Ph.D Dental Anatomy & Oral Histology

Medicine & Allied Healthcare Academics & research
  • Duration
    5 Years
  • Level
    Doctorate
  • Programme
    Doctorate
  • Study Mode
    Full Time | Part Time

Course Description

PhD in Dental Sciences course emphasizes molecular, biochemical, and cellular aspects of pathological conditions which are localized to craniofacial components effecting or within the oral cavity to influence system health. In this course, students also learn how to develop a comprehensive treatment for patients. Students study input on treatments with perspectives from pediatric dentistry, periodontics, periodontology, orthodontics, oral surgery, and prosthodontics. The main purpose of this course is to provide relevant information for practising dentistry and to prepare graduates for the changes in dentistry and to gain higher level knowledge in oral surgery. This course provides a framework to the biological concepts of therapies and emerging therapies in the treatment of oral diseases. Students study subjects include radiologic management of patients with complex diagnostic problems.

Eligibility

The candidate should have Masters or M.Phil. degree in relevant stream from a recognized university with an aggregate of 55% marks and also with valid Ph.D. entrance test (e.g. GATE, NET etc) along with the interview.

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