The Faculty of Dentistry offers challenges to young people interested in an in-depth studies in bio-medical profession, along with technical proficiency, as well as challenges in research, teaching and clinical service.
At the end of three years of study, the degree of "Bachelor of Medical Sciences" (B.Med.Sc) is awarded and after the end of five years of studies, the degree "Doctor of Dentistry" is awarded.
In dentistry there are a number of fields in which clinical specialization can be acquired.
Dentistry is a dynamic profession that provides work opportunities both in private and public sectors, while providing great self-fulfillment.
Those who choose the dental faculty can sleep peacefully. This Faculty has one of the highest percentages of passing the licensing exams in Israel (Stage 1 and Stage 2) compared to other universities abroad.
The Faculty has rich budgets, innovative equipment and a new complex of clinics and buildings.
High level of instruction, equipment and academic chairs that provide theoretical material according to the American syllabus, as well as uncompromising practical requirements, not only prepare the student studying dentistry for success in passing the licensing test, but also provide him with skills that will ensure his success in the private sector.
Unlike students in general medicine, students at the dental faculty are "thrown into deep water." As early as the first year, students are required to be able to do precise work with their hands during practical lessons.
Due to the demand and complexity of the profession, a small number of students are admitted to this faculty, but upon admission, you will be counted as the elite of the group.
Beginning from the third year, the student is integrated into afternoon clinics and in fact begins a practical work treating real patients.
Continuous cooperation with dental faculties in the US, Romania, Russia, France and the Czech Republic gives students exposure to various techniques and "thinking outside the box".
This course focuses on implants, facial reconstruction, microsurgery and oral and maxillofacial surgery, which contributes to acceptance in Israel for further specialization in oral and maxillofacial surgery, orthodontics, endodontics and more.
At the end of the fifth year students will sit for theoretical exams in all courses, which examine the material studied throughout the clinical years. In addition to these exams and accompanying clinical requirements, the students will also do practical tests in some of the courses, in order to assess their professional abilities.