The faculty members in the Prosthodontics program are experienced and highly qualified, dedicated to providing students with the best possible education. They bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the classroom, ensuring that students receive up-to-date and relevant instruction. The faculty’s commitment to excellence in teaching ensures that graduates are well-prepared for their future careers.
The MDS Prosthodontics program typically takes three years to complete and includes a combination of theoretical coursework, clinical training, and research projects. The theoretical coursework covers a range of topics, including dental materials, fixed and removable prosthodontics, implantology, maxillofacial prosthetics, and esthetic dentistry. Students gain a deep understanding of the principles and techniques involved in prosthodontic treatment and rehabilitation.
Clinical training is a vital component of the program, allowing students to apply their theoretical knowledge in real-world patient care settings. Under the guidance of experienced faculty, students have the opportunity to develop their clinical skills in various aspects of prosthodontics. This hands-on experience helps students build confidence and proficiency in performing procedures such as crown and bridge work, removable dentures, and implant-supported prostheses.
Research projects are an integral part of the MDS Prosthodontics program, fostering critical thinking and evidence-based practice. Students are encouraged to engage in research activities, which contribute to the advancement of prosthodontic knowledge and the development of innovative treatment approaches. Through research, students learn to evaluate scientific literature, design research studies, collect and analyze data, and present their findings.
Upon completion of the program, graduates of the MDS Prosthodontics program are well-prepared to pursue careers in various fields of Prosthodontics. Many graduates choose to enter private practice, where they provide prosthodontic treatment and rehabilitation services to patients. Others may opt for academic careers, teaching and mentoring future dental professionals. Some graduates may also pursue research opportunities or work in the industry, contributing to the development of new prosthodontic materials and technologies.
In summary, the MDS program in Prosthodontics at Peragharap JKKN Dental College offers comprehensive education and training in the field of prosthodontics. With a dedicated faculty, a combination of theoretical coursework, clinical training, and research projects, students acquire the skills and knowledge necessary for a successful career in prosthodontics. Whether in private practice, academia, research, or industry, graduates are prepared to make significant contributions to the field and provide quality care to patients in need of prosthodontic treatment and rehabilitation.
Dr.C.Dhinesh Kumar; HOD
Dr.D.Sai Sadan ; Professor
Dr.N.Jagadesaan ; Reader