NATIONAL DENTIST’S DAY              BDS students’ academic curriculum a field activity        CDE-Program Brochure        Circular - Parent teachers Meeting for underperformed students in RGUHS September 2023 examinations        Circular - Orientation Day Program and Parent Teachers Meeting       Circular - Microscope CDE Program Brochure       Circular - BDS Freshers day circular and invitation - 2023       Circular - Graduation Day 2023 Schedule       Circular - List of internship student for graudation day 2023       Circular - List of PG Students of MD-MS Degree, SSP & Fellowship Students       Circular - Graduation Day 2023       Circular - Graduation Day 2023 Students list       Circular - Wearing APRONS outside the College and Hospital Premises       VIDS PTV NAAC on Feb 2nd and 3rd 2023        Invitation Letter for NAAC Peer team interaction with parents -03-FEB-2023       Bus Routes for Medical & Dental Students of 2022-23 batch       Remedial coaching committee Meeting.       Odd Batch Students Meeting.       Circular for regular batch 2021-2022 BDS Interns - Compulsory Rotatory Internship from 06/12/2021.       Congratulation to Dr.Helen Thomas, 2019-20 PG-MDS For Best Scientific Presentation at 12th IFEA World Endodontic Online Congress Held During 31st July to 1st Aug 2021.       Graduation Day 27th Feb 2021 Invitation        MANAGEMENT, STAFF & STUDENTS OF VYDEHI INSTITUTE OF DENTAL SCIENCES & RESEARCH CENTRE LIKE TO CONGRATULATE THE FOLLOWING DOCTORS OF 2017-20 PG-MDS BATCH RANKS IN RGUHS MDS EXAMINATION FOR JUNE/JULY-2020       

Facilities

Facilities

UG : The wide variety of clinical material forms an excellent platform for teaching of both undergraduates and Post graduates. The 3rd and 4th year BDS students are allotted faculty on a 1:1 ratio during their clinical training thus ensuring a dedicated interactive session with “Hands on” training. This helps improve their clinical acumen along with the theoretical knowledge. All interns posted to the department are trained in assisting in minor surgical procedures, getting an exposure to OTs and wards thus familiarising them with the different facets of the speciality. 

PG : MDS in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery has commenced from the academic year 2011-2012 with three candidates. Their training includes regular chair-side discussions, case presentations, seminars, journal club presentations, periodic tests and preclinical work including cadaver dissection. They are exposed to extensive surgical work in the department where over 150 cases are operated under general anaesthesia each year. In addition the residents are posted to the associated departments in the hospital including casualty, anaesthesia, oncosurgery, plastic surgery, ENT, neurosurgery and General surgery for exposure in these allied fields. 

The practical training in MDS incorporates assisting the faculty in minor and major surgical procedures before being allowed to independently perform these procedures under guidance. The hall mark of training in this department is the focus on “Hands-on” training especially in major cases under general anaesthesia. At the end of the course these post graduate students are well versed in dealing with maxillofacial surgery cases independently once they are on their own. The students are also encouraged to present posters and papers in National conferences and prepare case reports and research studies for publication in peer reviewed journals, thus, preparing them for their future academic and professional career.

Clinic description : The Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery provides a myriad of services. The infrastructure of the department includes a undergraduate and post graduate training clinic, minor  and major OT and a 20 bedded male and female wards. Apart from the day to day minor oral surgical procedures that include routine extractions, surgical extractions, etc. The department is well equipped facilities to handle rare and challenging cases such as pan-facial trauma, craniofacial deformities that affect the maxillofacial region. The use of custom made distractors for distraction osteogenesis as well as orthognathic surgeries for aesthetic and functional betterment of patients is a specialised service being performed regularly in this department. Rare syndromes such as Eagles syndrome which involves an elongated styloid process are operated with a novel aesthetic intraoral approach which allows fast and scarless recovery of the patient. Being fully equipped with a microvascular microscope allows the department to perform highly advanced microvascular flap reconstruction post resection of malignant as well as benign pathologies. Besides these services a representative of the department is present round the clock in the department of emergency medicine for the prompt stabilization and immediate management of patients brought to the emergency for any reason affecting the maxillofacial region, further these patients are taken up under local or general anaesthesia for the appropriate management by adhering to strict operating protocols.