Department of Conservative Dentistry and Endodontics
Conservative Dentistry and Endodontics is the branch of dentistry which deals with the treatment of caries, malformed, dis-coloured, non-aesthetic or fractured teeth and Endodontics deals with treatment of pulpal and periapical diseases and dental pain management.
The Department came into existence in 1992 with the establishment of The Oxford Dental College, Bangalore.
The Department offers graduate programme (BDS) and three-year postgraduate programme leading to a Master of Dental Surgery degree. The advanced training programme in conservative dentistry and endodontics is approved and accredited by the Dental Council of India.
Conservative Dentistry and Endodontics covers the following aspects.
- Preclinical operative dentistry
- Undergraduate clinical operative dentistry
- Aesthetic dentistry
- Post graduate clinical operative dentistry
We have about 64 dental chairs for the undergraduates and postgraduates clinic, X-ray units, hand piece sterilizer, autoclave, glass bead sterilizer, ultra-sonic cleaning unit, latest obturation systems, microscope, latest fibre optic units.
- Department rooms area in sq.ft
- Postgraduate clinic - 3950
- Undergraduate clinic - 4127
- Patient waiting lobby - 600
- Sterilization room - 426
- Lab room - 500
- Storeroom - 320
- X-ray room - 140
- Seminar room - 1050
- Preclinical room - 4464
- HOD room - 315
- Professor room - 250
- Reader room - 250
- Senior. Lecturer room - 310
- Postgraduate room - 590
- Preclinical staff room – 105
|Program||Level of study||Annual Intake||Years Of Study|
|UG||B. D. S.||100||5 years|
|PG||M. D. S.||8||3 years|