The Faculty’s main field of research activity are: biomaterials; nanotechnonolgy; dental and periodontal epidemiology; gingival and pulp microcirculation; experimental gingivitis; salivary gland physiology; stem cells of pulpal and periodontal origin; membrane transports and signaling mechanisms; guided periodontal and bone regeneration; genetic polymorphism and periodontal disease; genetic polymorphism and tooth aplasia; complex therapy for oral cancer; three-dimensional tomography; the biological role of nitrogen monoxide.

International Relations

The Faculty has many scientific collaborations with nearly all developed European countries, as well as numerous Institutes from the U.S. Many of the senior faculty members are actively involved in international dental societies and are  on the editorial boards of several international journals.