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Prosthodontics – Interdisciplinary Therapy Concepts (MSDc.)

Education4 Semester (99 ECTS)

Language of study English

Next startTBA

Costs 19.500,-

ManagementUniv.-Prof. DDr. Eva Piehslinger

TagsElderly patients, interdisciplinary diagnostics, interdisciplinary therapy

Current Information:

Due to the current SARS-CoV2-situation, the course will start in form of distance learning.

The aim of this course is to develop advanced specialist expertise and skills which build on a dentist’s initial education and training. A practical syllabus addresses all areas of prosthodontics, forming a logical extension to existing theoretical knowledge and practical skills.

Longer life expectancy is resulting in a greater proportion of elderly patients requiring masticatory organ care which meets their specific needs – care which greatly improves their quality of life.

The number of patients with functional disorders is steadily increasing, making the provision of comprehensive training in diagnostic and treatment methods a health care policy priority. Interdisciplinary diagnosis and treatment of functional disorders forms an important part of the curriculum of this course.

Particular emphasis is placed on the interdisciplinary treatment of difficult cases, e.g. patients with problematic jaw anatomy, patients who have had jaw operations, patients with dental phobia  and patients with serious neurological or psychiatric conditions.

Graduates of the course will possess practical expertise in the areas of ceramic restoration, telescopic prostheses, implant prostheses and functional disorder diagnosis, so that they are able to independently carry out complex case planning and successfully resolve complicated dental prosthetics cases requiring interdisciplinary intervention.

Postgraduate Program Prosthodontics

Medical University of Vienna

Sensengasse 2a
1090 Wien

Tel.: +43 / (0)1 / 40070 - 4901
Fax: +43 / (0)1 / 40070 - 4909

E-Mail: ulg-prothetik@meduniwien.ac.at