Ph.D. in Orthodontics is a doctorate program that extends up to 3 years in most institutions. The minimum eligibility for admission in this course is a Masters degree in the relevant subject with a minimum of 50% marks or an equivalent in the degree. Admission to the course is based on a candidate’s performance in the entrance tests conducted by the institute followed by a round of personal interview.
Some of the top institutes providing admission in the Ph.D. in Orthodontics program are listed below:
The Ph.D. in Orthodontics is a popular course choice amongst the students who want to lay emphasis on active clinical experience, didactics, and research. Students are trained to become leaders in academic research aimed at oral sciences. Students are offered theoretical learning combined with clinical experience relevant to the delivery of orthodontic treatment.
The average course fee for the doctorate course ranges from INR 50,000 – 2,50,000 annually for a span of 3 years. Candidates holding the doctorate degree get to work as professors, forensics, researchers, dental surgeons, dental hygienists, oral practitioners etc. The average annual salary of such a candidate ranges from INR 4,00,000-INR 5,00,000 which increases with further increase in a number of years of experience.
|Duration of the Course||3 years|
|Eligibility||A Masters Degree in the respective discipline with at least 50% score or an equivalent on the grade scale basis.|
|Admission Process||Entrance exam followed by Personal Interview|
|Course Fee||INR 2,00,000- 3,00,000|
|Average Starting Salary||INR 4,00,000|
|Top Recruiting Companies||Hospitals, Dental Colleges, Self Employment|
|Job Positions||Professors, Forensics, Dental Hygienists, Public Health Specialist, Researcher etc.|
The course has been designed in order to offer balanced education combining foundation of basic sciences with clinical and behavioral training of the Orthodontics field. The course helps immensely in offering clinical experience for successful private practice or academic research career.
The program aims to keep the students abreast with the latest researches and technologies of the dental field that can help them in building their acumen. Coursework like Research Methodology comprising of Quantitative Measures and Computer Applications combined with thesis on a given topic lets the student have a deep encounter with the field of Orthodontics.
One of the primary goals of this course is to produce efficient and exceptional students that join the academic research arena in the oral health sciences. For the ones seeking clinical experience, enough exposure is provided to the students to gain expertise in the field.
|Name Of Institute||Location||Average Fee|
|Babu Banarsi Das University||Lucknow||INR 1,20,000|
|RV Dental College and Hospital||Bangalore||-|
|KLE University||Belgaum||INR 66,000|
|Rama University faculty of Dental Science||Kanpur||INR 2,50,000|
|Saveetha Dental College & Hospital||Chennai||INR 50,000|
Candidates seeking admission in the Ph.D. in Orthodontics course need to fulfil the following eligibility criteria:
All the institutes and colleges offering Ph.D. in Orthodontics admit students on the basis of their performance in the relevant entrance examination followed by a personal interview or counseling. A minimum percentage of around 50% in the Master’s Degree is also required by the candidate in order to secure admission in the doctorate course. The Master’s Degree should be pursued from a recognized college.
Following are a few entrance exams conducted by the dental universities to admit students in the PhD in Orthodontics program:
|Introduction to PhD program||Manuscripts Writing|
|Historical Approach to Research||Critical Appraisal of Article Published in Scientific Journal|
|Ethical Issues in Research||Thesis Writing|
|Approach to Research in Health Science||Healthcare Delivery Systems in India|
|Grant Writing||Health Research Fundamentals|
|PAPER II||PAPER III|
|Research Discipline related topics and workshops||-Biostatistics|
Successful doctorate degree holders either enter into the research area or work in clinics and hospitals. The ones inclined towards academics work as researchers, forensics and professors.
Some Ph.D. in Orthodontics doctorates also work in clinics as oral pathologists, public health specialists, private practitioners, dental hygienists, dental surgeons etc. whilst catering to the oral needs at the individual as well as community level.
Apart from this, candidates can also continue to research further in the Orthodontics domain.
|JOB PROFILE||JOB DESCRIPTION||AVERAGE SALARY|
|Researcher||Researches about the latest technologies and studies of the dental field particularly orthodontics.||INR 3,12,000|
|Dental Hygienist||Examining patients for oral disease, clean teeth and proper teeth protection||INR 3,00,000|
|Dental Surgeon||Examine the teeth and carry out the necessary surgical process to ensure oral health||INR 3,12,000|
|Dental Pathologist||Diagnoses and treats the diseases of mouth and prevents the chances of diseases like cancer.||INR 3,50,000|
|Dental Assistant||Performing the laboratory duties and works chair-side with the dentist||INR 2,50,000|
|Public Health Specialist||Promotes, maintains and improves the health at the individual as well as community kevel||INR 2,40,000|
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