The Master of Science in Periodontology at HBMCDM is 36-month didactic, clinical and research program that provides excellence in education and train graduate students in clinical practice skills to diagnose, manage and/or prevent diseases and abnormalities affecting the supporting tissues of teeth and dental implants under the supervision of experienced and internationally renowned clinicians and researchers in the field of periodontology and implant dentistry.
The clinical component allows residents to gain experience in conventional non-surgical and surgical treatment modalities in periodontology including regenerative, functional, and aesthetic surgical procedures. Residents are also trained in basic and advanced surgical procedures in implant dentistry employing a wide range of dental implant systems.
The research component encourages the residents to participate in basic or clinical research activities within the College and present their findings at national and international professional meetings.
The Master of Science in Periodontology at HBMCDM prepares the graduate students to be an integral member of multidisciplinary oral health teams and embrace a lifelong philosophy of learning and developing their profession.