Prosthodontics is the specialty of dentistry, which is a unique blend of art, science and creativity, pertaining to the restoration and rehabilitation of missing teeth or oral and maxillofacial structures.


Clinical proficiency- To train students to provide prosthodontics care that addresses patients’ needs in the area of comfort, function, and esthetic.

Research- To conduct evidence based research in Prosthodontics.



  • 34 fully equipped, programmable dental    chairs for Undergraduates, 11 chairs for postgraduates and a separate implant clinic with 1 chair to deliver services for patients needing implant prosthodontics.
  • Well-equipped Preclinical prosthodontics laboratories, with separate casting lab and ceramic lab for Undergraduates & Postgraduates.
  • State of art lab facilities for Undergraduates & Postgraduates in which equipments based on DCI requirements are available.
  • The department also houses departmental library, a museum, a seminar room, HOD room, faculty room, store room and sterilisation room.
  • Computer with broadband internet connection and printer are available for the use of faculties and students.


  •   Complete Denture,
  •   Removable Partial Denture,    
  •   Fixed Partial Denture,
  •   Maxillo -Facial Prosthesis,
  •   Full Mouth Rehabilitation,
  •   Splints Therapy,
  •   Over-denture,
  •    Dental  Implants.



  1. I) Preclinical Skills– training in Simulation lab.
  2. II) Clinical Skills– exposure to variety of patient treatment needs.

    III) Presentation Skills– presentation of seminars/

Case reports, clinical society meetings and Conferences / CDE.        



  • Students will gain theoretical and comprehensive clinical experience necessary to undertake advance and complex rehabilitative treatments, including planning and provision of fixed, removable and implant supported prostheses.
  • Graduates are trained to provide treatment in a holistic and comprehensive manner.
  • Graduates can critically think and appraise scientific literature, be problem solver and develop an attitude of life-long learning.
  • Learning is accomplished through seminars, treatment planning sessions, combination of lectures, small group teaching, undergraduate teaching, journal clubs, case presentations and one-to-one teaching in clinical and laboratory settings.
  • To provide Knowledge, improve Attitude, and Practice in research among postgraduate students.

Services Offered

  1. Dental Veneers:
    When teeth are broken, misshaped, permanently stained or out of proportion, veneers can often be the solution. Dental veneers are thin, custom shells that are bonded to the front of the teeth. The result is a more attractive, proportional smile that you can be confident about.
  2. Crowns:
    When a tooth is broken or cracked to a great extent, a crown is often the answer. Aesthetically, a crown can return a tooth to its normal size and shape. More importantly, a crown can hold together a tooth where the structure has been compromised.
  3. Dental Implants:
    When a tooth falls out or has been removed, often the healthiest option is a dental implant. During the procedure, a supportive cylinder is surgically implanted into the jaw. This provides a foundation for sturdy, natural-looking replacement teeth.
  4. Dentures:
    People lose teeth for several reasons, usually due to tooth decay or gum disease. For these patients, dentures are often a welcome solution. A set of dentures is a prosthetic device that allows patients to chew better, speak normally and improve their appearance overall.
  5. Bridges:
    Dental bridges replace missing teeth with a short row of prosthetics that rely on the strength of surrounding teeth and help stabilize the bite. Bridges also help keep nearby teeth from moving into the open space of the missing tooth. Once the surrounding teeth are prepared for the bridge, it is attached to the teeth.
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