Specialization in Stomatology and Oral Surgery
To train professionals in Stomatology and Oral Surgery so that they are able to define the etiology, diagnosis and treatment of the conditions that affect the stomatognathic system.
- To recognize the structure and the normal and abnormal functioning of the stomatognathic system.
- To identify risk factors related to pathologies of the stomatognathic system, whether they are local or oral manifestations of systemic diseases.
- To perform comprehensive patient assessment and diagnosis of specific pathologies related to stomatological treatment.
- To develop, implement and evaluate surgical and nonsurgical treatment plans for patients with pathologies of the surgical-stomatognathic system.
- To constantly enhance and improve the educational processes of the university.
THIS PROGRAM IS AIMED AT:
- As a professional with a graduate education (welfare function), the Stomatologist will be able to work in, monitor and evaluate all aspects of the medical history of patients with stomatological diseases, surrounding structures and dental manifestations of systemic diseases. The professional will also be able to make a presumptive definitive diagnosis, establishing prognosis, carrying out medical and / or surgical treatment to rehabilitate inpatients and outpatients.
- As a professional researcher, the Stomatologist will possess knowledge about epistemology and methodology that allow their dynamic application in the area of research.
- As an oral health educator, the Stomatologist will impart knowledge as a highly qualified professional, both in formal and in non-formal educational experiences, by engaging in the academic processes.
- The Stomatologist will make proper use of interaction with the patients in order to assess their social problems and in turn provide alternative education, prevention, healing and rehabilitation.
- The Stomatologist will adopt a critical attitude towards the different approaches of the health-illness process and apply them to work as specialists.
- The specialist will also apply specific professional training to everyday personal endeavors, in clinical, professional and scientific aspects.
- As an administrator in oral health, the Stomatologist will direct and control stomatological services at hospital level by evaluating results and providing advice to the various departments.
- The Stomatologist will know the policies of the Public Health System.
The specialist can:
- work as part of multidisciplinary teams in levels II and III of health care.
- have the ability to engage in academic processes.
- lead and be part of projects and research groups.
|Basic Sciences||Molecular Biology||1|
|Immunology, Genetics, Oral Mucosa Histology||1|
|Clinical Photography: Medicine based on evidences||1|
|Microbiology – Physiology||1|
|Microscopic Morphology – Embriology||1|
|Stomatology||Theoretical and Conceptual Bases of Stomatology||1|
|Presentation of Clinical Cases and Dentofacial Anomalies I, II and III||3|
|Stomatological Clinical Semiology||1|
|Asepsis, Antisepsis, Instrumental||1|
|General Anesthesia and Intravenous Fluids||1|
|Diagnosis of Benign and Malignant Pathology in Hard Tissues||2|
|Diagnosis of Benign and Malignant Pathology in Soft Tissues||2|
|Facial Trauma: Hard and Soft tissues||1|
|Diagnosis of Salivary Glands Pathology||1|
|Imaging and Diagnostic Means||Theoretical Bases of Imaging and Diagnostic Means||1|
|Interpretation of Clinical Cases I and II||4|
|Osseo-Integration||Theoretical bases of Implantology||3|
|Clinics of Interdisciplinary management||3|
|Research||Research Processes I||2|
|Research Processes II||2|
|Research Processes III||4|
|Clinical Practice||Clinical Practice I||9|
|Clinical Practice II||9|
|Clinical Practice III (elective)||3|
|Elective Area||Forensic Dentistry||6|
|Socio-Humanistic Area||Institutional Elective I||2|
|Institutional Elective II||2|
Carlos Eduardo Castaño Molina. PhD in Biology, Autonoma University of México. Master of Human Genetics, National University of Colombia.
Mary Orrego Cardozo. PhD in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Autonoma University of Barcelona. Master of Biological Sciences.
Jorge Eduardo Duque Parra. PhD in Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology, Pablo de Olavide University. Master of Morphology, Valle University.
María Fernanda Navia Jutchenko. Stomatologist and Oral Surgeon, Autonoma University of Manizales.
Eliana Muñoz López. Stomatologist and Oral Surgeon, Autonoma University of Manizales.
Note: The Autonoma University of Manizales reserves the right to replace one or more of the professors mentioned.
Dr. Gabriel Cadena Gómez PhD in Phytopathology. Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN., U.S.A. Master of Phytopathology. Graduate Studies Program in Agricultural Sciences -ICA - U.N. (PEG). Bogotá. Agronomist Engineer of The Pedagogical and Technological University of Colombia (UPTC). Faculty of Agronomy. Tunja.
Eliana E. Muñoz López Stomatologist and Oral Surgeon, Teacher of the Dentistry Program, Internship Children’s Hospital of Caldas. Autonoma University of Manizales. Tel: 872 7272 ext.: 162
- Photocopy of ID card enlarged by 150 %, blood type classification (if not in the ID card).
- Photocopy of degree certificate or professional qualification.
- Current health insurance card or a valid certificate of adhesion to a social security system.
- Photocopy of military service ID card enlarged by150% (where appropriate).
- 2 ID-size photographs (on a blue background).
- Receipt of payment.
- The necessary degree or diploma according to the demands of each program.
- Curriculum vitae.
- Knowledge assessment where deemed appropriate by the Autonoma University of Manizales.
- For doctoral programs, proficiency in English reading comprehension.
- Specific requirements outlined by each program as approved by the Academic Council.
ADDITIONAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR THE ADMISSION OF NATIONAL AND FOREIGN STUDENTS WITH AN UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE OBTAINED ABROAD
- Copy of passport for students without a Colombian ID card.
- Spanish translation by an official translator of documents submitted in another language.
- Certificates and diplomas must have the Apostille stamp issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the country of origin or by the body in charge of this process, according to the Hague Convention. In the case of countries that do not belong to the Hague Convention, certificates and diplomas must be authenticated or bear the seal of the consul of Colombia in the country of origin, and be countersigned by the Colombian Foreign Ministry.
- Student visa or a valid document for the corresponding academic period or a valid immigration card/resident card/ green card issued by the Colombian Administrative Department of Security (DAS) or the entity in charge of this process.
- Certificate of Compulsory Health Insurance in Colombia or health insurance certificate from the country of origin.
Note: graduate requirements approved by the Board of Governors according to the Graduate study programs regulations (agreed on 5 September 07, 2010).
Modality: On campus
Duration: 75 credits (2 years approx..)
Schedule: Monday to Saturday from 7:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Inscription Cost: $218.300 COP
Whole Registration Cost: $49.004.750 COP
UAM Graduates Registration Cost: $47.534.608 COP
Graduates Association Registration Cost: $46.064.465 COP