MDS in Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology is a post graduate Dentistry course that has course duration up to 3 years. The minimum eligibility criteria for the course is minimum aggregate score 55% in Bachelor in Dental Science (B.D.S). This course comprises of 12 subjects of study along with practical experience.
Admission process of this course is carried out based on the candidate’s performance in their 10+2. Some institutes may include their entrance exam score.
Some of the institutions that provide this course Master of Dental Surgery [M.D.S] in Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology is:
MDS in Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology is a Dentistry course that deals with the nature, identification and Management of diseases affecting the oral and maxillofacial regions. This course is highly career oriented in nature.
The average course fee charged for this course is between INR 50,000 to10 lac for the span of 3 years. On completion of this course the candidates are eligible to work in fields like Clinics, Hospitals, and Military Health Services etc. Also each candidate can choose the eligible field and their favorable job positions.
|Course Level||Post graduate|
|Duration of the Course||3 years|
|Eligibility||B.D.S with 55%|
|Admission Process||Entrance exam based (May also look at graduation percentage) / Merit Based|
|Course Fee||Between INR 2 lac to 10 lac|
|Average Starting Salary||INR 50000 to 3 lac|
|Top Recruiting Companies||Multi Specialty hospitals, clinics, Military Health care, Military health Service, Community Healthcare Programs, etc.|
|Job Positions||Dental Assistant, Consultant, Dental Hygienist, Professor, Dental Surgeon, Forensics, etc.|
MDS in Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology is the dentistry course that deals with nature, identification and management of diseases affecting the oral and maxillofacial regions. This is a science investigation that causes processes and effects of these diseases. The practice includes research, diagnosis of diseases using clinical, radiographic, microscopic, biochemical or other examinations and management of patients.
It is Beneficial for the student to demonstrate knowledge of the language of pathology and understanding of the processes of cellular adaptations to disease, cell injury and death, environmental factors in disease, developmental and genetic factors in disease, inflammation and wound repair, neoplasia, and vascular hemodynamic. The candidates can also join government organizations like public health foundation of India or other government and private owed dental hospitals.
|Name of the Institute||Location||Average Course Fee (in INR)|
|Maulana Azad Institute of dental science||New Delhi||50,000|
|Manipal College of Dental Science||Mangalore||37 lac|
|SDM College of Dental Science and Hospital||Dharwad||4 lac|
|Government Dental College and Hospital||Mumbai||2 lac|
|King George’s Medical University||Lucknow||1.7 lac|
|A B Shetty Memorial Institute of Dental Sciences||Mangalore||20 lac|
|PT Bhagwat Dayal Sharma Post Graduate Institute of Medical Science||Rohtak||90,000|
|Government Dental College and Hospital||Aurangabad||2.7 lac|
|Dr. R. Ahmed Dental College and Hospital||Kolkata||3 lac|
|SRM Dental College||Chennai||30 lac|
|JKK Natrajah Dental College and Hospital||Gandarvakottai||90,000|
|Awadh Dental College and Hospital||Jamshedpur||27 lac|
|Kannur Dental College||Kannur||13 lac|
|Century International Institute of Dental Science and Research Center||Kerala||9 lac|
|Kalinga Institute of Dental Science||Orissa||30 lac|
|Uttaranchal Dental and Medical Research Institute||Dheradun||20 lac|
|Sri Guru Ram Das Institute of Dental Science and Research||Amritsar||30 lac|
|Inderprastha Dental College and Hospital||Ghaziabad||6 lac|
|Kalka Dental College||Meerut||9 lac|
|Subhari Dental College||Meerut||36 lac|
The candidates who have completed their higher education that is B.D.S as their major discipline with at least minimum of 55%aggregate marks obtained in their exams are eligible for this course. Some institutions consider the score in the entrance tests based on the subjects covered and may consider that scores also.
Admission process is carried over by considering the merit score of the student in their exams and some institutes conduct entrance exams and there would be personal interview carried by the institute that varies or depends up on the institutes.
|Embryology and gross anatomy of head and neck in relation to oral and maxillofacial surgery|
|Principles of general and pathology of head and neck|
|Surgical Anatomy and pathology of Head and Neck|
|Disease and defects of officials region|
|Prosthetic and Orthodontic problems including principles of plastic surgery|
|Recent advances in Oral and Maxillofacial surgery|
|Re- Implantation of teeth|
|Implants – Commonly Used Surgical Techniques for Implants Procedure|
On successful completion of this course the candidates are capable of working in various fields like Multi Specialty hospitals, clinics, Military Health care, and Military health Service, Community Healthcare Programs, etc. There also come various job positions like Dental Assistant, Consultant, Dental Hygienist, Professor, Dental Surgeon, Forensics, Private Practitioner, oral Pathologist, medical representative, dental lab Technician, etc.
|Job Profile||Job Description||Average Salary (in INR)|
|Dental Assistant||Who practices as the dental issues consulting for the patients||7 to 8 Lacs|
|Forensics||Process that include the investigation in the crime scenes for medical details||7 to 9 Lacs|
|Dental Hygienist||The person who gives suggestions in case of dental hygiene||8 to 10 Lacs|
|professor||The one who is capable of teaching the subjects of oral and maxillofacial||8 to 10 Lacs|
|Dental surgeon||The surgeon who is capable of implanting, operating all the dental teeth and problems||10 to 11 Lacs|
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