The main aim of the Department is:
(a) The training of the undergraduate students of the 7th, 8th, 9th και 10th semester of the Dental Studies in the field of Orthodontics
(b) The training of the postgraduate students of the Postgraduate Program in Orthodontics
(a) Theoretical courses in the field of Orthodontics which aim to provide knowledge regarding the evaluation of normal or deranged relationships of the anatomical structures of the craniofacial complex, the recognition of the occlusal and skeletal malformations as well as the provision of knowledge for the diagnosis, prevention and management of occlusal problems of the deciduous, mixed and permanent dentition.
(b) Clinical Training and teaching of diagnostic tests in Orthodontics and the capabilities the latter provide, such as the provision of knowledge for the etiology and diagnosis of Angle Class I, Class II and Class III occlusal problems with the corresponding treatment mechanics used for their prevention, interception and management. Moreover, it includes clinical training and lectures regarding problems concerning various craniofacial anomalies and syndromes as well as detailed information for the combination of orthodontics and orthognathic surgery for the management of the latter.
The Postgraduate Program in Orthodontics aims to train graduate dentists in the Discipline of Orthodontics, to promote the knowledge and the research development in this specific field and to prepare the dentists in order to practice Orthodontics within a modern and advanced level, providing full and wide academic treatment and adequate clinical experience in several treatment methods. The program aims to train the Dentist theoretically and practically in a way that at the end of his studies he will be able to:
(a) To recognize and understand the malocclusions of the teeth and the dentofacial complex in general, as well as the malfunction of the maxillofacial complex
(b) To apply preventive, interceptive or therapeutic treatment for the management of the above-mentioned malocclusions with appropriate teeth movement or with control of the growth of the dentofacial complex through orthodontic or orthopedic forces respectively.
(c) To co-operate with other experts in the diagnosis and treatment of patients with skeletal dentofacial deformities, craniofacial anomalies and cases with occlusal problems, the treatment of which requires co-operation with other specialties or fields of Dentistry or Medicine.
Since September 1st, 2014, the postgraduate programme in Orthodontics of the Department of Orthodontics of the School of Dentistry of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, has been recognized as a full member of the Network of Erasmus Based European Orthodontic Postgraduate (NEBEOP) programmes, as indicated on the NEBEOP website ( www.NEBEOP.org)
Literature of the 7th semester
Mitchell L. An Introduction to Orthodontics. Athens, Greece: Bonisel Dental Publications, 2013.
Literature of the 8th semester
Mitchell L. An Introduction to Orthodontics. Athens, Greece: Bonisel Dental Publications, 2013.
Participation at the Clinic of Orthodontics
Literature of the 9th semester
Literature of the 10th semester
Ioannidou-Marathiotou Ι, Papadopoulos MA, Papadopulos ΝA. Cleft lip and palate: Diagnosis and treatment management. Athens, Greece: Bonisel Dental Publications, 2013.
Postgraduate Program in OrthodonticsDirector: Professor M. A. Papadopoulos
for the NEW POSTGRADUATE PROGRAM IN ORTHODONTICS
Applicants for the newly established Postgraduate Program in Orthodontics are invited to submit their application along with the corresponding documentation in electronic and printed format to the Secretariat of the Faculty of Dentistry.
The deadline for the receipt of all applications is Thursday, 20 September 2018.
(The above documents can be found as word documents at the section General of the website of the Department of Orthodontics)
The Department of Orthodontics of the School of Dentistry of the Faculty of Health Sciences of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, organizes in greek/english language for the period 2018-2021 the new Postgraduate Program in Orthodontics , which after the successful completion of the studies awards the "Master of Science in Orthodontics" (Master of Science in Orthodontics).
The number of the postgraduate students that will be admitted in the program is set to six (6). Candidates may be from Greece, from countries members of the E.U., or from countries outside the E.U. Candidates from countries outside the E.U. have to obtain and provide by the Hellenic NARIC (www.doatap.gr) a valid certification of equivalence of their Dental Degree.
The selection of the candidates accepted in the program is based on the co-evaluation of the following criteria:
Total grade of the Dental Degree
Grades of the undergraduate courses related to Orthodontics
Other points of the candidate’s Curriculum Vitae:
- High rank graduation classification (among the three first graduates)
- Certified knowledge of IT or other foreign languages
- Attendance of Scientific Meetings/Congresses
Other Postgraduate studies or degrees
Previous research and scientific activity of the candidate - Undergraduate studies in biomedical sciences (Medicine, Biology, Pharmacy) - Publications – Oral or Poster Presentations
The candidate’s personality, the ability to express, his/her scientific maturity and critical ability, as well as the sufficiency of the candidate as arisen during the interview taken by the Selection Committee
For all applicants, the certified knowledge of the English language level C2 is a mandatory requirement, which can be proven by the following certificates (these must be presented and accompany the application form):
In addition, the following certificates will also be accepted:
For candidates from foreign countries, additional proofs of knowledge of the Greek language is required:
The interviews will take place in due time, according to the schedule that will be announced by the Secretariat of the Department of Orthodontics in the website (http://www.dent.auth.gr/?q=en/node/125).
The announcement with the candidates’ final evaluation and ranking will be published after the interviews.
The postgraduate students who will be admitted to the Program should purchase at their own expenses the equipment necessary for their clinical and laboratory training, as well as pay the fee for their clinical practice.
For further information please visit the following website: http://www.dent.auth.gr/?q=en/node/125 or contact the secretariat of the Department of Orthodontics (Mrs. Eleni Margariti, firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel.: +30-2310-999556).
Laboratory and clinical research about various issues is conducted at the Department of Orthodontics, including:
Doctorate Degree Theses
Master Degree Theses
Secretary of the Undergraduate Program of Studies (4th floor)
Secretary of the Postgraduate Program os Studies (4th floor)
Offices of Faculty Members (4th floor)
Laboratory of the Undergraduate Program of Studies (3rd floor)
Laboratory of the Postgraduate Program of Studies (1st floor)
Clinic of the Undergraduate and Postgraduate Program of Studies
8 dental chairs (1st floor)
Clinic of Craniofacial Anomalies
Aims to provide a thorough service to the patients with craniofacial anomalies (cleft lip palate, hemi facial microsomia, syndromes etc.) who are under treatment in the Orthodontic Clinic.
These patients, treated by the postgraduate students, visit the Clinic on Wednesdays, 10:00 - 14:00.
In order to address an overall better patient’s treatment, the Faculty Member of the Department of Orthodontics who is in charge for the treatment, may call colleagues from other disciplines to provide their consultation.
For the Department of Orthodontics the Associate Professor Ioulia Ioannidou – Marathiotou is in charge for the Clinic of Craniofacial Anomalies.
Obstructive-Sleep Apnea Clinic
The clinic aims to contribute to the study and the treatment of Obstructive-Sleep Apnea patients by using intraoral orthodontic appliances.
The process of (a) the diagnosis, (b) the treatment plan selection, (c) the monitoring before, during and after the selected therapy, and (d) the selection of suitable patients for the use of the orthodontic appliance is the responsibility of the Sleep Workshops based in hospitals and other health units.
The patients, selected by the Sleep Workshops, visit the Orthodontic Clinic on Wednesdays 10:00 - 12:00, after they have booked an appointment (Mrs. Despoina Zaproudi, tel. 2310 999557) with Mrs. Effimia Koumpia, Orthodontic Specialist.
The start, the planning, the implementation and the monitoring of the orthodontic treatment of these patients follow the procedures applying for all the patients treated in the Orthodontic Clinic. The cost of the orthodontic appliances used for the Obstructive-Sleep Apnea treatment is 250 Euros and is paid when the patient receives his appliance.
Moschos A. Papadopoulos, Professor and Chairman, is in charge for the Obstructive-Sleep Apnea Clinic.
The main purpose of the examination of the patients who visit the Outpatients Clinic of the Department of Orthodontics is to inform them (and their parents) about their orthodontic problem and provide informative advice. At the same time the doctor takes records of their medical, dental and orthodontic history in case some of them are selected to be treated in our clinic.
Due to the fact that the number of patients visiting the Clinic is much higher than the number of the patients that can be treated, the selection of the patients is based on the following criteria:
1. The educational needs of the undergraduate and postgraduate students
2. The research needs of the Department of Orthodontics and
3. The financial and social situation of the patients' families.
Patients who wish to attend the Outpatients Clinic should book an appointment by contacting the Secretariat of the Department on the tel. number 2310 999557, Monday to Friday, 08.00-10.00. The Clinic usually operates on Wednesdays and the charge is 5 Euros. The patients´ examination in the Outpatients Clinic does not imply any obligation on the Department of Orthodontics for their treatment.
The patients who are selected for treatment are notified within 3 months following their visit in the Clinic. Those who are not selected they are not notified.
Secretary: (Mrs.) Eleni Margariti
Monday to Friday, 08:00 - 15:00
Τel.: +30-2310 999 556e-mail: email@example.com
Department of Orthodontics
Faculty of Dentistry School of Health Sciences
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
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