Master of Dentistry
Improve your skills and knowledge in diagnosing and treating the human mouth!

Master of Dentistry

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Course outlook

Dentistry is the specialisation of medicine in which you deal with teeth, the jaw and oral medicine. A Masters degree in Dentistry is, therefore, aimed at dentists, who want to improve their skills and knowledge in diagnosing and treating the area of a person’s gums. During your study, you learn to identify diseases of the mouth and perform orthopedic surgery.

New medical findings also show that many other diseases, such as cancer, can be visible in the oral cavity. In order to recognise the signs of other diseases, not related to the mouth, dentists also learn to identify some other diseases of the human body.

Admission requirements for a Master of Dentistry

This postgraduate degree is aimed at students, who have already gained experience during their undergraduate studies in this field. The exact requirements for this Masters vary from university to university. Therefore, you should contact the university directly.

A Master of Dentistry is offered both as a full-time or part-time option. A full-time student usually takes 12 to 24 months before being awarded the Master of Science. Part-time students take considerably longer.

Career with a Masters degree in Dentistry

Not only does this Masters programme qualify you to become a dentist in health-care facilities or have your own medical practice and take on new treatments. You can also do a PhD and engage in research and teaching activities.

The following universities offer a Master of Dentistry:

    study programmes     universities
  Oral Medicine and Pathology     University of Bristol
  Dental Public Health     University of Leeds
  Dental Public Health     King's College London
  Conservative Dentistry     University College London
  Orthodontics (Advanced Training)     University College London
  Prosthodontics     King's College London
  Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery     University of Manchester
  Dental Implantology     University of Bristol
  Restorative Dentistry     University of Birmingham
  Restorative Dental Practice     University College London
  Clinical Dentistry     Cardiff University
  Fixed and Removable Prosthodontics     University of Manchester
  Dental Implantology     Edge Hill University
  Orthodontics     Cardiff University
  Fixed & Removable Prosthodontics     King's College London
  Oral Biology     University of Dundee
  Oral Biology     Queen Mary University of London
  Prosthodontics     University College London
  Dentistry & Oral Science (Research)     King's College London
  Dental Public Health distance learning     King's College London
  Orthodontics     King's College London
  Oral Medicine     Queen Mary University of London
  Dental Public Health (MDPH)     University of Sheffield
  Endodontic Practice     Queen Mary University of London
  Diagnostic Oral Pathology     University of Sheffield
  Oral Medicine     University College London
  Maxillofacial Prosthetic Rehabilitation     King's College London
  Orthodontics     University of Manchester
  Dental Public Health     University College London
  Regenerative Dentistry     King's College London
  Dentistry and Dental Sciences (Doctoral Research)     Newcastle University
  Dental Implantology     University of Manchester
  Paediatric Dentistry     King's College London
  Clinical Endodontics     University of South Wales
  Orthodontics (Egypt)     University of Dundee
  Oral Surgery     University College London
  Special Care Dentistry     University College London
  Implantology     Cardiff University
  Prosthodontics     University of Dundee
  Periodontology     University College London
  ...     ...


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