Professional Master programme in Soft tissue management around teeth and implants - code: (9050) - 9050

Code 9050
Academic Year 2020-2021
Subject area Health
Campus Bologna
Level Second
Director Giovanni Zucchelli
Duration Annual
Teaching methods Conventional
Language English
Cost The fee required from students attending the Professional Master's Programme is 14.000
Instalments first instalment 7000 (seven thousand) Euros, second instalment 7000 (seven thousand) Euros
Application deadline

Sep 25, 2020 (Expired)

Enrolment start and end from 30 October to 30 November 2020
Main Department
Department of Medical and Surgical Sciences - DIMEC
Professional Profile
The master has the aim of forming the figure dentist with specific competence
about periodontal and implant clinical management.
Number of participants
Min: 10 Max: 30
International Professional Master's programme
Admission qualifications
a) LM-46 - Dentistry and orthodontics (Single cycle degree/Combined Bachelor and Master - 300/360 ECTS)
b) LM-41 - Degree in medicine and surgery specializing in stomatology and / or licensed to practice dentistry;
Linguistic skills
Selection criteria
Admission to the Master is subject to a positive opinion based on evaluation of motivational letter, curriculum vitae and post-graduated certificates.
Place of teaching
Study plan
  • From diagnosis to treatment of the patient. Non-surgical periodontal therapy - MED/28;
  • Principles of mucogingival surgery - MED/28;
  • Graft techniques -  MED/28;
  • Treatment of multiple gingival recession - MED/28;
  • Periodontal regeneration - MED/28;
  • Apical positioned flap and osseous resective surgery - MED/28;
  • Prevention and treatment of soft tissue dehiscence around implant  - MED/28;
  • Implant surgical therapy - MED/28


Compulsory attendance
Final Examination

AlmaLaurea Master’s Degree survey results

Professional Master programme notices

Coronavirus Emergency - Notification of changes in the call for application and enrolment dates - All interested parties are hereby notified that the call for applications deadline has been extended to September 25 and enrolment will take place from October 30 to November 30, 2020