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 Department Overview

The department’s primary goal is to promote the oral health of infants, children, adolescents and people with special health care needs. The implicit in the philosophy of children’s dentistry is a commitment to consider the child’s feelings, to gain the child’s confidence and co-operation to perform the treatment in kind and empathetic manner. The driving force in the department is not only to provide the required treatment but also to promote child’s future dental health by inculcating the positive attitude and behaviour towards dental care.

This department offers both undergraduate (BDS) and postgraduate (MDS) program. It has 20 electronically operated chairs in the Undergraduate section and 19 in Postgraduation section.

The department is embraced with well experienced staff who are available from 9 am to 3pm to render treatment to the patients. The faculty also train students on advanced equipment and with latest techniques.

This department is unique with a well-equipped special care area to manage children with special health care needs and to treat children under conscious sedation. To manage highly anxious/ fearful children this department uses electronic anaesthesia and LASERS . All LASER treatments are carried out twice weekly i.e. Tuesday and Friday in collaboration with Department of Periodontics.

The play area in the department is warm and gives a school and homely atmosphere so that the child feel no strange in the operative area Regular presentations, case discussions and journal clubs are held in well equipped , air-conditioned seminar hall that can accommodate around thirty (30) persons.

This department has a separate wing to do outreach programmes and is very active in social activities by conducting various school health education programs, screening camps and treatment camps. It has adopted 4 orphanages 15 special child schools and renders free treatment around 1000 children per year. The camps are conducted on Mondays and Thursdays of alternates week.

Appreciation certificates and awards for BEST MOUTH, CLEAN TEETH and GOOD BEHAVIOUR awarded to children who visit the department, as motivation for good oral hygiene practices. Every year on 14th November CHILDREN’S DAY and PEDODONTIST’S DAY is celebrated and various awards were given away to children from various schools after conducting competitions.

The department future plans Our future ideas are to have a student/Faculty exchange programme, to initiate research projects on prevention of caries and also to start satellite centres in most rural areas. To treat emergency cases on call doctors are available. For any Free camps in your community contact :

vision

  • To carry out advance research and work for development policy that will promote optimal children’s oral health and care
  • Educating pediatric dentists for a lifetime of continuous learning and leadership.
  • Promoting effective preventive measures to ensure a lifetime of oral health.

 KEY FEATURES

  • A child friendly reception and play area which is a ‘visual treat for children’.
  • State of the art equipment’s including rvg, air abrasion unit, apex locators & intra oral camera and pediatric dental chairs.
  • Facility for provision of dental care under general anesthesia for very young, extremely uncooperative and disabled children.
  • Strong emphasis on prevention of oro-dental diseases in children by providing preventive procedures and appropriate parent and child counseling.
  • Unique based school dental clinics at two schools around dilsukhnagar for providing basic dental care for children in the school premises itself.
  • The department runs an exclusive school health program for underprivileged children of schools around dilsukhnagar.

 CORE COMPETENCIES

  • Endodontic treatment of primary, young permanent and permanent teeth
  • Management of harmful oral habits and malocclusions in children
  • Full mouth rehabilitation under general anesthesia
  • Dental care for special health care needs children
  • Anxiolisis – nitrous-oxide oxygen concious sedation (nois)
  • Preventive dentistry.

Faculty Members

Dr. M. G. Manoj Kumar

Professor and HOD

Dr. Srinivas N CH

Professor

Dr. G. Naga Sribala

Professor

Dr. Dwitha Animi Reddy

Professor

Dr. D Rebecca

Reader

Dr.Labishetty Vinay Kumar

Reader

Dr. R. Susheel Kumar

Sr. Lecturer

Dr. Gorle Suchitra

Sr.Lecturer

Dr. Himabindu V

Sr.Lecturer

Dr. Niharika H M

Sr. Lecturer

Dr. Jyothi Mamidi

Sr. Lecturer

Dr. R Rajashekar

Sr.Lecturer

Dr. Bodupalli Tejasree Kameswari

Sr.Lecturer

 UG & PG Curriculum

PG Curriculum

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UG Curriculum

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