PG Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery : An Overview
The Department of Oral and Maxillofacial surgery offers a wide range of health-care services aimed at optimizing patient health in general and oral health in particular. This faculty of dentistry poses as the most daunting of specialties as it assumes direct moral responsibility for patient life.
Equipped with state-of-the-art operating rooms, postoperative recovery rooms and wards for recuperation, we aim at keeping quality of health at a maximum.
Involves the treatment of dental infection, maxillofacial trauma, pathology, facial deformity and facial pain
Management of medical emergency in dental chair.
Bridge between dentistry and Medicine.
Major and minor surgical technique demonstration for undergraduates and postgraduates.
➀ Dental extractions.
➁ Minor Oral surgery.
➂ Management of trauma.
➃ Tumour Resection and reconstruction.
➄ Salivary Gland Disorders.
➅ Temporomandibular Disorders.
➆ Craniofacial Trauma.
➇ Cleft lip and palate.
➈ Oral cancer and other head and neck tumours.
➉ Orthognathic Surgery, Aesthetic Plastic surgeries & Microvascular surgery.
Details of Techning & Non Teaching Staff
|01.||Dr. Parveen Lone||Prof. & HOD||Ground Floor, Block A||+91-94192-03131|
|02.||Dr. Roopav Nargotra||Asst.. Prof.||Ground Floor, Block A||+91-94191-44224|
|03.||Dr.Sanjay Bhagat||Lecturer||Ground Floor, Block A||+91-77809-95766|
|04.||Dr.Amrit Pal Singh||Lecturer||Ground Floor, Block A||+91-99067-10906|