METHODS OF TEACHING

undergraduate

Diagnosis in oral surgery, Principles of oral surgery, Access, Control of haemorrhage, Drainage and debridement, Closure of wound, Local anaesthesia, Postoperative care, Exodontias, Impacted teeth, Pre-prosthetic surgery, Disorders of TMJ, Diseases of maxillary sinus, Benign cyst and tumours, Tumours of oral cavity, Fracture of the jaws, Salivary gland pathology, Jaw deformity, Neurological disorder, Cleft lip and palate, Medical emergencies, Oral implantology, General anaesthesia.

METHODS OF TEACHING

  • Didactic lectures
  • Seminars
  • Group Discussions

POSTGRADUATE

Evolution of Maxillofacial surgery, Diagnosis, history taking, clinical examination, investigations, Concept of essential drugs and rational use of drugs, Communication skills with patients, Principles of surgical audit, Principles of evidence based surgery, Principles of surgery, Pre operative workup –situation like diabetes, renal failure, cardiac and respiratory illness; risk stratification, Surgical sutures, drains, Post operative care, Wound management, Surgical Infections, Airway obstruction/management, Anaesthesia – stages of Anaesthesia, pharmacology of inhalation, intravenous and regional anaesthetics, muscle relaxants, Facial pain; Facial palsy and nerve injuries, Pain control, Clinical oral surgery – all aspects of dento alveolar surgery, Pre-prosthetic surgery, Temporomandibular joint disorders, Tissue grafting, Reconstructive oral and maxillofacial surgery, Neurological disorders of maxillofacial region-diagnosis and management of Trigeminal Neuralgia, MPDS, Bells palsy, Frey’s Syndrome, Nerve injuries, Maxillofacial trauma – basic principles of treatment, primary care, diagnosis and management Assessment of trauma-multiple injuries patient, Orthognathic surgery, Laser surgery, Distraction osteogenesis in maxillofacial region, Cryosurgeries, Cleft lip and palate surgery, Aesthetic facial surgery, Craniofacial surgery, Head and neck oncology, Micro vascular surgery. Implantology – principles, surgical procedures for insertion of various types of implants, maxillofacial radiology/ radio diagnosis, Other diagnostic methods, and imaging techniques.

METHODS OF TEACHING

  • Seminars
  • Journal Clubs
  • Group Discussions
  • Ward Rounds
  • Debates
  • Symposiums
  • Undergraduate Lecture Classes