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Department of

Prosthodontics and Crown & Bridge Including Implantology

Prosthodontics and Crown & Bridge Including Implantology

The department of Prosthodontics and crown& bridge including implantology ,bareilly was established in 2001. The purpose was to provide students with a scientific understanding of the diagnosis and treatment planning and rehabilitation of various clinical conditions associated with missing teeth.It encompasses a wide array of treatment protocols involving full and partial rehabilitation of teeth, aesthetic dentistry, maxillofacial reconstruction and implant dentistry .The department focuses not only on patient care, but also plays a pivotal  role in educating students through innovative treatment methodologies and novel research.

OVERVIEW

The department of Prosthodontics and crown& bridge including implantology ,bareilly was established in 2001. The purpose was to provide students with a scientific understanding of the diagnosis and treatment planning and rehabilitation of various clinical conditions associated with missing teeth. It encompasses a wide array of treatment protocols involving full and partial rehabilitation of teeth, aesthetic dentistry, maxillofacial reconstruction and implant dentistry .The department focuses not only on patient care, but also plays a pivotal  role in educating students through innovative treatment methodologies and novel research.

    One’s best teacher is one’s best experience. It is department to train the student to achieve knowledge and skills in theoretical, clinical laboratical attitude, communication skill and ability to research along with the social cultural and environmental understanding. Another motive is to have acquired adequate knowledge and understand basic and applied medical sciences knowledge. Consequently, Post graduate should be able to treat the patients with competency and best our knowledge that are according to judgment skill in making appropriate decision.

Our department best cutting edge objective is ‘prevention is better than cure

FACILITIES AVAILABLE

The department offers undergraduate and postgraduate program.

Best in-class infrastructure and faculty.

State of art museum showcasing the various advances and developments in the field of Prosthodontics.

Innovative teaching curriculum constructed for students to be at par with their peers from respected universities in India and abroad.

Comprehensive continuing education programs to enhance the knowledge of students and faculty.

Camps are organised by the department to expose the students to a variety of cases.

OUR FACULTY
Dr M.K.Singhal

Professor and Head

Dr Anip Kumar Roy

Reader

Dr Chetan Luniyal

Senior Lecturer

Dr Sudheer Yadav

Senior Lecturer

Dr Chandana Nair

Professor

Dr Juhi Jaiswal

Reader

Dr Faraha Ahamad

Senior Lecturer

Dr Alok Kumar

Professor

Dr Anuj Shukla

Senior Lecturer

Dr Nitin Srivastva

Senior Lecturer

Dr Nitin Rastogi

Reader

Dr Nivedita Dixit

Senior Lecturer

Dr Pawan Sharma

Senior Lecturer

ONGOING RESEARCH
1. Department of Prosthodontics: Batch 2019-2022

S.No.

Student Name

Topic

Chief Supervisor

Dr. Darakshan Saifi

1.

A Comparative Evaluation of Impression Accuracy by Using Two Different Elastomeric Impression Materials in Angulated Implants: An In-Vitro Study.

2.

Dr. Isha Saxena

Marginal Accuracy of Cast Copings Fabricated by Ring-Less and Metal Ring with And Without Liner: An In-Vitro Study.

Dr Alok Kumar

3.

Dr. Priyanka Chourasiya

Comparative Evaluation of Various Dentin Desensitizers on Retention for Full Crowns Using Two Different Luting Cements: An In-Vitro Study.

Dr Chandana

4.

Dr. Rashmi Joshi

To evaluate dimensional accuracy of casts on repeat pours with addition silicone impression materials: An In-Vitro study.

Dr Nitin Kumar

5.

Dr. Shweta Prakash

Comparative Evaluation of Flexural Strength in Provisional Fixed Partial Denture Materials Stored Under Different Solutions: An In-Vitro Study.

Dr Chandana Nair

6.

Dr. Sonal Singh

A Comparison of Relative Positional Accuracy Of Three Commercially Available Removable Die Systems With Different Design:An In Vitro Study.

Dr MK Singhal

Dr MK Singhal

2. Department of Prosthodontics: Batch 2019-2022

S.No.

Student Name

Topic

Chief Supervisor

1.

Dr. Astha Khurana

A Comparison of Relative Positional Accuracy Of Three Commercially Available Removable Die Systems With Different Design:An In Vitro Study.

Dr. M.K. Singhal

2.

Dr. Vaibhav Budakoti

A Comparison of Relative Positional Accuracy Of Three Commercially Available Removable Die Systems With Different Design:An In Vitro Study.

Dr. M.K. Singhal

3.

Dr. Mehjabeen Kouser

“Effect of different denture soft liners on mandibular ridge resorption in complete denture wearers : an in-vivo study”

Dr Chandana Nair

Dr. Smritashree Baruah

Dr Chandana Nair

“Effect of varying ferrule designs on fracture resistance of endodontically treated teeth restored with fiber posts”

4.

5.

Dr. Shikha

“An Evaluation and Comparison of Microhardness of different types of Artificial Teeth :An In-vitro Study”

Dr. Alok Kumar

6.

“Evaluation of  bone density before and after placement of implant using osseodensification technique”

Dr. Hemendra Pratap

Dr. Nitin Rastogi

Publications
1. Dr MK Singhal – Professor & Head

Re-establishment of  the sublingual crescent extension in patient with retracted tongue: a review and case report, J Indian Prosthdont soc – Supplementary – 1 (2012).

Evaluation of the influence of dental status on the nutritional status of the geriatric patients: A dwelling community based study, J Indian Prosthdont soc – Supplementary – 2 (2012).

A CAD-CAM prosthodontic option and gingival zenith position for a rotated maxillary right central incisor: An evaluation. IJDR- Jan-Feb 2012, Vol 23; Issue 1: 112-115.

The management of severely resorbed mandibular ridges – a clinical perspectives. JIDA July 2014; Volume 8;issue 7.

The evaluation of various factors of implant biological width: a mechanical clinical perspective. Clinical perspective.  IDA (Clinical Dentistry) journal 2014; Vol VIII issue 12: page 36- 48.

Characterization of an eye prosthesis using monopoly syrup. IJDR 2016; vol 27 issue 5: page 553 -558.

2D Panoramic Surgical Stent Imaging: Complete Arch Mandibular Implant Fixed Prosthesis along with Bar Supported Maxillary over denture. CCD 2017: Vol 8: April – June page 332 – 336

Customized implant full‑mouth rehabilitation: a biomechanical depiction. CCD 2018; vol 9: 488-492.

A Customized Impression Technique for Highly Placed Mal-Aligned Implant for a Hybrid Over Denture Patient: A Case Report March. Peirre Fauchard Academy 2020; Vol 34(1): 36-39.

A CT Scan and the Panoramic X-Ray in  Pre-Operative Implant Assessment: A Vivo Study. Journal of Prosthodontics Dentistry (JOPD) June 2020; Vol 15 (1): 132-142.

2. Dr Chandana Nair- Professor

Aesthetic management of gingival recession – A Flexible gingival mask. J Indian Prosthodont Soc 2003,3,34-35.

Effect of water absorption and solubility of soft liners in distilled water and artificial saliva – An invitro study. J Indian Prosthodont Soc 2004,4,51-53.

Rapid development of auricular prosthesis using CAD and rapid prototyping technologies. Int J Oral Maxillofac Surg 2007, 36, 938-943.

Characterization of an eye prosthesis using monopoly syrup. Indian J Dent Res 2016, 27, 553-558.

A cast partial obturator with hollow shim and semiprecision attachment. Indian J Dent Res 2018,    29, 123-127.

Modified functionally generated path technique to develop Occlusal scheme in single complete denture :  A case report. Indian J Dent Res 2019;30:310-3

3. Dr Alok Kumar – Professor

Hypohidrotic  Ectodermal Dysplasia: Prosthetic and Endodontic Management International Journal of Clinical Pediatric Dentistry, January-April 2010;3(1):63-67.

Are Denture Adhesives Toxic? Yes!!!. Journal of Dental Sciences & Oral Rehabilitation,Vol 1; issue 2; Apr-June 2011: 51-52

Management of Resorbed Ridge Cases Journal of Dental Sciences & Oral Rehabilitation Vol 1, Issue 3 Jul-Sep 2011: p10-11

Osseointegration-The Key to successful Implant Placement: A Review. Journal of Dental Sciences & Oral Rehabilitation, Vol 1, Issue 3 Jul-Sep 2011: p15-17

Implant Supported Removable Prosthesis. Journal of Dental Sciences & Oral Rehabilitation,Vol 1, Issue 3, Jul-Sep 2011: p59-62

Maxillary Hollow Complete Denture - A Case Report. Journal of Dental Sciences & Oral Rehabilitation, Vol 1; issue 4;  Oct-Dec 2011: 42-43

Conservative Management of a Complicated Crown Fracture -A Case Report. Journal of Dental Sciences & Oral Rehabilitation, Vol 1; issue 4; Oct-Dec 2011: 46-48

Restoring Lost Smile and Function by Full Mouth Rehabilitation: A Case Report Guident, vol. 5, issue 4, March 2012: p22-23

Multidisciplinary Approach to Traumatized Teeth: A Case Report Journal of Dental Sciences & Oral Rehabilitation,Vol 3, Issue 1, Jan-Mar 2012: 58-59

Immediate Surgical Obturator: A Case Report Journal of Dental Sciences & Oral Rehabilitation,Vol 3; issue 1; Jan-Mar 2012: p60-61

Resin Bonded Marryland Bridge: A Case Report Journal of Dental Sciences & Oral Rehabilitation,Vol 3, Issue 2, Apr-Jun 2012:p63-65

Magnetic Cheek Plumpers:A Step Ahead In Esthetics-A Clinical Report Indian Journal of Dental Sciences(October 2014 Supplementary Issue, Issue:4, Vol.: 12

Effect of Surfactant on Surface Hardness of Dental Stone and Investment Cast Produced from      Polyvinyl Siloxane Duplicating Materials: An In Vitro Study. J Res Adv Dent 2017;7:1:137-144.

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