Part-time M.Sc. in Esthetic Dentistry
The Master’s program in Esthetic Dentistry (MED) is starting at the J.W. Goethe University in autumn 2018. The international program offers advanced academic training in the field of esthetic dentistry with a multidisciplinary focus. It is a 90 ECTS part-time program taught entirely in English.
The MED program is designed for the general dentist who has already taken the first step towards the field of esthetic dentistry. It aims to qualify students for demanding synoptic treatment options by enhancing their methodological and manual skills as well as increasing their awareness for the importance of objective evaluation of esthetic cases.
As all areas of dentistry need to be combined to achieve excellent esthetics, oral- and maxillofacial surgery, dental prosthetics, periodontology, restorative dentistry, orthodontics and dental technology related topics will be addressed in a well-balanced way throughout the whole program.
The program also presents you the opportunity to improve your comprehensive skills across all dental disciplines, especially in designing and applying the best treatment options.
Being completely non-sponsored and independent, the program is providing you with an unbiased view on latest scientific insights and treatment procedures. Our unique tutorship-system supports you every step of the way – making sure that you always have a go-to person in case of questions regarding your patient treatment cases or your masterthesis. Complementary disciplines such as economics, ethics and psychology will expand and strengthen your expertise improving your communication skills in daily contact with patients and collegues.
Target of the MED program is to provide you with the skill-set to plan complex esthetic cases, to form the ideal therapeutic team for the individual esthetic case and to head this team.
Upon successful completion of the program, the graduates will be awarded the academic title "Master of Science (MSc.) in Esthetic Dentistry".
Program at a glance
Master of Science (M.Sc.)
October 15, 2018
Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main, Germany