|Stream||Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery|
|Course Type||Post Graduation|
MDS in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery is a 3-year postgraduate program in dentistry. The eligibility for the course is bachelors degree in medicine, dental science or any related field of study with minimum aggregate marks as required by the institute.
Top institutes offering this course are:
MDS in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery course involves the diagnosis, surgical and adjunctive treatment of ailments, wounds, and deformities of the human jaws and related oral and facial structures. It is likewise a surgery to treat numerous illnesses, wounds and imperfections in the head, neck, face, jaws and the hard and delicate tissues of the oral (mouth) and maxillofacial (jaws and face) district.
Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons are in charge of the surgical treatment of obtained, congenital, and traumatic issues related to the jaws and the facial region, besides developmental disorders of these zones. Significant surgeries that form part of the specialty include maxillofacial injuries, sores and tumors, oral malignancy, orthognathic surgery, bone unite, diversion and congenital fissures.
Such professionals are hired in dental departments of hospitals, dental clinics, research centers, educational institutes as Dentists, Dental Researchers, Dental Teachers, etc. A fresh postgraduate of MDS in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery course in India can expect an average monthly salary ranging between INR 15,000 and 1 Lakh, increasing with the candidate’s experience and skill set.
Listed here are the major highlights of the course.
|Name of the course||MDS in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery|
|Course Level||Post Graduation|
|Duration||3 years, full-time|
|Stream||Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery|
|Eligibility||BDS with minimum 50% marks in aggregate.|
|Admission Process||Entrance exam + Group Discussion/Personal Interview|
|Average Course Fee||INR 10K to 25 Lacs|
|Average Starting Salary||INR 3 to 15 Lacs|
|Top Recruiting Companies||Fortis Healthcare, MAX Healthcare, Care Hospitals, Indian Council of Medical Research, Apollo Hospitals, Kailash Hospital, and such.|
The course principally aims to:
The average tuition fee charged in India for MDS in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery ranges between INR 10,000 (government institutes) and 25 lacs (private institutes).
Listed below are some of the top institutes in India that offer MDS in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery.
|SR.NO.||INSTITUTE||STATE||TUITION FEES (PER YEAR) IN INR|
|1.||MAULANA AZAD INSTITUTE OF DENTAL SCIENCES - [MAIDS], NEW DELHI||NEW DELHI, DELHI NCR||15,000|
|2.||MANIPAL COLLEGE OF DENTAL SCIENCES - [MCODS], MANGALORE||MANGALORE, KARNATAKA||12,10,000|
|4.||KING GEORGE'S MEDICAL UNIVERSITY - [KGMU], LUCKNOW||LUCKNOW, UTTAR PRADESH||33,000|
|5.||A B SHETTY MEMORIAL INSTITUTE OF DENTAL SCIENCES - [ABSMIDS], MANGALORE||MANGALORE, KARNATAKA||9,53,000|
|6.||AWADH DENTAL COLLEGE AND HOSPITAL, JAMSHEDPUR||JAMSHEDPUR, JHARKHAND||12,30,000|
|7.||KANNUR DENTAL COLLEGE - [KDC] ANJARAKANDY, KANNUR||KANNUR, KERALA||4,50,000|
|8.||KALINGA INSTITUTE OF DENTAL SCIENCES - [KIDS], BHUBANESWAR||BHUBANESWAR, ORISSA||10,30,000|
|9.||SRI GURU RAM DAS INSTITUTE OF DENTAL SCIENCES AND RESEARCH, AMRITSAR||AMRITSAR, PUNJAB||11,40,000|
|10.||SUBHARTI DENTAL COLLEGE - [SDC], MEERUT||MEERUT, UTTAR PRADESH||7,08,000|
|11.||SIBAR INSTITUTE OF DENTAL SCIENCES, GUNTUR||GUNTUR, ANDHRA PRADESH||18,000|
|12.||TAMILNADU GOVERNMENT DENTAL COLLEGE AND HOSPITAL - [TNGDCH], CHENNAI||CHENNAI, TAMIL NADU||24,467|
|13.||AECS MARUTI COLLEGE OF DENTAL SCIENCES AND RESEARCH CENTRE, BANGALORE||BANGALORE, KARNATAKA||2,34,000|
|14.||AMRITA SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY, KOCHI||KOCHI, KERALA||8,00,000|
|15.||GURUNANAK INSTITUTE OF DENTAL SCIENCE AND RESEARCH, KOLKATA||KOLKATA, WEST BENGAL||1,95,000|
|16.||PUSHPAGIRI COLLEGE OF DENTAL SCIENCES - [PCDS], THIRUVALLA||THIRUVALLA, KERALA||12,00,000|
|17.||HITKARINI DENTAL COLLEGE AND HOSPITAL, JABALPUR||JABALPUR, MADHYA PRADESH||4,40,000|
|18.||BUDDHA INSTITUTE OF DENTAL SCIENCES AND HOSPITAL - [BIDSH], PATNA||PATNA, BIHAR||9,00,000|
|19.||SUDHA RUSTAGI COLLEGE OF DENTAL SCIENCE AND RESEARCH, FARIDABAD||FARIDABAD, HARYANA||36,900|
|20.||NATIONAL DENTAL COLLEGE & HOSPITAL - [NDCH], MOHALI||MOHALI, PUNJAB||2,25,000|
Listed here are the minimum criteria of eligibility needed to be fulfilled for admission to the course.
|Master of Dental Science in Haryana||Master of Dental Science in Madhya Pradesh||Master of Dental Science in Telangana|
Foreign nationals looking to pursue the course need to get registered with the Dental Council of India before applying for the course.
The process of admission to the course may vary across institutes. Some institutes conduct their own entrance exams for admission, while some select students on the basis of their score at the level of graduation, completed from a recognized college/university.
Also, most colleges/universities in India base their criterion of selection on the candidate’s performance in a relevant national-level entrance exam.
Some such major entrance exams conducted in India for admission to the course are:
|Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery||Periodontics|
|Applied Basic Sciences||Applied Basic Sciences|
|Minor Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery and Trauma||Etiopathogenesis Of Periodontal Diseases|
|Maxillofacial Surgery||Diagnosis, Treatment, Preventive Periodontology and Implantology|
|Recent Advances in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery||Recent Advances in Periodontics|
|Conservative Dentistry||Oral Pathology|
|Applied Basic Sciences||Applied Basic Sciences|
|Conservative Dentistry including Preventive dentistry and dental Materials||Oral Pathology, Oral Microbiology & Forensic Odontology|
|Endodontics||Laboratory and Histopathological Techniques|
|Recent Advances in Conservative Dentistry||Recent Advances in Oral Pathology|
|Applied Basic Sciences||Seminars|
|Growth and Development, Basics in orthodontics, Diagnosis & Radiology||Demonstrations|
|Bio-Mechanics & Various Orthodontics Tissue Changes, Techniques & Treatment Planning||Laboratory Techniques|
|Recent Advances in Orthodontics||Clinical Case Conference|
|-||Structured Lecture Programs|
|-||Joint Clinical Meetings with Allied Specialties|
|-||Weekly Journal Clubs|
|-||Submission of Dissertation Thesis, Models, Radiographs and Photographs|
|-||The students will work on patients in the clinics under the supervision of teachers|
|-||The students will undertake the laboratory work for the patients who are under their treatment|
|-||Training in Methodology of Teaching.|
Successful postgraduates of the course interested in further studies in the discipline may go for pursuing M.Phil. or Ph.D., or post-doctoral studies in Dental Science to pursuing teaching the discipline as profession.
The course involves advanced training in the surgical and non-surgical treatment of the hard and delicate tissues of the face, jaws, and neck.
Qualified Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons are hired in capacities such as Dentist, Consultant, Dental Assistant, Professor, Dental Surgeon, Oral Pathologist, Dental Hygienist, Public Health Specialist, Dental Lab Technician, Medical Representative, and such.
Community hospitals, nursing homes, government hospitals, dentist hospitals, railways, defense services, research institutes, dental colleges etc. recruit such trained professionals.
Some of the popular professional avenues open to such postgraduates are tabulated below, along with the salaries and job responsibilities associated with each.
|Job Title||Job Description||Average Annual Salary in INR|
|Dentist||Dentists evacuate tooth rot, fill cavities, and repair cracked teeth. Dental practitioners determine and treat issues with patients' teeth, gums, and related parts of the mouth. They give exhortation and direction on dealing with teeth and gum issues and on eating regimes that influence oral wellbeing.||1,16,600 - 1,203,913|
|Dental Assistants||Dental Assistants are involved in patient care, office, and research facility obligations, and frequently work seat-side as dental practitioners analyze and treat patients. They make patients comfortable in the dental seat, and get their dental records.||32,20,000 - 4,30,000|
|Dental Surgeon/ Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons||Dental Surgeons or Oral and Maxillofacial Specialists work on the mouth, jaws, teeth, gums, neck, and head, and perform treatments such as surgically repairing a congenital fissure and sense of taste, or evacuating affected teeth. Oral Pathologists analyze conditions in the mouth, for example, knocks or ulcers, and oral illnesses, for example, malignancy.||1,45,000 - 10,30,000|
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