About the Department of Dental Medicine
The Department of Dental Medicine (Dentmed) conducts research and offers education at first and third level in dentistry, dental hygiene and dental technology. In addition, the department offers a student clinic open to the public where students practice supervised by experienced instructors.
The Department of Dental Medicine conducts broad ranging research in the field of oral health with the objective of contributing to the improvement of human oral health and preventing and treating oral disease.
The KI Huddinge Campus offers excellent opportunities for conducting odontological research of high international class. The laboratories are well designed and contain high quality equipment. Its proximity to Novum, the Centre for Biosciences, Karolinska University Hospital in Huddinge, and Södertörn University College helps to create a unique, creative and dynamic environment.
The Department of Dental Medicine conducts education at first (Bachelor's) and third (Doctoral) level. We currently have some 500 first-level students and 40 doctoral students.
First cycle (Bachelor's) education
Most of our educational activities take place at first level on the study programmes in dentistry, dental hygiene and dental technology. The department also has responsibility for the continuation courses on the dental hygiene study programme, with a particular focus on periodontal disease and implant treatments.
Third cycle (Doctoral) education
The doctoral programme, with its equivalent of four years full-time study and resulting PhD, is the highest possible academic degree in Sweden. The Department of Dental Medicine conducts doctoral education in oral science, admissions to which are handled directly by the department. The programme comprises 20 weeks of formal education and research under the supervision of one of the department's clinical or experimental units.
Our Swedish web site
For more information, visit our Swedish web site: ki.se/dentmed