Diplomawork Titles


Division of Human Surgery and Operative Techniques

Ferenc Győry M.D., Ph.D

Treatment options for perianal abscess


István Juhász M.D., Ph.D., C.Sc.


Cell-based therapeutic options for burns


Forehead reconstructions following skin cancer removal


Therapeutic options for dermal substitution in burns and their importance


Treatment options for scars. Current conservative, surgical or combined therapeutic strategies



Division of Dental Medicine

István Tornai M.D.,Ph.D


Alcoholic liver diseases


Diagnosis and treatment of primary biliary cirrhosis


Diagnostics and therapy of chronic hepatitis B

Arsham Alipour Birgani

Epidemiology, diagnostics and therapy of chronic hepatitis C

Shiva Shadman Yazadi

Signs, diagnostics and treatment of pre portal hypertension

Jodari Gholamzadeh Mohammad Hassan


Division of Biomaterials and Prosthetic Dentistry

Csaba Hegedűs M.Sc., Ph.D


Application of digital systems in dentistry

Hamid Javadi

Surface morphology and characterization of Ti implants


Zirconium oxide ceramics in dentistry


Tünde Radics D.M.D., Ph.D


Allergies in Prosthetic Dentistry

Zaninovic Ivo

Cementation of Dental Ceramics


Dental Aspects of Infective Endocarditis

Almuhanna Mohammed Ali A

István Lampé D.M.D


CAD/CAM technology in fabricating total removable dentures


Prosthetic rehabilitation of oral cancer patients


Katalin Bukovinszky D.M.D


Dimensional changes of dental composites


Mechanical characteristic of dental composites


Modern resin based esthetic filling materials


Tamás Bistey D.M.D., Ph.D


At-home bleaching


Intraoral scanners in orthodontics


Tooth whitening in clinical practice


Tünde Rente M.Sc


Preparation and evaluation of hydrogel-composites from hyaluronic acid for tissue engineering


Preparation and examination of hyaluronic acid-based hydrogels for dental application

Ali Ghodrati Pour

Synthesis and characterization of hyaluronic acid based nanostructured biocomposite

Seyed Amir Reza Adel

Ferenc Tóth M.Sc


Lentiviral gene transfer in dental pulp stem cells


The effect of BMP-7 overexpression on the differentiation of dental pulp stem cells


Use of a tetracycline-inducible gene expression for the regulation of osteogenesis


Farkas Kerényi M.Sc


Differentiation of dental stem cells to osteoblasts in vitro


Effect of different aerogel composites on differentiation of dental stem cells to osteoblast


József Bakó M.Sc


Functionalization possibilities of Ti-implants


Nanoparticles in drug delivery systems

Sohanpal Avraj Singh

New ways for tissue engineering in dentistry

Khaffaf Havrest

Melinda Szalóki M.Sc., Ph.D


Application of phage display technique to dental biomolecular interactions Comparative study of bonding techniques in histological thin bone section preparation

Chenah Leila

Application of SPR technique to peptide and dental allergen bindings


Effect of gold nanoparticles on resin matrix of dental filling materials


Effect of gold nanoparticles on resin matrix of dental filling materials


László Póti D.M.D


Conventionally and digitally registered maxillomandibular relations


Diagnostics and treatment possibilities of temporomandibular disorders


Surface threatment of composite resins


István Tombácz M.Sc., Ph.D


Investigation of the expression of integrins in cells grown on different material surfaces


The effect of modified titanium surfaces on the expression of genes involved in bone formation


Márta Szegedi D.M.D


Dental aspects of autoimmun diseases


Dental aspects of primer and secunder immundeficiencies


Oral manifestations of Hyper IgE syndrome


extra for Prostho:

Dr. Bistey

Basics of Fixed Prosthodontics


Dr. Szegedi

Basics of Total Removable Dentures


Dr. Lampé

Basics of Partial Removable Dentures


Dr. Radics

Prefabricated posts and their application in dentistry


Dr. Póti

Basics of Gnatology


Prof. Hegedűs

Basics of Technology of Fixed Prosthodontics


Dr. Pétercsák

Basics of Technology of Removable Dentures



Institute of Behavioural Sciences, Faculty of Public Health

Attila Bánfalvi M.A., Ph.D., C.Sc


Basic issues of psy-complex (psychology, psychotherapy, psychiatry)


Medicalization and its social context


Clinical Diary and the philosophy of doctor-patient relationship


The importance of the point of view of psychoanalysis for a humanistic medicine


Péter Molnár M.D., D.Sc


Inborn sociality-socialized individuality: the theory and its roots


Non-verbal behaviour: comparative analysis of biological and social aspects


Péter Kakuk M.A., Ph.D


Ethical and legal issues of genetic research


Ethical issues of research in the medical and health sciences


Professional ethics and the system of gratitude money in Hungary


The ethics of end-of-life decisions


Sándor Kőmüves M.A., Ph.D

End of life decisions


Roland Tisljár M.A., Ph.D


Evolutionary Psychopathology

Bijan Soliman

Humor and Mental Health

Shaun Soliman

Life History Strategy elements in mate choice, attachment, and mental health Dental anxiety and dental behavior management

Nishma Malde

Eszter Tisljár - Szabó M.A., Ph.D

Psychological interventions in dental practice



Department of Pharmacology and Pharmacotherapy

József Szentmiklósi M.D., Ph.D


Arrhythmic patient in dentistry

Mustafa El-Hayani

Pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatment of endothelial dysfunction


Sophie Khosravani

Pharmacology of antidepressive drugs: dental implications

Rida Maqsood Khawaja

Ágnes Cseppentő M.D.

Pharmacology of articaine

Mehdi Dehgani

Pharmacology of paracetamol and its use in dentistry

Etugo Adinu

Pharmacological and non-pharmacological methods of analgesia in dentistry

Siddique Khatija

Attila Megyeri M.D.,

The pharmacology of drugs used in advanced oral cancer

Mahsa Korki

Drugs Used in Sjorgen’s syndrome with focus on new and upcoming compounds

Sarah Khosravani



Division of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

Adrienne Szabó M.D., Ph.D


Odontogenic infections of the orbit


Perineural spread in squamosus cell carcinomas of the oral cavity


Salivary gland diseases


Etelka D. Tóth D.M.D


Iatrogenic dental injuries in need of dentoalveolar treatment


Local bleeding control methods in dentoalveolar surgery


Possible usage of laser in dentoalveolar surgery


Dóra Horváth M.D


Lipomas in maxillofacial region


Treatment facilities in chronic bilateral mandibular luxation


Treatment modalities in frontal sinus fractures


Levente Czompa M.D


Mandibular distraction osteogenesis


Odontogenic keratocyst


Treatment modalities of mandibular fractures in childhood


Enikő Gebri D.M.D


Dental consequence of malignant haematological patients' infections

Haseeb Ahmed Khokhar

Dental respects of myeloma multiplex

Bhumika Upreti

Dental treatment of patients receiving allogeneic peripheral blood stem cell transplantation


Levente Lukács D.M.D


Conservative treatment methods of temporomandibular dysfunctions

Valand Nirmal

MRONJ: prevention and therapy


Treatment possibilities of retained canines


Boglárka Skopkó D.M.D


Etiology and diagnosis of hyposalivation xerostomia

Torabi Meysam

Four-handed dentistry and specific aspects of treatment with general anaesthesia


General dental treatment of patients with cleft lip and palate

Dhanraj Singh Ghataure

Kálmán Remenyik D.M.D


Corticotomy in the maxillofacial surgery


Surgical guides in dental implant surgery

Sohanpal Avraj Singh

Tooth autotransplantation – a method to replace a missing one


Orsolya Liska D.M.D


Dental and surgical aspects of treating patients with special needs


Embriology, clinical appearance and treatment of non-odontogen cysts in the maxillofacial region


Possible treatment options of sinus perforation

Tran Minh Tu

Possible treatment options of sinus perforation



Division of Periodontology

István Varga D.M.D., Ph.D


Non Surgical therapy for periimplantitis


Comparison and accuracy of periodontal probing between students and professionals

Chhatralia Viral

Relationship between iron-deficiency anemia and periodontal status in female patients

Afnan Fahdawi

Periodontal microorganism and cardiovascular disease

Salma Mohamed Al-Noami

János Angyal D.M.D., Ph.D


Dental radiography in pediatric dentistry


Periodontal surgery and general health status

Gohil Avinash Vinod

Radiation protection in dental radiology


Ildikó Tar D.M.D., Ph.D

Effects of nicotine on periodontal tissue components

Amanda Bassey-Duke

Periodontal diseases in patients at risk of developing arthritis

Aqsa Bagha

Etimology & therapy of peri-implant disease

Tsai Yu-Chieh

Fissured tongue: possible risk factors in hepatological patients

Soroush Moshef Razavi (reg.2015/2016)


Burning Mouth Syndrome

Abd El Rahim Samara

Attitude of general dentists towards periodontal treatments

Parmar Vishal Hitesh

Oral disorders of liver disease patients

Gundecha Aashish Devesh


Division of Pediatric Dentistry and Orthodontics

Márta Alberth M.D., L.D.S., Ph.D


Personality and psychological factors: effect on dental health and belief

Rzaei Atieh

The importance of age groups in pediatric dentistry and prevention

Mahan Mohagheh Montazeri

The role of parents in the oral health of the child

Nematollah Negin

Judit Nemes D.M.D., Ph.D


Dietary cancer prevention

Astrid Candice Lendrum

Space maintenance in the primary and mixed dentition

Zahra Ehsani

Stainless steel crowns in pediatric dentistry


Judit Török D.M.D


Bracket systems

Ben Steinberg

Transversal malocclusions

Mbanaso Deborah Chiamaka

Treatment of Class III. cases

Taswinder Singh Moti

Gabriella Kovalecz D.M.D


Minor oral surgery in childhood


Oral manifestation of bacterial infection in childhood

Pekri Maria

Traumatic injuries in primary dentition

Antonietta Niola (5th year, def: 2017!)

Géza Vitályos D.M.D


Functional appliances


Orthodontic bonding materials


Periodontal aspects of orthodontic treatment


Nóra Rácz D.M.D >> Brigitta Baksa D.M.D.


Apexification: Comparison of Ca(OH)2 and MTA


Pulpotomy in primary teeth


Viktória Hegedűs D.M.D


Mandibular growth stimulation with removable functional appliances

Doo Roo Ihm

SME and RME techniques in the orthodontics

Saagar Kotecha

Changes in facial profile after in extraction and non-extraction treatment

Padala Lakshmanereddy


Division of Restorative Dentistry

Barna Kelentey D.M.D., Ph.D., C.Sc


History of composite filling


History of dental drills


Symptoms of caries and diagnostical relations


Alexander Juhász D.M.D


Endodontic microsurgery


Micro-CT in endodontics


Revolutionary sealers in endodontics


Kinga Bágyi D.M.D., Ph.D


C-shaped configuration of the root canal system

Sina Taghipour

Laser activated irrigation


Microscope in dentistry


Renáta Martos D.M.D


Dental erosion Up to date matrix systems


Esthetic direct restorations in anterior regio

Parth Mahesh Patel

Restorations of endodontically treated teeth

Taraneh Tadayyan Tanmasbi

Rita Marincsák D.M.D., Ph.D


Clinical photography in dentistry

Alshammre Monif

Etching techniques and dental adhesives


The possibilities of minimizing the polymerization shrinkage stress of fillings


Marianna Skaliczki D.M.D


External root resorption and therapy

Kabir Singh Bhogal

Internal root resorption and therapy

Amrinder Baidwan

Revolutionary materials in field of endodontics


Bettina Balogh D.M.D


Dental aspect of body image disorders


Oral manifestation of vitamins deficiency


Photopolymerization lamps, photopolymerization of the composite filling


László Nagy M.D


Endodontic treatment in case of special root canal morphology


Endodontic treatment of Taurodens


Methods and instruments of root canal filling removal


Enikő Tóth D.M.D


Laser-induced disinfection of contaminated root canals


Paresthesia, as a possible complication of endodontic treatment


Root canal irrigant agitation techniques -ultrasonic instruments



Red field: topick is choosen

Green field: temporary reservations

Blue field: SSS work

Without Heightening: free to choose

Purple field: topic not valid, you need to write a request


Important info’s:

-you can choose only from the list above!!! (but check the Rules & Regulations below)

-one Supervisor can only accept 3 student’s for a year


Faculty of Dentistry:

13. § /to Paragraphs 23. § (4) of the Regulations/

Students who have obtained the final pre-degree certificate may apply for the state examination only if they successfully defended their degree thesis.

14. § /to Paragraphs 24§ (2), (3), (6) and (8) of the Regulations/

(1) The subjects of the degree theses at FD, together with the name of the degree thesis supervisor by institute and clinic, will be published in the Faculty's information booklet and displayed on the Faculty's website.


Choice of topics not featuring in the list requires the prior permission of the Dean of the FD.

In order to prepare the degree thesis the relevant departments will announce 4 preparatory courses. Without completing the degree thesis preparatory course, the degree thesis cannot be submitted. The degree thesis supervisor will issue the certificate confirming participation on the 4 preparatory courses and will evaluate the work with a grade. The Lecture Book must be submitted to the Dean's Office of the FD for signature. The preparatory courses can be completed in the same semester. A precondition for enrolment on the course is that the student submits his/her chosen degree thesis title on the form provided for approval by the degree thesis supervisor, who will authorize this with a signature.

(2) The first, unbound version of the degree thesis must be submitted on paper to the FD Academic Secretariat, together with the form which includes the student's signed declaration of the originality of the degree thesis made with full knowledge of his/her responsibility in criminal law.

The length should be a minimum of 20 typed pages, and a maximum of 40. The degree thesis, written with a computer, should be submitted unbound. The formal requirements are: upper and lower margins should be 2.5 cm, and left and right 3 cm, line spacing should be 1.5, and characters 12 point Times New Roman.

The structure of the degree thesis shall comply with the following conditions:

a) the thesis may report on the author's own experimental investigations; it may be an analysis related to casuistry, clinicopathology and statistics, or a literature summary, audio-visual educational material, tool, model, dissection or computer program. The degree thesis shallbe the result of the author’s own work. The sources of not independent results must be indicated. The student shall declare the originality of the degree thesis being fully aware of his/her responsibility in criminal law. The front page shall contain thecoloured logo of the FD should appear (downloadable from the FD website at http://dental.med.unideb.hu), the name of the university and the faculty, title of the thesis, the name of the author and supervisor, the name of departmentwhere the thesis was prepared, thename of the Dean of the Faculty of Dentistry and the yearof preparation.A model version of the front page can be accessed on the Faculty website The first, unbound version of the degree thesis should be signed by the supervisor; the second, final, bound version should be signed by the supervisor, the head of department and the Dean. Without the signature of the supervisor and the head of department the degree thesis cannot be submitted. No unsigned degree thesis can be submitted. The introduction, the aims of the work, the results and the discussion should constitute separate chapters. A summary of maximum two pages should be included. Medical spellings will be as established in the Medical Spelling Dictionary published by ‘Akadémiai Kiadó’ (1992). For each illustration and table we ask that the caption includes the source. The bibliography and the reference should be prepared according to the requirements of the journal titled ‘Fogorvosi Szemle’. A model of the bibliography can be accessed on the Faculty website. Only proofed literature can be cited, not material of uncertain origin. The number of cited works should be at least 20 and not more than 50. Internet references, which will mainly be used to supplement the appearance of the processed material (diagrams, graphs etc.), should be listed separately. Each facts shall be marked with its source, citations from one source may not be too long (containing more than one paragraph). It is also not acceptable to cite too much material from textbooks.

b) The assessors shall examine the logical structure of the degree thesis, its literary foundations, the applied methods and the accuracy of presentation of the results.

c) The supervisor of the degree thesis shall be obliged to prepare a written qualification on the professional activity of the author of the thesis, which should be submitted together with the degree thesis (in a closed envelope) to the Academic Secretary of the FD, respectively, to the responsible persons at the institution.

d) The deadline for submission of the unbound degree thesis is 15th December. Degree theses submitted after the deadline can only be evaluated in the period belonging to the following deadline. The Academic Secretary of the FD shall hand out the received degree thesis to 2 official assessors called upon by the expert’s board appointed by the Academic Committee of the FD. If the assessor is not able to fulfil the request, he/she shall be obliged to immediately send back the degree thesis to the Academic Secretary of the FD. The assessor shall be obliged to prepare his written assessment - not containing a grade - in 3 weeks. The student will be handed back the degree thesis by the first day of the second semester, together with the assessments of the opponents.

The preliminary opponents' opinion, which do not include a grade, list the errors and the missing content, which the student is required to correct and/or supply during the reworking of the degree thesis with the agreement of the supervisor. Any questions asked must be answered in writing by the student. Following this, the degree thesis and the student's answers are returned to the opponents, who re-read the degree thesis and write an evaluation taking into consideration both versions, the corrections and the student's answers and then declare whether the degree thesis is ready to be defended, and if so, what grade they recommend. The degree thesis must be defended at the Educational Organizational Unit of the FD which published, respectively, coordinated the topic. The defence shall take place before a committee of 3 persons, the members of which shall be the head of the educational unit, or the senior professor (chairman) appointed by him and the assessors. The supervisor should be invited to the defence, too. The committee shall evaluate the thesis in a closed session. The duration of the defence is 30 minutes, and the student has a maximum of 5 minutes to present his/her thesis in a free lecture. Following this, the opponents will present the essential elements of the first judgement and the reason for awarding the mark. The student will then read out the answer to the criticisms, which the judges will comment on and will also have the opportunity to put further question(s) to the student. They shall prepare a protocol in 3 copies, containing the name of the student, the title of the degree thesis, the place and date of defence, the questions raised by the members of the committee, the related replies and the final mark approved by the committee. The assessments and the replies to assessments shall constitute the supplement to the protocol.

One copy of the thesis shall remain at the Academic Secretariat of the FD, and the student shall receive back the other copy of the thesis.

(3) It is possible to prepare a degree thesis also within the framework of SSS, too. In this case the deadlines related to the submission of the SSS scientific works are applicable. Only those individual or co-author SSS scientific works - in case of the latter the waiver of the other authors must be attached - will be accepted as a degree thesis in their origin form that the jury of the local Conference of SSS accepted as a degree thesis.


Documents related to the approval of the scientific work (assessments, replies) shall be submitted together with the scientific work, too. Furthermore, it shall be necessary to fill in and submit the questionnaire containing data of the SSS scientific work and the lecture (title, authors, institutions, supervisor). In case the degree thesis is not submitted as a SSS scientific work the deadlines related to the submission of the degree thesis are applicable. If the student fails to defend the degree thesis the corrected work according to the assessment may be submitted by the time defined in the 14. § (4) paragraph of Appendix 3. The documents verifying the submission of the scientific work to the SSS conference and the assessments must be enclosed.

(4) The deadline for submitting the bound (corrected, rewritten) thesis, together with the answer(s) to the questions asked by the opponent(s) is the first day of the 5th teaching week of the second semester. The deadline for submission can be extended by a maximum of two weeks, accompanied by payment of a fee as laid down in the UD Students' Awards and Fees Regulations.


Two paper copies of the thesis, with the signature of the supervisor and the head of the educational institution, and stamped with the seal of the institution must be handed to the FD Academic Secretariat, and following the defence the thesis must be uploaded to the Electronic Archives of the University and National Library of the University of Debrecen (DEA).

The following shall be attached to the degree thesis:

- a suitably completed form for submitting the degree thesis

- analysis by the supervisor constituting a written evaluation of the student

- the student’s declaration that the degree thesis is his/her independent work


If the student does not meet final deadline for submitting the degree thesis, or cannot successfully defend his/her thesis, he/she can continue the comprehensive examinations, but he/she cannot sit for the state examination. The next deadline for submission of the thesis is 30 days before the date of the next state examination. The judge is required to prepare the second evaluation within 2 weeks of receiving the degree thesis.

The opinions of the second opponents’ review can be graded as follows:

a) the necessary changes have been made, the thesis can proceed to the defence (with a grade),

b) the thesis cannot proceed to the defence, the student cannot sit for the state examination