Over 80% of clinical practice on patients

International Master of Oral Surgery

Universitat Internacional de Catalunya (Odontología)

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  • Master
  • Barcelona
  • 4159 horas lectivas
  • Duración:
    3 Años
  • Cuándo:
    14/09/2015
Descripción

Si eres odontólogo o estomatólogo y quieres especializarte en cirugía oral debes tener una preparación sólida y cualificada. La Universitat Internacional de Cataluña ofrece el Máster Internacional en Cirugía Oral, un máster de tres años de centrado en las técnicas quirúrgicas realizadas en la cavidad oral que supone un complemento indispensable para quienes quieran ejercer de cirujanos bucales. El Máster , con inicio el día 19 de setiembre de 2014, cuesta 72.687€ e incluye prácticas en pacientes y una alta cualificación a nivel teórico y práctico.

El alumno que acabe el curso poseerá las habilidades necesarias para especializarse como cirujano bucal. Tras el programa, el alumno deberá ser capaz de enfrentarse a los casos de alta complicación en el mundo quirúrgico e implantológico. Con este fin, el alumno recibirá una alta formación tanto a nivel teórico como práctico, así como en investigación. En el campo de la implantología, no sólo abarcará el campo quirúrgico, sino también contemplará la formación en la planificación del caso, la cirugía prostodóncamente guiada y la posterior rehabilitación.

El programa teórico consta de asignaturas transversales, clases magistrales de cirugía oral y maxilofacial, sesiones de revisión de la literatura, sesiones clínicas, seminario quirúrgico de periodoncia y, finalmente, conferencias magistrales y seminarios por expertos.

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14 de septiembre de 2015
Barcelona
Barcelona, España
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¿Qué aprendes en este curso?

Prótesis dental
Anestesia
Radiografía
Cirugía maxilofacial
Tomografía
Patología oral
Materiales dentales
Instrumental quirúrgico
Cirugía general
Anatomía dental
Cirugía oral
Cirugía bucal
Endodoncia
Periodoncia
Implantología
ATM
Histología
Anatomía
Planificación y tratamiento del edentulismo mediante implantes dentales
Técnicas avanzadas en cirugía preprotésica y periodoncia
Aprender a realizar diagnósticos diferenciales de lesiones intraorales
Tratamiento de lesiones periapicale
Tratamiento de lesiones quísticas
Tratamiento de litiasis
Fracturas dentoalveolares
Extracción de piezas dentales
Biopsiar lesiones intraorales
Preprotésica y periodoncia
Diagnosticar lesiones intraorales
Tomografía computerizada
Tomografía de haz cónico
Radiografía convencional
Presentaciones científicas en público
Tratamiento de frenillo
Presentar y debatir casos clínicos

Profesores

Dr. Federico Hernández Alfaro
Dr. Federico Hernández Alfaro
Director del Área de Cirugía Oral

Temario

THEORETICAL PROGRAM
The theoretical program is organized in transversal subjects; oral and maxillofacial medical & surgical seminars, literature review sessions, clinical sessions, periodontal surgical seminars, and invited lectures and sessions.

Oral surgery and maxillofacial fundamentsIntroduction to the oral and maxillofacial surgical pathologyMedical history in oral surgeryPreoperative studiesLocal anaesthesia, sedation and general anaesthesiaDisinfection and sterilizationSurgical field preparationInstruments and materials in oral surgeryPostoperative care and medicationBasic surgical technique. Incisions and flaps
Dental eruption alterations
Complex dental extractionsIntroduction to the eruption alterationsThird molar eruption pathology Canine eruption pathology Other dental inclusions Supernumerary teethComplex dental extractionsDental extraction complications
Infectious pathology Focal infection Systemic infection Local infection
Soft tissue pathologyOral mucosa pathology: classification, diagnosis and treatment
Soft tissue surgeryBiopsyBuccal frenum surgery
Cysts and tumor pathologyMaxillary cyst: classification, diagnosis and treatmentPeriapical surgeryBenign tumors of the oral cavityMalignant tumors of the oral cavitySquamous carcinoma of the oral cavity and pharynxOral surgery in the irradiated patient
Endodontic essentialsPulp anatomy and fisiopathology Endodontic treatment fundaments Endodontic treatment in necrotic teethEndodontic treatment in periapical lesionsEndodontic treatment planning. Case discussion
Laser application in oral surgery
Physical fundaments of the laser technology Safety rules and protection rules in laser therapy Characteristic and principles of the different types of lasers Diode laser application in oral surgeryCO2 laser application in oral surgeryErbium laser application in oral surgeryLow power laser application in oral surgeryBiostimulationCases presentation and discussion of laser therapy casesResearch protocols in oral surgery laser therapy
Dental implantsIntroduction and dental implants principles Dental implant surface, design and biomechanics Bone anatomy and histologyOseointegration. Image diagnosis in dental implantologySurgical technique in dental implantsOral pathology and dental implants in pediatric patientsGuided surgeryGuided bone regenerationBone regeneration with extraoral autogenous grafts. Dental implants and bisfosfonatesShort implantsPostextractions implantsMaxillar sinus lift: lateral and crestal approach Split crest technique in horizontal bone atrophy Dental implants in anatomic arbotantsDental implant complicactionsNew paradigms in reconstrutive and preprotesic surgery
Salival glands pathology
Salival gland non-tumoral pathologySalivalgland tumoral pathologyClinical-pathological correlation in salival gland pathologyBucofacial traumatology Osteosynthesis and fracture repair Management of the trauma patient Dental and dentoalveolar traumatologyLower and medium facial third traumatologyCraneo-facial developmental pathologyHead and neck embryologyLabial fissuresFacial fissuresCraneofacial malformationsCervical pathologyTemporo-mandibular joint dysfunctionTMJ fisiology and biomechanicsTMJ dysfunction pathology and treatment

Research

PRACTICAL PROGRAM
Our model of learning is based in the high academic training of our students. Therefore, clinical practice on patients is essential for training high level expertise. What makes a great difference within our Postgraduate courses is the Clinical Practice on Patients. Surgery Clinical Practice At CUO (Universitary Clinical of Dentistry) Prosthodontics Clinical Practice at CUO (Universitary Clinical of Dentistry) The prosthodontic laboratory. Hospital practice. Stages in other Universities.

The practical program includes the activity in the Oral Surgery Department, Prostodontic Department and Periodontic Department in the University Clinic, as well prostodontic laboratory activity on Monday afternoons. Finally, internships will take place in medical centers outside of the university, on Monday mornings and Tuesday mornings, during the second and third year of the master degree. Do to the collaboration of the Universitat Internacional de Catalunya with european and american universities, the alumni of the second and third year will have the possibility to visit other departments in national and international universities.The practical activity on surgery in the university clinic will take place on Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons, for the lasting of the program. The postgraduate students will perform all the oral surgical treatments and surgical implant treatment under the supervision of a professor of the master. Initially, during the first year of the program the student will help and assist the second and third year students. Later on, they will start performing easy surgical cases, with the collaboration of a more experienced student and always under the professor supervision. In accordance to the individual evolutions of the learning curve of each student, they will be allowed to treat more advanced cases.The prosthodontic practices will be carried out on Friday mornings during the third year of the program, in order to use them for pre-surgical planning in all the implant cases and this way achieve a good knowledge on prosthodontic rehabilitation in dental implant treatments.The prosthodontic laboratory: during the first year of the program the students will go to the lab on Monday’s afternoons to learn the basic procedure to create the implant reteined dentadure.

Hospital practiceThe student of second and third year of the program will go to external medical centers on Monday and Tuesday mornings. This activity will provide the alumni a hospital experience and the possibility to learn the oral surgery from a hospital point of view.

Stages in other UniversitiesDuring the second and third year of the program, the best students, according to a strict criterium, will be offered a stage in the Oral Surgery Department of a National or International University.

Presently, this experience can take place in some european and american universities in cities such as Milan, Manchester, Lisboa, Iowa, Michigan, Nueva York or Miami.