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Conservative Dentistry and Endodontics

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Department of

Conservative Dentistry and Endodontics

Conservative Dentistry and Endodontics

The Department of Conservative Dentistry and Endodontics was established in the year 2002 and the post graduate course followed soon after in the year 2008. Since then, the sole objective of the department is to focus on enriching our under graduate and post graduate students with in-depth knowledge of the subject via quality teaching and clinical skill development. Being situated in Bareilly city itself, the Department accommodates a heavy patient inflow of more than 100 per day which provides substantial exposure of our students to varied and challenging cases.

OVERVIEW

The Department of Conservative Dentistry and Endodontics was established in the year 2002 and the post graduate course followed soon after in the year 2008. Since then, the sole objective of the department is to focus on enriching our under graduate and post graduate students with in-depth knowledge of the subject via quality teaching and clinical skill development. Being situated in Bareilly city itself, the Department accommodates a heavy patient inflow of more than 100 per day which provides substantial exposure of our students to varied and challenging cases. We also integrate the overall personality development of our students with compassion towards the patients. The department has fully equipped undergraduate and post graduate sections with operation theatre for micro surgical procedures, phantom head and pre-clinical laboratories. To provide hussle free work environment, the department has its own radiography rooms, plaster, casting and and ceramic laboratory. The Department also has all the advanced materials and equipments (cariosolv, biomimetic root filling materials, 3D obturating devices, radio-visio-graph, dental operating microscope etc) to enhance treatment standard and skill of our students.

FACILITIES AVAILABLE
Endodontics
Apex locator-   PROPEX PIXI
ENDOMOTOR – DENTSPLY XSMART PLUS
THERMOPLASTICIZED INJECTABLE G.P
GUTTA PERCHA – -2% , 4% and 6%
RUBBER DAM KIT WITH SHEET
Conservative Dentistry
AMALGAMATOR
COMPOSITE CURING LIGHTS 
AIROTOR HANDPIECE
Laboratory Equipment's
INDUCTION CASTING MACHINE (UGIN)
CERAMIC MACHINE
BURNOUT FURNACE (UNIDENT)
MICROMOTOR WITH STRAIGHT AND CONTRANGLED HANDPIECE
CAST TRIMMER
CAST VIBRATOR
METAL CUTTING WHEEL
Radiograph  and Magnification Section
DENTAL OPERATINGMICROSCOPE (LAMBERT) WITH LCD SCREEN
DIGORA DENTAL IMAGING WITH COMPUTER SCREEN AND SENSOR
X RAY MACHINE (MEDIT)
Sterilization Section
AUTOCLAVE (RUNYES) 
Department Library
HANDPIECE STERILIZER

Equipped with Standard national and international reference books,  Journals, Students Dissertation.

Seminar Room 

Equipped with digital projector and screen and OHP.

Preclincal room for both post graduates and undergraduates

Equipped with well maintained phantom heads.

Department Museum

Consists of preclinical work, jaw sets with conservative and endodontic exercises, educational posters and models and cases done by students.

UG SECTION
List of Procedures
Facilities

Simple and complex restoration with Amalgam, GIC and Composite.

34 dental chairs in the UG clinic with 8 fully automatic.

Tooth colored restorations.

Preclinical laboratory equipped with 74 phantom heads with micromotor attachments.

Pulp capping procedures with advanced materials.

Radiography section.

Root canal treatment with post endodontic restoration.

Diagnostic equipment's (Pulse oximeter, Pulp vitality tester etc).

Armamentarium for root canal treatment including rubber dam, apex locater, anthrogear handpiece,

CLINICAL AS WELL AS LABORATORY PROCEDURES INCLUDE
CLINICAL AS WELL AS
LABORATORY PROCEDURES INCLUDE
CROWNS
ALL METAL
CROWNS
PORCELAIN FUSE TO METAL
CROWNS
ALL CERAMIC
CROWNS
ZIRCONIA
CROWNS
POST AND CORE PROCEDURES
CROWNS
CAST POST
CROWNS
FIBER POST
ESTHETIC PROCEDURES
LAMINATES/ VENNERS
OTHER TOOTH COLORED RESTORATIONS
SMILE DESIGNING PROCEDURES
ENDODONTIC SURGERIES
ENDODONTIC SURGERIES
APICOECTOMY
ENDODONTIC SURGERIES
PERIAPICAL CYSTS
ENDODONTIC SURGERIES
FENESTRATION SURGERIES
ENDODONTIC SURGERIES
BICUSPIDIZATION AND HEMISECTION PROCEDURES
ENDODONTIC SURGERIES
INLAYS AND ONLAYS
ENDODONTIC SURGERIES
FIXED PARTIAL DENTURES
ENDODONTIC SURGERIES
CASTING PROCEDURES FOR METAL RESTORATIONS
Our Faculty
Dr. Rashmi Bansal
Professor & H.O.D
MDS,Phd
Dr. Chandra Vijay Singh 
Professor
MDS
Dr. Prachi
Lecturer
MDS
Dr. Anuraag Gurtu 
Professor
MDS
Dr. Anmol Mehrotra
Reader
MDS
Dr. Siddharath Gautam
Lecturer
MDS
Dr. Varada R. Hiremath 
Professor
MDS
Dr. Priyanka Chowdhary
Lecturer
MDS
Dr. R.G. Meshram 
Professor
MDS
Dr. Ashish K. Babu
Lecturer
MDS
Dr Rahul Pandey
Lecturer
MDS
Dr Aishwarya
Lecturer
MDS
Dr. Saummya Singh
Lecturer
MDS
Dr. Lalit Kr. Agarwal
Lecturer
MDS
Ongoing Researches

Prevalence of more than one root canal and its configuration type in mandibular incisors: an in-vitro study.

Evaluation of accuracy of different apex locators in working length determination: an ex-vivo study.

Antibacterial efficacy of different intra canal medicaments against Staphylococcus aureus and Escherichia coli.

An evaluation of anatomical relationship between apices of maxillary teeth and adjacent structures.

Comparative evaluation of sealing ability of different root end filling materials using dye penetration technique – an in vitro study.

Antibacterial efficacy of mineral trioxide aggregate versus calcium hydroxide based sealers against microorganisms: an in vitro study.

To evaluate the root canal configuration of mandibular premolars using three dimensional imaging: an observational study.

Antimicrobial efficacy of Calcium hydroxide with 2% Chlorhexidine and Triple antibiotic paste versus selected herbal formulations against E.coli and Staphylococcus aureus microorganisms: an in-vitro study.

Sealing ability of mineral trioxide aggregate, biodentine, glass ionomer cement in repair of perforation – an experimental study.

Comparison of antimicrobial efficacy of different intracanal medicaments with propolis as a vehicle – an experimental study.

Comparative evaluation of fracture resistance of root filled teeth restored with different restorative materials: an experimental study.

Histological evaluation of conservative access cavity design on debridement of root canal system in permanent mandibular molars.

Our Publications

Faculty Name & Designation
Name of the Journal
Dr. Rashmi Bansal
(Professor & HOD)

     Indian Journal of Dental Research 2017 28:348-51
     Case Reports in Dentistry 2016
     Case Reports in Dentistry Volume 2016
     The Internet Joural of Pediatrics and Neonatology 2012;14(2):46-56
     Indian Journal of Dental Research, 22(1) 2011 Page No 122-130
     Journal of Conservative Dentistry 1999; 2 (3):111-152
     The internet Journal of Human Anatomy 2011:1(1)
     IJDSR Volume 29(1) January 2011
     IJDSR Volume 30(4) October 2012
     Journal of Conservative Dentistry 2017; 20:161-5
     University JDS 2016 No. 02 VOL.1
     University JDS 2016 No. 04 VOL.2
     Journal of Dental Sciences & Oral Rehabilitation 2017; 8 (1):1-5. 23.Gaba
     Journal of Dental Sciences & Oral Rehabilitation 2017; 8 (2):57-61.
     Journal of Dental Sciences & Oral Rehabilitation 2017; 8 (2):71-74.

Dr. Anurag Gurtu
(Professor)


     Minerva Stomatologica
     Endodontology
     Journal of Conservative Dentistry
     Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research
     Journal of Conservative Dentistry
     Journal of Conservative Dentistry
     Indian Journal of Dental Research
     Case Reports in Dentistry
     Case Reports in Dentistry Volume 2016, Article ID 5083874
     Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research
     Journal of International College of Dentists Vol 58, No 01, 2013
     BFUDI, Volume 4, Number 2, July 2013
     Indian Journal of Dental Sciences. December 2013 Issue 5, vol 5
     Indian Journal of Dental Sciences. December 2013 Issue 5, vol 5

Dr. Varada R. Hiremath
(Professor)


     JRAD
     JRAD 2016 :5:1
     RUJODS Vol-2 No.1, June 2013
     Journal of Experimental Therapcutteis
     The Journal of Contemporary Dental Practice Jul-Aug 2012:13(4):00-00

Dr. R.G Mesharam
(Professor)

     IOSR-JDMS VOL:18/ISSUE 9/SEPT 2019
     IOSR-JDMS VOL:18/ISSUE 9/JULY 2019
     Journal of International Society of Preventive and Community Dentistry   44_14R6
     JEMD Vol.2/Issue-04/Oct.2013
     JEMD Vol.1/Issue-04/Oct.2012
     JEMD Vol.1/Issue-04/Oct.2012

Dr. Chandra Vijay Singh
(Professor)

     IOSR-JDMS VOL:18/ISSUE 9/SEPT 2019
     IOSR-JDMS VOL:18/ISSUE 9/JULY 2019
     Journal of Conservative Dentistry/July-Sept 2012/Vol.15/Issue 03
     NJMDR/April-june 2016/Vol.04/Issue 01
     JCD/Jan-Mar 2010/Vol 13/Issue 01
     Journal of Dental Sciences & Oral Rehabilitation:Oct-Dec 2011
     Journal of Dental Sciences & Oral Rehabilitation :Apr-June 2012

 

Dr. Anmol Mehrotra
(Reader)

     Journal of Conservative Dentistry 20(03),161,2017
     Journal of Dental Sciences & Oral Rehabilitation: 7 (3),146-148,2016
     Journal of Dental Sciences & Oral Rehabilitation :Apr-June 2012

Dr. Rahul Pandey
(Lecturer)

     Journal of Conservative Dentistry 21(03),325-332,2018
     Journal of Endodontics-2018,44(9);1442-1444
     Indian Journal of Dental Research 2017;28(3) 348-351

Dr. Aishwarya
(Lecturer)

     Journal of Conservative Dentistry 22(2), 133-8, 2019
     Journal of Dental Sciences & Oral Rehabilitation :July-Dec 2019
     Journal of Dentistry Forecast 2020;3(1) 1026

Dr. Saummya Singh
(Lecturer)

     International Journal of Applied Dental Sciences 2019; 5(2):417-25
     Journal of Dental Sciences & Oral Rehabilitation :July-Dec 2019
     Journal of Dentistry Forecast 2020;3(1) 1026

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Student Corner

The three years that a post graduate spends in the college shapes not only the academic future but also the overall personality of the student. They are taught about everything ranging from how to deal with a patient to how to setup the machines and equipment needed to work on a patient, from patiently explaining things to an anxious patient to being swift on your feet when the situation requires immediate treatment and from being compassionate to standing our ground when needed.
I, on the behalf of all students of the department, am happy to share to that we have not only learnt all this but more. The change we see in our academic, practical and wordly knowledge is noteworthy.

The patient in flow is one of the main attractions that made me choose this college and department. The number of opportunities to work on different types of cases and learn different techniques of treatment made us all confident while treating a patient. The constant guidance of our teachers and seniors and the motivation made us push ourselves and encouraged us to think out of the box and think of new treatment plans for a single diagnosis. The availability of all the latest equipment made it all the more easy to broaden our horizons and work harder.
Another very important part of the complete development and molding of the personality of the student is their surroundings. The beautiful college campus gives the perfect environment for rejuvenation, fully air conditioned library equipped with all the latest journals and books and excellent hostel facilities with healthy food ends a long day on a good note.

Even though the last couple of months have been hard for everyone around the world, the department and teachers have been constantly motivating and encouraging the students to use their time for the best by reading about the newer advancements to help us keep up with the changing times. Webinars are conducted everyday that helps the students present and discuss a topic and understand our work better. Our teachers made sure that we are well aware about the on going pandemic, the precautions that have to be taken in and outside a dental set up.

I feel that we are extremely lucky to have an opportunity to be working in a college with such diverse patient in flow and learning from a very hard working group of teachers.

Dr. Naveena

(PG IInd year)

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