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The Master’s degree course “Master of Oral Implantology” (MOI) has been introduced at the J.W. Goethe University Frankfurt am Main in order to offer advanced academic training in the field of oral implantology to dentists from around the world. The aim is to impart comprehensive and highly-specialised theoretical knowledge and practical skills.
The accreditation of the course has been granted on August, 31st 2009. The ZEVA is one of the leading german agencies for the accreditation of master programs.
Course fees are € 25,000 per course of study, payable in two equal installments.
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Course Objectives and Details
The course is a two-year modular part-time, graduate course of study at the J.W. Goethe University Frankfurt am Main, which is structured and taught completely independently of extra-University institutions and companies with regard to both content and finance. The accreditation of the course was granted on August, 31st 2009.
The field of oral implantology is based in part on extremely complex interdisciplinary treatment methodologies, which require a strong correlation and coordination of various areas of specialisation. For this reason the course aims to prioritise a highly rational and analytical method of thinking that will enable the optimal examination and harmonisation of the individual patient diagnosis, the selected treatment method and its results.
After the successful completion of the Master’s course, graduates will be capable of independently planning and implementing concepts for the treatment of patients requiring dental implant prosthetics. Graduates will also have the skills required to select, analyse and fully integrate into their own course of treatment the rapidly growing, however exclusively science-based, range of treatments and knowledge in this field.
The course is divided into seven obligatory modules:
- Basic theory I
Independent planning of simple prosthetic implant therapies on host bone.
- Basic theory II
Independent planning of simple prosthetic implant therapies on host bone and independent surgical and prosthetic work on the patient simulator.
The clinical competence of the student is improved through experience of live patient treatments. The aim is the independent written and literature-based analysis of planned therapies and the demonstrated treatment stages.
The clinical competence and manual skills of the student will be improved through active supervised patient treatment. The aim is the independent performance of surgical procedures and prosthetic treatments on patients and the development of critical, reflective, professional competence.
- Patient treatment
The clinical competence and manual skills of the student will be improved through live patient treatment. The aim is the independent performance of surgical procedures and prosthetic treatments on the patient and the development of critical, reflective, professional competence.
- Surgical techniques
Independent planning of complex prosthetic implant therapies and independent surgical procedures on patients.
- Implant prosthetics
Independent planning of complex prosthetic implant therapies and independent prosthetic implants on patients.
J.W. Goethe University – Frankfurt am Main, Germany
The course is a two-year (4 semesters) modular vocational course of study. Each semester you have to be at the university for 7 days of presence. MOI is the only germany based part time Master for dentists with international classes. The MOI students come to Frankfurt from more than 20 countries. We offer an international environment and an international assistance for students.
From the faculty staff of the Goethe University Frankfurt am Main:
* Prof. Dr. G.-H. Nentwig
* Prof. Dr. H.-Ch. Lauer
* Prof. Dr. P. Eickholz
* OA Dr. P. Weigl
* OA Dr. P. Thiele
* OA Dr. G. Trimpou
* Dipl.- Ing. H. Zipprich
* Dipl.- Ing. K. Werelius
Honorary lecturers, guest lecturers and practitioners:
* (Prof. Dr. Becker, Univ. Düsseldorf)
* Dr. F. Schwarz, Univ. Düsseldorf
* Prof. Dr. Benner, Univ. München
* (Prof. Dr. W. Neukamm, Univ. Erlangen)
* (PD Dr. Dr. K.A. Schlegel, Univ. Erlangen)
* PD. Dr. S. Holst, Univ. Erlangen
* Prof. Dr. G. Romanos, Univ. Rochester, USA
* PD Dr. Dr. M. Stiller, Univ. Berlin
* (Prof. Dr. W. Wagner, Univ. Mainz)
* (PD. Dr. Al Nawas, Univ. Mainz)
* Prof. Dr. Dr. Zöller, Univ. Köln
* Prof. Dr. Sculean, Univ. Bern
* Prof. Dr. Yldirim, Univ. Aachen
* (Prof. Dr. D. Edelhoff, Univ. München)
* PD Dr. Beuer, Univ. München