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  • Dentures

    Dentures, also known as dental prosthetics, are removable appliances designed to replace missing teeth and surrounding tissues. They are custom-made to fit an individual’s mouth and can be used to restore functionality and aesthetics for people who have lost some or all of their natural teeth. Dentures are typically made from acrylic resin or a…

  • Introduction to Dental Technology

    Introduction to Dental Technology provides a comprehensive overview of the essential aspects within the field of dental laboratory technology. This introductory course covers key topics such as ethics and safety, dental laboratory materials and their properties, equipment and instrumentation used in dental labs, infection control and sterilization practices, and the importance of documentation. Students will…

  • Research Publications- The Know How

    “Research Publications: The Know-How” refers to the expertise and insights necessary for effectively conducting, producing, and disseminating research findings through publications. This involves a combination of skills, knowledge, and practices essential for scholars and researchers to contribute meaningfully to their respective fields. This encompasses a multidimensional set of skills and knowledge essential for conducting rigorous…

  • Healthcare Start-Ups

    Dental startups and entrepreneurship in the dental industry involve the creation and development of innovative solutions, services, or products to address various challenges and opportunities within the dental care sector. These ventures often aim to introduce advancements in technology, improve patient experience, or enhance the efficiency of dental practices. Dental startups are entrepreneurial endeavors that…

  • Traumatic Cases Redefined Aesthetically

    This webinar delves into the transformative approaches in managing dental trauma cases with a focus on achieving superior aesthetic outcomes. From facial trauma to dental injuries, the session explores cutting-edge techniques, materials, and technologies that redefine the aesthetic standards in reconstructive dentistry. Elevate your expertise in aesthetic dentistry through this enlightening exploration of techniques that…

  • Oral Submucous Fibrosis

    Oral submucous fibrosis (OSMF) is a chronic, progressive condition that affects the oral cavity, particularly the mucous membranes and connective tissues beneath the lining of the mouth. It is primarily associated with the habitual chewing of areca nut and betel quid. OSMF is considered a potentially premalignant condition, as it has been linked to an…