Restorative and Advanced Esthetic Dentistry in Italy
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2-Years MSc in Restorative and Advanced Esthetic Dentistry in Italy

"Remain at the cutting edge of contemporary dentistry and  be able to meet and deliver with confidence the restorative needs of your patients with high aesthetic expectations."

DURATION

24 Months (Full Time Program)
January 2018 - December 2019

CREDIT HOURS

1500 Verifiable hours of Continuing Education

LOCATION

University of Genoa, Italy

The International Master in Advanced Aesthetic & Restorative Dentistry is designed to offer
comprehensive training in all aspects of aesthetic, contemporary restorative dentistry and implant prosthodontics.

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

  • To provide postgraduate students with the confidence and ability to enhance their current clinical practice by incorporating the latest advances in technology and research.
  • To provide an innovative programme which enhances current knowledge and clinical skills in new technologies in Aesthetic and Restorative Dentistry.
  • To present sound academic theory and high quality practical training by world class mentors.
  • To deliver learning using the latest technology enabling students to access the course, whilst maintainingtheir commitment to their clinical practice.

FACULTY PRINCIPALS

  • Professor Stefano Benedicenti (Director)
  • Professor a.c. Vasilios Kaitsas
  • Professor a.c. Antonio Signore
  • Professor a.c Nicola Deangelis
  • Professor a.c Luca Solimei
  • Professor a.c Cesare Robello

PROGRAM FEES

€30,217.00  
(payable in 3 installment terms)
+
€1,000
(non-refundable registration fee)

Please contact us at training@mastery-academy.com for more payment details

This advanced program provides a learning environment to train new leaders in the discipline and specialty of Aesthetic & Restorative Dentistry for the future. Successful completion of the course shall confer the academic degree of
“International Master in Advanced Aesthetics and Restorative Dentistry”.

HOW TO REGISTER

STEP 1: Interested Applicants must meet the following admission criteria:

  • Applicants must be able to satisfy the general admissions criteria of the university.
  • Applicants must provide evidence of their primary dental qualification from a recognised institution.
  • Applicants should have completed a preliminary fellowship course either in restorative dentistry, endodontics, periodontology and implants and laser.
  • Applicants will make payment as required of course fees as applied by the University of Genoa.

STEP 2: If you meet the following criteria, you may proceed with filling out and submitting the application form.

STEP 3: Upon form completion, please prepare the following documents;
**must be in pdf format maximum of 2mb per file

  • Scanned copy of your passport
  • Scanned copy of your Dental Degree Certificate
  • A self-declaration in pdf format with your signature
  • Detailed Updated CV, your CV must inlcude the following;
    • List of all the training programs you have attended
    • The name of the University where you took your Dentistry Degree
    • Your Work Experience
    • Additional Documents (if applicable but not required)
      **Any scanned of your certificates/diplomas of any specialization
      ** Any publications under your name

STEP 4: Email all the documents to training@mastery-academy.com 

STEP 5: Pay a non-refundable registration fee of €1.000 

Limited to 40 Students Only! 
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Units

  1. This first unit aims to provide the necessary foundations for contemporary clinical practice and includes relevant clinical anatomy, disease etiology and pathogenesis, current concepts in diagnosis including the use of new technology. It also covers a foundation course in occlusion, dental material science and the latest in radiology and imaging. A selective literature review of theoretical and clinical articles will be studied and assessed.
  2. This unit aims to provide current theoretical and clinical advances in anterior aesthetics, as well as a comparative evaluation of the various techniques and modalities available including: bleaching, composites, veneers, and crowns. A selective literature review of theoretical and clinical articles will be studied and assessed.
  3. A thorough discussion of current techniques, materials and clinical advances in posterior aesthetics, which includes a comparative evaluation of the various techniques and modalities available including; composite restorations, inlays, onlays, crowns and aesthetic approaches for the restoration of endodontically treated teeth.
  4. This unit covers treatment planning of the complex aesthetic case. It includes current concepts in endodontics moving up to simple orthodontics and aims to provide an understanding of the role of being part of an interdisciplinary team to ensure comprehensive aesthetic restorative care to patients. The unit aims also to develop the student’s competence in the design of clinical research projects. It will provide an understanding of the data collection process in clinically related research projects. It will also enable the student to perform a simple analysis and interpretation of data collected by a clinical research project. Upon completion of this unit the candidate will have a basic understanding of research methods and will be able to conduct or lead a basic clinically related research project.
  5. This unit is designed to train dentists in Advanced Periodontology and Implant placement in esthetic areas, by equipping them with knowledge that are evidence-based, so that they will be able to plan, initiate and carry out the best treatment plan for their patients.
  6. This unit covers a thorough understanding of facial anatomy to allow safe and effective aesthetic treatments including the proportions and dimensions that create beauty, the aging facial changes in both female and males to develop an expert aesthetic sense for optimal treatment planning. It also covers the pharmacology of the various Botulinum Toxin, the properties of facial fillers and the appropriate injection techniques for effective treatment. Moreover this topic will cover laser procedures in esthetic dentistry and medicine.
  7. The outreach of the degree is determined as a qualified level of competence in both theoretical and practical aspects of esthetic dentistry. The Master diploma level shall be the submission of 5 (five) case studies in a chosen esthetic treatment. A formatted template shall enable a standardised approach to clinical case submission. Additional to this unit shall be a guide to photographic techniques and MS PowerPoint techniques (Mac equivalent). Submission of clinical cases shall be in hard copy and digitised formats.
  8. The dissertation is the final element of the Master course. Each student shall be required to submit a 15,000 word thesis. A member of the faculty shall be assigned to the candidate, depending on the chosen area of the thesis. This mentor shall be responsible for guiding the student through thesis development, writing and presentation process (as per university current guidelines).