DENTISTRY (DOUBLE-MAYOR PROGRAM) with official recognition of studies No. 2002180 for the Campestre Campus from the Federal Department of Education (SEP)
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introduction

El Licenciado en Odontología, se dedica a establecer la prevención, el diagnóstico, el pronóstico y llevar a cabo el plan de tratamiento de las enfermedades bucodentales para brindar función y estética, además evalúa las condiciones sistémicas que guarda el paciente y la detección de patologías y/o enfermedades generales que se manifiestan a través de la boca.

Si tienes interés por desarrollarte como un Profesional de la Salud enfocado a los problemas bucodentales y te gustaría trabajar en el diseño de Planes de Tratamiento que tengan como objetivo devolver la salud y estética y que procuren una salud integral de los pacientes. Te invitamos a estudiar con nosotros.

¿Cuáles son las características que te facilitarían estudiar esta carrera?

 
Intereses

Ciencias de la Salud
Bienestar ajeno
Trabajo en equipo
Biología
Habilidades
Destreza manual
Empatía
Proactividad
Capacidad de observación
Valores
Responsabilidad
Respeto
Solidaridad
 


acreditado por

CONAEDO - Consejo Nacional de Educación Odontológica
area of work

Si estudias Odontología podrás desempeñarte tanto en el sector público como en el sector privado, en instituciones de salud, clínicas u hospitales, como médico especialista, investigador o administrador de servicios de salud bucal.

Además, tendrás los conocimientos para poder ejercer de manera privada, estableciendo tu consultorio propio. De igual forma, podrás laborar en centros de investigación, universidades e instituciones de educación, como docente o administrativo.

why study with us?

• We are recognized by the Dental Board of California, allowing our graduates to practice in that State once they meet the current regulations for licensure.

• We are accredited by the National Council on Dental Education (CONAEDO).

• Our faculty has a high academic level; 90% of our Professors have at least one Specialty or a Doctoral degree.

• What distinguishes us is our Model of Care and Clinical Evaluation, which enables students to provide services for patient care, whit real cases, advised by their professors.

• Our curriculum offers a comprehensive training, helping students to acquire an accurate view of the world and life.
support facilities

• Laboratory of mannequins to simulate real-life patients clinical conditions.

• Radiology Lab: with X-ray equipment.

• Laboratory for Practices: You can perform multiple practices, from waxing to practices with a variety of dental materials.

• Clinical Support Laboratories: These labs are in clinics covering the needs generated in these areas.

• Computer Center: over 600 computers available to you for classes and do your work, with the facilities and equipment necessary for the development of your projects.

• We have audiovisual equipment and resources in our classroom, for interactive classes.

• Library with over 110,000 volumes for specialized consultation and recreation. Specialized magazines (newspaper archive), map library, video library, and internet room for electronic consultations with high-speed server and trained library staff to support your consultation.

• All outdoor common within the Campus, have wireless internet network.

• Language Center where English, French, Italian and Spanish languages are taught.

• You will have contact with the clinics since first semester. Our clinics are new and modern, equipped with dental units and cutting-edge equipment.

• From the 4th semester, you will perform treatments directly on patients, with the supervision of dental Specialists, and in accordance to progress you can perform treatments with greater complexity, so upon graduation you have excellent practical level.

• You can also participate in events organized by the University such as: academic weeks, lectures, visits, conferences and internships.
entry profile and degree profile

CONOCIMIENTOS
• En aplicación de reglas ortográficas básicas y de los elementos gramaticales básicos
• En la ejecución de operaciones aritméticas básicas
• Para el manejo de lenguaje algebraico
• Comprensión y análisis de conceptos básicos de química inorgánica
• Comprensión y análisis de conceptos básicos de química orgánica
• Conceptos básicos de equilibrio químico
• Teorías de la evolución
• De la estructura y fisiología celular
• De conceptos y procesos de genética
• De la anatomía y fisiología humana
• Física general

HABILIDADES
• Manejo preciso del lenguaje escrito.
• Análisis y síntesis de textos
• Inferencia de ideas a partir de textos
• Comunicación correcta de las ideas mediante el uso preciso del lenguaje
• Inducción de reglas a partir de series numéricas
• Traducción del lenguaje natural al lenguaje matemático
• Deducciones simbólicas a partir de relaciones espaciales
• Planteamiento táctico mediante aplicación de fórmulas
• Producción de alternativas con soluciones creativas
• Solución de problemas de probabilidad y estadística
 
ACTITUDES
• Disposición para el trabajo en equipo
• Gusto por el estudio
• Aprecio por el cuidado de la salud

perfil de egreso

CONOCIMIENTOS
• Diagnóstico médico y bucal
• Odontología restauradora y prevención de enfermedades bucales
• Prótesis dental
• Cirugía maxilofacial y bucal
• Especialidades: Ortodoncia, Endodoncia, Periodoncia, Odontogeriatría, Odontopediatría.
 
HABILIDADES
• Identificar y prevenir las enfermedades bucales y sistémicas con manifestaciones bucales de los pacientes odontológicos.
• Establecer planes de tratamiento proponiendo un manejo adecuado multidisciplinario.
• Mantener comunicación clara y precisa con los pacientes y con pares en el área de la salud.
• Realizar los planes de tratamiento establecidos.
• Identificar, utilizar y aplicar las técnicas para manipular materiales e instrumental odontológico bajo estándares de control de infección.
• Identificar y prescribir medicamentos y sus interacciones.
• Aplicar técnicas de atención odontológica básica general (anestesia, toma de radiografías, fomento de la salud).
• Establecer el manejo administrativo eficiente de un consultorio.
• Manejar y aplicar la reglamentación sanitaria y la relacionada con la profesión.
 
ACTITUDES Y VALORES
• Actualización constante en el área odontológica, lo que asegurará un tratamiento de calidad.
• Reflexión y crítica, con el fin de identificar los problemas de salud en la sociedad y proponer estrategias de solución.
• Reflexión y crítica acerca del desempeño de la profesión generando conciencia acerca de sus posibilidades y limitaciones.
• Metódico y ordenado, para tener eficiencia en sus funciones profesionales odontológicas.
• Empatía y tolerancia para establecer una buena comunicación con el paciente, obteniendo su confianza y colaboración en los tratamientos que se desarrollen.
• Disponibilidad continua para atender a los pacientes según las necesidades del tratamiento.
curriculum

Does the Degree is offered does turn?
Morning and mixed.

What is the duration of the race semesters?
ten semesters.

What subjects are taught in the race?
 
First semester
Human Anatomy
Histology and Embriology I
Biochemistry
Biosecurity
Dental Anatomy
Preventive Odontology
Critical Thinking Skill
Foreign Language Elective I
World and National Context
Second semester
Physiology
Histology and Embriology II
Microbiology
Radiology and Imaging I
Dental Preoperative
Safety in Dental Care
Professional Communication
Psychology Applied to the Practice of Health Sciences
Foreign Language Elective II
Third semester
General Patology
Pharmacotherapy
Propedeutic
Radiology and Imaging I
Techniques Surgical I
Dentals Materials
Dental Operative
Basic Clinic
Foreign Language Elective III
The Humanism
Fourth semester
Medical Emergencies
Management of Patients with Medical Problems
Oral Pathology
Techniques Surgical II
Periodontics I
Prosthodontics
Dental Care Clinic I
Foreign Language Elective IV
Religion, Culture and Trascendence
Fifth semester
Endodontics I
Occlusion
Periodontics II
Removable prosthesis
Total Prosthesis
Dental Care Clinic II
Public Health
The World in the Christian Perspective
Sixth semester
Endodontics II
Implantology
Surgery I
Pediatric Dentistry I
Geriatric Dentistry
Dental Care Clinic III
Epidemiology
Christian Community in the post modernism
Seventh semester

Surgery I
Pediatric Dentistry II
Dental Care Clinic IV
Research Methodology
Business Development I
Citizenship and Social Responsibility
Eighth semester

Dentistry Multidisciplinary
Orthodontics
Dental Care Clinic V
Research Workshop II
Business Development II
Bioethics
Ninth semester

National Boards Medical Sciences
National Board Dental Sciences
Professional Licensure Examination
Dental Office Administration
Law and Ethics
Jurisprudence
Dental Care Clinic VI
Oral Nitrous Oxide Sedation
 

Objective and graduate profile

Download Curriculum General Objetives.

Skills and Attitudes

COGNITIVE FUNCTIONS:

The Dentistry student must be able to solve problems, to have the skills to understand and learn the information obtained from books, conferences, demonstrations, etc.

The student must understand, analyze, integrate the information given and must be able to use it.

FINE AND GROSS MOTOR SKILL SENSORY SKILLS.

The Dentistry student must have all the required motor and sensory skills, manual, visual, audio and corporal.

The student must have a good physical condition to accomplish working long hours.

COMMUNICATIVE SKILLS

The Dentistry student must have and develop communication skills, so the communication with the patient is effective, as well as the way he/she communicates with the Faculty Members colleges and supporting personnel. The student must show a respectful attitude, it is essential to have an open approach, to follow the ethics and be a professional towards all the people they relate to.

BEHAVIOR SKILLS

The Dentistry student must be capable to work under stress and to have the ability to respond in the correct way in unpredictable situations, always showing a professional attitude.

Competencies and Educational Results of the Degree in Dentistry

Download Competencies Dental School.

Formative Axis



Synthesis Subjects

Download Synthesis Subjects.

 
faculty members

BASIC MEDICAL SCIENCE

Department Head
Dra. Ana María Leticia Fernandez Urtasún

Members
Dr. Eduardo José Hernández Quesada
Dr. Ana María Leticia Fernández Urtasún
Dr. Laura María Diaz Guzmán
Q.F.B. Leticia Aurora Zúñiga Orozco
Dr. Fernando Rodríguez Villalón

Subjects
• Human Anatomy
• Histology and Embryology I and II
• Physiology
• Biochemistry
• Microbiology
• General Pathology
• Pharmacology and Dental Therapeutics

DIAGNOSIS AND ORAL MEDICINE

Department Head
Dr. Laura María Díaz Guzmán

Members
Dr. María Guadalupe Mares Navarro
Dr. Mariluz Padilla Diaz
Dr. Carlos Martín Sánchez Rivera
Dr. Jesús De santos Alba
Dr. Ana María Leticia Fernández Urtasún
Dr. Enrique Armando Lee Gómez
Dr. Ana Cecilia Huerta Flores
Dr. Irma Ponce Casillas
Dr. José Andrés Hernández Fernández
Dr. Elba Lucia del C. Caballero García
Dr. Juana Berenice Márquez González
Dr. Yaret García Camarena
Lic. Mario Peña Dodero
Dr. César Ayala Bernal

Subjects
• Community Odontology I and II
• Preventive and Restorative Orthodontics I, II and III
• Dental Clinic I and II
• Biosecurity
• Prevention Clinic (Service)
• Radiology and Imaging I y II
• Medical and Clinical Propedeutics
• Bucal Pathology
• Medical Emergencies
• Management of patientes with Medical Problems
• Psychology Applied to Dental Practice
• Admission and diagnostic Clinic
• Emergency Clinic

PREVENTION AND PRIMARY CARE

Department Head
Dr. José Miguel Damián García Guerra

Members
Dr. Corina Flores Hernández
Dr. Marcela Vázquez Tejada
Dr. Consuelo Patricia Trujillo Sánchez
Dr. Carlos Martín Sánchez Rivera
Dr. Juan Antonio Ramos Araiza
Dr. Sergio López Falcón
Dr. Martha De La luz Lara Hernández
Dr. Lucia Monserrat Jiménez Longoria
Dr. Elizabeth López Pérez
Dr. María Teresa Alonso Padilla
Dr. Sanjuana Serrano Reyes
Dr. José Avelino Vargas Loza

Subjects
• Community Dental Care II y II.
• Preventive and Restorative Dentistry I II III.
• Comprehensive Dental Care Clinic I
• Biosafety
• Prevention Clinic

ORAL REHABILITATION

Department Head
Dr. Blanca Estela Juárez Vega

Members
Dr. Maria Teresa Zermeño Loredo
Dr. Patricia Ortega Luna
Dr. Brenda Jennifer Salgado López
Dr. Rosa Antonia López Parada
Dr. Carlos Martín Sánchez Rivera
Dr. Alberto Domínguez Hernández
Dr. Eduardo Chávez Barajas
Dr. Francisco de P. Curiel Torres
Dr. Sergio Guadalupe López Falcón
Dr. Angélica Cervantes Hernández
Dr. Evelyn Pérez Charles
Dr. Oliver González Fonseca
Dr. Carlos Rangel Fuentes
Dr. Graciela Pío.
Dr. Antonio Efraín Gallardo Rocha
Dr. Verónica Yolanda Ayerdi Torres
Dr.Cynthia Bañuelos García

Subjects
• Dental Materials
• Dental Anatomy
• Occlusion
• Fixed Dental Prosthesis
• Removable Prosthesis
• Total Prosthesis
• Inplant Dentistry
• Geriatric Dentistry
• Comprehensive Dental Care Clinic II ,III, IV

DENTAL SPECIALTIES

Head Periodontics
Dr. José Luis Castellanos Suárez

Periodontics Members
Dr. Sanjuana Serrano Reyes
Dr. Francisco Salvador García Valenzuela
Dr. José Salinas Mendoza
Dr. José Gerardo Alonso García
Dr. José Avelino Vargas Loza

Head Endodontics
Sergio Curiel Torres

Endodontics Members
Dr. Mary Jean McGrath Bernal
Dr. María Teresa Muñozcano Iriarte
Dr. Mónica Mayorga Mata
Dr. Adriana Medina Romo
Dr. Margarita Acuña Castro
Dr. Angel González Chávez

Head Surgery
Dr. Benjamín Morales Trejo

Surgery Members
Dr. Luis Horacio Rojas López
Dr. Carlos Daniel Rivas Béjar
Dr. David Félix Lesso Arredondo
Dr. José Angel Lonato Ponce

Head Pediatrics
Dr. María Concepción Cabrera Sánchez

Pediatric Members
Dr. Olga Lilia Aranda Alba
Dr. Eduardo José Hernández Quesada
Dr. Leslie Dubey Malagón
Dr. Graciela Pío Castillo
Dr. Georgina de Jesús Núñez González
Dr. María Alicia Pérez Ríos
Dr. Liliana Gutiérrez Pérez
Nurse. Rosario Pérez Hinojosa
Dr. Christian Andrea López Ayuso

Head Orthodontics
Dr. Felipe Pérez Zamora

Orthodontics Members
Dr. Felipe Pérez Zamora
Dr. Salvador Ferrer Tamburini

SELECTED ISSUES IN DENTISTRY

Faculty:
Dr. Marco Escobar.
Dr. Mauricio González Del Castillo Silva
Dr. Luis Antonio Fandiño Torres
Dr. José Luis Castellanos Suárez
Dr. Luis Carbajal Bello
Dr. Eduardo José Hernández Quesada

Subjects
• Periodontology I and II
• Endodontics I and II
• Selected Topics in Dentistry
• Surgery I through IV
• Clinic Mandibular Joint Disfunction (Service)
• Surgery (Service)
• Pediatric Dentistry I and II
• Orthodontics
• Orthodontics Clinic (Service)
• Service under sedation and general anesthesia (Service)
• Comprehensive Dental Care Clinic V

SOCIAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT

Department Head
Dr. Gabriela García Ceballos

Head Dental Unit Mobil
Dr. Christian Andrea López Ayuso

Graduates Students-Social Service
Jorge Reyes Berlanga
Javier Saenz de Viteri Tejeda
Denisse Navarro García

POSTGRADUATE COORDINATORS AND CIRO
( International Dental Programs-2 Years Program)


Endodontics

Dr. Mauricio González del Castillo Silva

Prosthodontics and Implantology
Dr. Luis Antonio Fandiño Torres

Pediatric Dentistry
Dr. Arnoldo Murillo Vázquez

Orthodontics
Dr. Salvador Antonio Ferrer Tamburini

CIRO
Dr. Luis Carbajal Bello

CIRO-Sub Coordinator
Dr. Rosita López Parada

INSTITUTIONALS SUBJECTS

Technology
· Professional Communication
· Applied Information Technolog
· Business Development I, II

Research
• Research Methodology

Language
• Foreign Language Elective I, II, III,

Humanities
• The Formative Process of the Person
• Philosophical Anthropology
• Man as a Community Being
• The Worldview of Religions
• Man as a social being
• Man in search of the Christian project
• Man in the Church Community
• Professional Ethics
assistance model

Model of Clinical - MAC

The Model of Clinical Care (MAC) has a view to creating a clearly-designed outline of administrative and academic procedure that will assure adequate attention to patients and the development of competencies on the part of students of the Dental School UDLSB

The MAC is thus the frame of reference indicating guidelines, procedures and points of control in the provision of services and the monitoring of students learning.

The fundamental aspect for development in clinic is that of the formation of groups or work teams from mixed-semester groups which provide comprehensive care to patients; these work teams are coordinated academically by a tutor and clinically by professors (Clinic Supervisors), thus ensuring not only that students learn, but also the provision of adequate attention during the procedures, whether complex or simple, that patients require.

Clinics Evaluation Model - MEC

The Clinics Evaluation Model (MEC) is based on the pedagogic principle of theory and practice. Dental clinics are considered an integrating space for what has been learned inside the classroom and its application on patients. Clinic Evaluations is measured through this instruments that were designed for this purpose:

a) A yellow card in which progress of treatment plans is registered.
b) The rubrics card in which evidences for performance are collected.
c) The ongoing evaluations which monitor the completion of standard requirements.
d) Final exam which evaluates the competencies of the corresponding area. It is based on instrument and is divided into two sections: theory and practice.
academic exchange

En la Universidad De La Salle Bajío podrás realizar los trámites para estudiar un semestre en otra universidad ya sea en México o en el extranjero si después de haber concluido 4 semestres de la licenciatura: cuentas con un promedio histórico de 8.5 y eres alumno regular (sin adeudo de materias).

Te invitamos a que consultes las opciones de intercambio académico que existen para tu carrera.

Universidad del Mayab
Mérida Yucatán 

Universidad de Monterrey
Monterrey, Nuevo León.

Universidad Justo Sierra
México, D.F.

Universidad Anáhuac
México, D.F.

Universidad del Valle de México
México, D.F.

Universidad Intercontinental
México. D.F.

Universidad del Valle de Puebla
Puebla, Pue.

Universidad Popular Autónoma del Estado de Puebla UPAEP
Puebla, Pue.

Universidad Internacional de las Américas
San José de Costa Rica Odontología 

Universidad Santo Tomás
Bucaramanga, Colombia

Universidad Mayor de Chile
Temuco, Chile

Universidad Católica de Brasilia
Brasilia, Brasil

Universidad de Granada
Granada, España

Si te interesa obtener informes sobre trámites, requisitos y documentación, consulta la sección de Intercambio Académico.

scholarships and financial aid

The Universidad De La Salle Bajío's Financial Aid Department through its General Scholarship Committee has the responsibility of administrating the Scholarship and Financing Programs.

The Universidad De La Salle Bajío offers the following Scholarships. Each Scholarship has its own purpose and criteria:
• Scholarship of Excellence
• Academic Scholarship
• Family Scholarship
• Loss of parent or tutor Scholarship
• Sports Scholarship
• Cultural Scholarship

Scholarship Procedure:
Students interested in applying for a scholarship can find the information on the University's website, posted in the numerous notice boards located throughout the University, or by contacting the Office of Financial Aid directly at becas@delasalle.edu.mx

Once a student submits the application to the Financial Aid Department, the application is sent to the Scholarship Committee for review. Results are posted on the University's website two weeks prior to the first day of classes at the beginning of each semester.

Scholarship Awards range from 10% to 90%. Percentages are applied to tuition fees only, with the exception of the Academic Scholarship; any amount awarded by this scholarship is applied towards registration fees as well. However, registration must be paid in full first, and then once the percentage of scholarship awarded is applied, the amount paid in access is credited to the outstanding monthly tuition fees.

The scholarship continues as long as the student maintains an average grade of 8.0 by the end of each semester and does not fail any subjects. No renewal process is needed, if requirements are met.
The beneficiary of any scholarship is subject to no charges or repayments of any kind.

Financing Program
The Scholarship Committee is also responsible for the Financing Program. Financing awards range from 10% to 60%. The percentage is determined through an analysis of the application and an assessment of the applicant's economic situation. This percentage is applied to tuition fees only. Financing is renewed every semester.

Upon completion of their studies, students begin repayment of the financed percentage according to the tuition cost at the time of payment, and must complete the payment within the same period of time as the financed period. For example, if student received financing for two years, the student will have two years following graduation to repay amount due.

Each semester, the UDLSB's Financial Aid Office will issue a financial statement indicating the amount owed. In addition, students may also access the University's website www.delasalle.edu.mx "Comunidad de Alumnos" to check their financial status.

Students who interrupt their studies, or do not re-enroll must pay the amount owed up to the point of their withdrawal.

There is also financial support available through Government agencies, such as EDUCAFIN, which provides support for education. EDUCAFIN is a collaborative organization between the Federal and State Government to provide support to students who study a major or a technical degree in either private or public institutions in the State of Guanajuato. Students start paying a monthly amount of the loan and after their graduation they have five years to pay their debt. For more information visit their website www.educafin.com.

For international Students
US and eligible non-US citizens seeking to enter our Dentistry Program, and require Financial Assistance must contact the Financial Aid Office for information.

Financial Aid Contact Information
Elizabeth Torres
Phone number: 52 (477) 710-8500 Ext. 713
E-mail address: etorrest@delasalle.edu.mx

Yolanda Lopez Hernández
Phone number: 52 (477) 710-8500 Ext. 313
E-mail address: ylopez@delasalle.edu.mx

Hours of service
9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Monday through Friday, and
Saturdays from 9:00 to 12:00 p.m.
(CST) Central Standard Time

Address:
Av. Universidad # 602
Col. Lomas del Campestre
Leon Gto. 37150
México
Financial Aid Office is located in the Administration Building 1st Floor
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costs

DENTAL SCHOOL UDLSB
ESTIMATED COSTS 2014-15

• Tuition per semester: Class 2014 $12,500.00 dlls,
• Basic Instrument : $6.300.00 Dlls ( for the 5 years)
• Complementary Material: $3.550 Dlls ( for the 5 years)
• Living and expenses : $25.500.00 Dlls ( for the 5 years)
• CPR courses: 2 during the program $140.00 Dlls each one
Accredited by the National Council on Dental Education (CONAEDO). Since August 2012, the California Dental Board recognizes the Academic and Clinical program of the Faculty of Dentistry.
Faculty of Dentistry
Campestre Campus
Tel.: (477) 7 10 85 70
Fax: (477) 7 18 55 11
c_odontologia@delasalle.edu.mx

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