Specialization in Operative Dentistry
(MEC / CFO)
Approved by the Brazilian Education Ministry (MEC) and the Federal Council of Dentistry (CFO). CFO order No. 589/2006
Operative Dentistry is a branch of specialty which deals with the prevention and treatment of carious processes, defects, and other aesthetic considerations involving the natural teeth. It also involves the maintenance and restoration of the functional physiologic integrity of teeth as they relate to other hard and soft tissue structures of the oral cavity.
- Specialist in Dentistry, by the Faculty of Pindamonhangaba;
- Recognized by Brazilian Ministry of Education
- Recognized by Brazilian Federal Council of Dentistry
José Júnior Chibebe, Dr.
- Specialist in Operative Dentistry;
- Master in Dentistry.
Professors of Specific Subjects
- Chibebe Júnior José, MSc.;
- Vieira Mônica Maria Santiago Fonseca, MSc..
Summary of program content
- Aesthetic and Cosmetic Dentistry;
- Treatment planning and esthetic enhancement;
- Modern techique of dental isolation;
- Rubber Dam Placement;
- Shade Selection;
- Dental Bleaching;
- In-Office technique – vital and non-vital;
- Professionally supervised take-home bleaching;
- “Walking bleach”;
- Association of techniques;
- Dental adhesives – total etch and self etch;
- Techniques and materials for substrate dental protection.
- Predictable restoration – composite resin – nanofilled composites;
- Fractured theeth;
- Class I & II;
- Class III;
- Class IV;
- Class V;
- Diastema Closure;
- Posts & Cores.
Inlays , Onlays &Overlays
- Impression Taking;
- Lab Communications.
- Direct Resin;
- Direct/Indirect Resin;
- Porcelain & Indirect Resin.
- Bridges with Partial Coverage Retainers;
- Bridges with Full Coverage Retainers;
- Provisional Crowns & Bridges.
- Contouring and Polishing Porcelain;
- Contouring and Polishing Resin-Based Materials;
- Cosmetic Contouring;
- Cosmetic mockups;
- Cosmetic Periodontics;
- Enamel Microabrasion;
- Maintaining Esthetic Restorations;
- 18 modules of 3 days each, in Portugal (Lisbon and Porto);
- 2 modules of 10 days each - Brazil (Faculty of Pindamonhangaba);
- 1 module of 05 days - Brazil (Faculty of Pindamonhangaba).
Total of 21 modules
Number of Hours
- 18 monthly modules of 24 hours each, total of 432 hours - Portugal;
- 2 modules of 10 days and 1 module of 5 days, total of 250 hours - Brazil;
- 68 hours for extra class studies;
- Guided studies (literature review, work, seminars, articles, and Poster Monograph);
- Subjects of Concentration Area - 448 hours;
- Subjects of Correlated Area and Obligatory Subjects - 234 hours;
- Distance Learning - 68 hours;
- Total hours - 750
Coordinator: José Júnior Chibebe, MSc.
Claudemir de Carvalho, Dr. - Coordinator of Research, Post graduation and Extension
Phone: (+55 12) 3648-8323 - Ext.: 227
Office hours: 07:30 am to 12:00 pm - 01:00 pm to 04:00 pm (Brazilian Time Zone UTC -03:00)