Periodontology and implantology

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The most important information about the "Periodontology and Implantology" master's degree

Name Periodontology and implantology
Academic degree Master of Science (M.Sc.)
Language German or English
Duration 4 semesters
Credit Points 120 Credit Points (CP) according to ECTS (European Credit Transfer System)
Model Part-time postgraduate university study program
Degree Master thesis and oral colloquium
Number of modules 14
Start / Place of study Winter Semester 2024 Dubai United Arab Emirates (UAE) (English)

Summer semester 2025 Germany (German) (dates to follow soon)
Winter Semester 2025 Dubai United Arab Emirates (UAE) (English) (dates to follow soon)

Summer semester 2026 Germany (German) (dates to follow soon)
Winter Semester 2026 Dubai United Arab Emirates (UAE) (English) (dates to follow soon)

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Admission requirements License to practice medicine and several years of professional experience
Tuition 31.000 €
Scholarships (see FAQ) Scholarships

for curricula to up to €26,550
of the An-Institute IFZI 24,000 €
of the An-Institute ČSI 22.000 €
Specialist dentists & comparable high-quality continuing education € 14,600

Payment modalities Single payment or 4 installments

Course content

The two-year Master's degree program "Periodontology and Implantology" offers licensed dentists the opportunity to expand and deepen their specialist knowledge and practical skills in the field of periodontology and implant therapy.

The curriculum is based on the latest findings in periodontology and implantology and places particular emphasis on systematic and evidence-based treatment planning as well as practical training in minimally invasive and microsurgical techniques.

Prosthetic planning and treatment in an interdisciplinary working environment is an integral part of the curriculum. The use of implants in periodontally diseased teeth is an important treatment option. The management of peri-implant diseases is therefore a key focus of the curriculum.

The overarching aim is to expand the skills and abilities in the entire spectrum of periodontology and implantology and to successfully carry out complex interdisciplinary treatments.

Lecturers of this master program