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Department of Oral Medicine
Gundulićeva 5, HR-10000 Zagreb, Croatia
Founded in 1962.

Head of Department: prof. dr. sc. Vanja Vučićević Boras

Tel: , Fax: +385 1 4802159
Email: zom@sfzg.hr
URL: www.sfzg.unizg.hr/zom

 


Employees and Courses

Full Professor
Title Name and surname Phone num. Phone priv. e-mail Location
prof. dr. sc. Ivan Alajbeg +38514802174 (220) 220 e-mail A-3-20
prof. dr. sc. Marinka Mravak-Stipetić +38514802129 114 e-mail  
prof. dr. sc. Vanja Vučićević-Boras +38514802129 220 e-mail A-3-20
Associate Professor
Title Name and surname Phone num. Phone priv. e-mail Location
izv. prof. dr. sc. Vlaho Brailo 220 e-mail A-3-20
Assistant Professor
Title Name and surname Phone num. Phone priv. e-mail Location
doc. dr. sc. Ana Andabak Rogulj e-mail  
doc. dr. sc. Božana Lončar Brzak 174 e-mail A-0-3
doc. dr. sc. Danica Vidović Juras e-mail  
OTHERS
Title Name and surname Phone num. Phone priv. e-mail Location
vms. Branka Crnković e-mail  
Mirjana Majić e-mail  
Title English level Semester Program INFO
Dental care of medically complex patients
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10, 9 university integrated undergraduate and graduate INFO
Oral medicine I
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9 university integrated undergraduate and graduate INFO
Oral medicine II
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11, 12 university integrated undergraduate and graduate INFO
Oral medicine II
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11, 12 university integrated undergraduate and graduate INFO
Smoking and oral health
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5, 6 university integrated undergraduate and graduate INFO

Department of Oral Medicine

The staff of the Department of Oral medicine is responsible for teaching undergraduate students subject-Oral Medicine towards receiving a degree “Doctor of Dental Medicine”. The aim of the Oral Medicine undergraduate education is to teach students how to recognize, diagnose and treat patients with different oral diseases like oral mucosal lesions, chronic orofacial pain and salivary gland dysfunction secondary to drug therapy, autoimmune diseases and cancer. Undergraduate education in oral medicine is divided into preclinical oral medicine which consists one semester of theoretical lectures and seminars in the 5th year and two semesters of specialist clinical practice in the 6th year.

The Department of Oral Medicine provides clinical services for the patients with oral mucosal diseases, salivary gland diseases and orofacial pain syndromes as well as dental management of medically complex patients. Furthermore, a three year specialist training in Oral Medicine is conducted at the Department. Upon completion of the training and specialist exam a title “Specialist in Oral Medicine” is obtained.  The staff also participates in continuing education courses for dentists and medicine doctors. The Department staff participates in national and international research projects. Students and dentists are encouraged to participate in Department’s research activities.

Our values are:

  • excellence and integrity in teaching, research and patient care
  • education of students and professionals guided by evidence-based patient care principles
  • collaboration with colleagues regionally, nationally and internationally
  • compassion for patients, students and colleagues