Notice: Due to capacity reasons, the provision of conservative surgical remediation procedures under general anesthesia is restricted in the departments of restorative dentistry and pediatric dentistry. The admission of new patients to the Oral Medicine Department (oral mucosal diseases) is also limited due to capacity reasons.
Department of Maxillofacial Surgery
Solution of complicated teeth, facial bones, jaw joint, soft head and neck tissue, orbit and cranial base (inflammations, neoplasms, traumas, facial anomalies and deformities, implantology, reconstructive surgery, sleep apnea syndrome). Reconstruction of tissues by microsurgical technique, development of implant systems, photonic medicine (verification of new photosensitizers), biomechanics of facial system.
Department of Dental Surgery
Surgical procedures on the teeth, alveolar process of the jaws and adjacent soft tissues of the oral cavity. Verifying the effects of ozone on the healing of soft tissues and bones of the orofacial region.
Department of Orthodontics
Diagnosis and therapy of anomalous status, number and shape of teeth, inter-jaw relationships, facial deformations. Clarification of developmental trends of facial skeleton morphology, focus on facial clefts and other developmental defects.
Department of Pedomatology
Diagnosis and therapy of teeth and other tissues of the oral cavity of patients of children including patients with disabilities, treatment of children in analgosedation and general anesthesia. The use of HA-based remineralization materials for preparation of area caries lesions of the enamel, treatment of early childhood caries according to the principles of interceptive dentistry.
The Department of Clinical and Experimental Dentistry (ÚKES) focuses on the epidemiological study of oral diseases, especially dental caries and periodontitis, on the evaluation of the dental care system, on clinical and laboratory research on the relationship of oral and some general diseases (diabetes, renal insufficiency, atherosclerosis, cardiovascular disease) , especially from the point of view of oral microbiology and immunology and from the point of view of the heavy metal load risk used in dentistry.
Furthermore, ÚKES deals with anthropological research of the jaw-dental system with applications of digital 3D imaging methods, research of physical and mechanical properties of dental materials used in modern nursing technologies, non-invasive diagnostics of incipient lesions and techniques of minimal intervention dentistry.
ÚKES provides postgraduate scientific education PDSB for internal and combined studies in the fields of Immunology, Microbiology, Preventive Medicine and Biomechanics with its laboratory and clinical base and its own trainers in the mentioned fields. ÚKES provides lifelong learning courses for dentists and dental nurses.