Department Of Oral And Maxillofacial Surgery


The department endeavour shall be to provide high quality educational programme and encourage the young minds who are members of the department to develop the capacity for free and objective enquiry, courage and integrity, awareness and sensitivity to needs and aspiration of our society.

We look forward to foster innovative ability for solving practical problem and have a deep understanding of the area of specialization and prepared to interact with multidisciplinary groups. The need is for holistic approach towards learning the art and at the end to provide succor to the ailing humanity.

In this semi-rural setup which is representation of the maximum of our nation, we shall develop a newer approach towards carving a new breed of oral & maxillofacial surgeons who will be able to stand up to the very best and be counted.

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery department in this institution is concerned with various procedures ranging from extraction to correction of various facial deformities occurring due to trauma, pathologies, developmental defects and reconstruction of the craniofacial region. The treatment modalities offered include extraction (open/closed), minor surgical procedures involving hard & soft tissues like alveoloplasty, cyst encleation, frenectomy etc. and major surgical procedures involving open reduction and internal fixation(ORIF) of the fractured segments, Orthognathic surgeries, Temporomandibular joint surgery, Cleft lip & palate repair, Distraction osteogenesis.

The Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Sri Sai College of Dental Surgery, Vikarabad is been actively promoting modern dental education in specialty of oral & maxillofacial surgery. It is engaged in offering the undergraduate BDS course since 2000 and post-graduate MDS program since 2006 under NTR University of health sciences, Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh, India.

The academic curriculum of the undergraduates includes presentation of the seminars on basic topics with emphasis on holistic approach to medical conditions and special.

Demonstrationsare given on various techniques of nerve blocks, use of elevators, transalveolar extraction, suturing and wiring techniques.

The internship program in the department necessitates the graduates to perform 50 extractions, assisting in arch bar placement, assisting transalveolar extaction procedures, perform intraoral suturing, attending and observing O.T and emergency ward.

The academic curriculum of the post graduates include preclinical work including suturing & wiring techniques, interpretation of plain radiographs, C.T scans, MRI with presentation of seminars & journal clubs in the department seminar hall. The post graduates are trained in specialty of causality, neurosurgery, plastic surgery, oncology in MNJ Cancer institute, Gandhi Medical College. The post graduates are also posted for ward duties in our attached Sri Sai Hospital & Research Centre which is equipped with 100 bedded general hospital, male & female wards, ICU complex with three functional operation theatres.

The interaction between the staff and the post graduates is informal includes discussion on major cases and minor cases, case preparation protocols, post-operative care in ward rounds, discussions on emergency procedures like tracheostomy etc.

The department is well equipped with modern dental chairs and armamentarium, U.G and P.G sections, full-fledged Sterilization section, Exodontia section, separate set of instruments for minor O.T and department, major O.T is equipped with U.V filter lights, special hands on training on handling various emergenciesin dental office. It has broadened its horizons by the Stryker, which is used for effective cutting of the osseous structures.

Undergraduates and postgraduates benefit from a wide ranging educational pattern that includes clinical meetings, research methods, integrated presentations with emphasis on holistic approach to medical conditions and special emphasis laid on medical emergencies as occurring in dental office. A series of departmental projects are conducted on various minor & major surgical procedures like efficacy of single dose antibiotics in 3rd molar surgery, comparison of the efficacy of Diclofenac and Etrocoxib as pain killers after surgical extraction of impacted 3rd molars, comparison of Tissue adhesive use over conventional sutures in the closure of intra oral wounds.

The post graduates are encouraged to attend the CDE programs conducted by various institutions under the guidance ofDr NTRUHS, Vijayawada. Attending the Mid-term and National conference (AOMSI) is mandatory for the post graduates and the quota of two posters and one paper presentation is a must.

The post graduates are trained in various areas of the major surgical cases includes facial trauma care, Orthognathic surgery, TMJ surgery, cleft lip and palate repair, pathologies of head and neck, facial deformity correction, special emphasis on Rhinoplasty under eminent professors in the field. The department of oral and maxillofacial surgery undertakes interdisciplinary work with other departments like Department of Orthodontics, Department of Pediatric & preventive dentistry. Cases requiring multidisciplinary approach like Obturators, prosthetic implants are also treated in the department.

The treatment charges are reduced for economically backward patients and it is very less when compared to the department’s investment. The department strives to offer effective service to the community by comprehensive exploration of various treatment modalities.

Pioneering work in rehabilitation of people with oro-facial defects and deformities and aspire to include emerging protocols that are generated in the fast growing field of oral and maxillofacial surgery.


  • Dr. (Brig) Ramen Sinha, B.Sc, MDS - FIBOMS Professor, Head, Vice Principal
  • Dr. Gosla Srinivas Reddy, M.B.B.S, MDS, Ph.D - FDSRCP Professor
  • Dr. Dushyanth Paul, MDS - Reader
  • Dr. Anmol Agarwal, MDS - Senior Lecturer
  • Dr. Vinay Samuel, MDS - Senior Lecturer
  • Dr. U. Uday Kiran, MDS - Senior Lecturer
  • Dr. David P. Tauro, MDS - FIBOMS, FDSRCS Professor
  • Dr. P. Srinivas Reddy, MDS - Professor
  • Dr. A.V.S.S. Subramanya Kumar MD - Reader - Anesthesiology
  • Dr. Prabhat K. Tiwari, MDS - Senior Lecturer
  • Dr. Gireesha Reddy, MDS - Senior Lecturer
  • Dr. B.V. Ramakrishna Reddy, MDS - Senior Lecturer
S. No.Faculty Name & DesignationName Of The JournalImpact Factor
1Dr. (Brig) Ramen Sinha - B.Sc, MDS, FIBOMS (Prof & Head of the Department) 1) Salivary gland neoplasm, an analysis of 74 cases. JMaxillofac Oral Surg 2009, 8 ( 2)164-1661.333
2) Management of PO nausea and Vomiting in OMFS. JDentistryDefence Section,IDA(JDDS) Vol 3 No 2 , July 2008Not Determined
3) Retrospective study of efficiency of IMF screws. MJAFI 2009, 65 (3) 237-239Not Determined
4) Management of mandibular fractures. MJAFI 2008, 64 (3)218-220.Not Determined
5) Orbital observation chart: A screening test to prevent retrobulbarhaemorrhage. JMaxillofac Oral Surg 2008, 7 (1)181-183. 1.333
6) Fractures of maxillofacial region: 4 year retrospective study .MJAFI 2010, 66(1) 14-17.Not Determined
7) Endosseous alveolar distraction (LEAD) in the management of alveolar ridge resorption. JMaxillofac Oral Surg 2009, 8 (4).1.333
8) Oculocardiac reflex during orbital floor reconstruction. JMaxillofac Oral Surg 2008, 7 (2)275-277.1.333
9) Mandibular 3rd molar as a risk factor for angle fractures: A retrospective study. JMaxillofac Oral Surg 2009, 8 (3).237-240.1.333
10) Efficacy of two point rigid internal fixation in the management of zygomatic complex fracture. JMaxillofac Oral Surg 2009, 8 (3).265-269.1.333
11) Clinical evaluation of surgical morbidity & effectiveness associated with retromandibularapproachin management of subcondylar fractures. JMaxillofac Oral Surg 2008, 7(4), 440-443.1.333
12) Descending necrotizing mediastinitis secondary to odontogenicinfection. A case report. JMaxillofac Oral Surg 2008, 7(4) .488-490.1.333
13) Behcets syndrome: A case report. JMaxillofac Oral Surg 2008, 7( 4) .493-495.1.333
14) Superficial temporal fascia pedicled V Y advancementflap forscalpreconstruction. JMaxillofac Oral Surg 2010,9( 4).1.333
15) Correction of midface deficiency using distraction device. JMaxillofac Oral Surg 2010, 9(1)57-59.1.333
16) Surgical management of transverse maxillary deficiency in adults. JMaxillofac Oral Surg 2010, 9(3).1.333
17) Meniscopexy for internal derangement of TMJ. JMaxillofac Oral Surg 2010, 9(3).1.333
18) Management of zygomatic complex fractures in a tertiary hospital: a retrospective study. JMaxillofac Oral Surg 2011, 10( 2) 138 -141.1.333
19) Hemimasticatoryspasm: a case report with a new management strategy. JMaxillofac Oral Surg 2011, 10(2) 170 – 172.1.333
20) Desmoplastictrichilemmoma of the facial region mimicking invasive carcinoma. JMaxillofac Oral Surg 2011, 10(1) 71-73.1.333
21) A Clinical evaluation of midface advancement distraction in management of bone stock deficieny. MJAFI 2011, 67(3) : 245-252Not Determined
22) Use of buccal fat pad for treatment of oral submucous fibrosis. JOralMaxillofac Surg2012, 70, 228-232.1.850
23) Management protocol for anaphylaxis: JOralMaxillofacSurg, 2010, 68, 855-862.1.850
24) Low grade osteosarcoma of mandible: JMaxillofac Oral Surg 2010, 9(2)198-201.1.333
25) Vitoss syntheticcancellous bone (void filler): MJAFI 2009, 65, 173Not Determined
26) Gap arthroplasty for mandibular condyle dislocation & impaction into middle cranial fossa. JOralMaxillofacSurg, 2008, 66, 2390-2393.1.850
27) Ameloblasticcarcinoma: case report: JMaxillofac Oral Surg 2010, 9(2), 198-201.1.333
28) Palatal perforation secondary to tuberculosis: a case report. JMaxillofac Oral Surg 2010, online 13 nov 2010.1.333
29) An objective assessment of proximal & distal facial nerve exploration during superficial parotidectomy. Annals of maxillofacial surgery jan – june 2011, 1 (1)3-70.572
30) Evaluation of facial nerve function following surgical approaches for maxillofacial trauma: Annals of maxiilofacial surgery jan – june 2012, 2( 1)36-40 www.amsjournal.com0.572
31) Mantle Cell lymphoma of oral cavity with multiple foci: a case report & review of literature: J.Maxillofac.OralSurg Published online: 16 May2012.1.333
32) Unusual maxillofacial injury,: JMaxillofac Oral Surg 2009,9(1):105.1.333
33) Paradigm Shift in Dental Sciences: Are We In It: MJAFI2009, 65:102Not Determined
34) Necrotizing fasciitis of the maxillofacial region: A rare complication of Odontogenic infection: Jof Dentistry Defence Section IDA(JDDS)2006,1.1,41-45Not Determined
35) The Wonder Bone: what else can we do with it: j.ijom.2007, 36 (11)08-10281.521
2Dr. Srinivas Gosla Reddy - M.B.B.S, MDS, Ph.D, FDSRCP 1) Choice of Incision for Primary of Unilateral Complete Cleft Lip: A Comparative Study of Outcomes in 796 Patients: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 121:932-940, March 2008.3.535
2) Developing and Standardizing a Center to Treat Cleft and Craniofacial Anomalies in a Developing Country like India. Journal of Craniofacial Surgery, 20(8):1664-1667, September 2009.1.252
3) Afroze Incision for Functional Cheiloseptoplasty: Journal of Craniofacial Surgery, 20(8):1733-1736, September 2009.1.252
4) Comparison of Three Incisions to Repair Complete Unilateral Cleft Lip. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 125(4):1208-1216, April 2010.3.535
5) Primary Septoplasty in the Repair of Unilateral Complete Cleft Lip and Palate. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 127(2):761-767, February 2011.3.535
6) Incidence Of Cleft Lip and Palate in the state of Andhra Pradesh, South India. Indian Journal of Plastic Surgery, 43(2):184-189, July –December 2010Not Determined
7) Congenital anomalies associated with cleft lip and palate defects in a high volume Indian Centre. Journal of Cleft Lip, Palate & Craniofacial Anomalies, 3(1):1-6, January 20111.24
8) Health related Quality of Life of Patients with Non-syndromicOrofacial Clefts. Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Medicine, and Pathology, 24:6-10,20121.495
9) 3D stereophotogrammetric analysis of lip and nasal symmetry after primary cheiloseptoplasty in complete unilateral cleft lip repair. Rhinology Journal, 49(5):546-53, December 2011.Not Determined
10) Intraoperative vascular anatomy, arterial blood flow velocity and microcirculation in Uni - and bilateral cleft lip repair. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 130(5):1120-1130. November 20123.535
11) Assessment of Nostri Symmetry after Primary Cleft Rhinoplasty in Patients with Complete Unilateral Cleft Lip and Palate. Journal of Cranio-maxillo-facial Surgery, 41:147-152, August 2012.1.252
12) Perceptions of Family Members of children with cleft lip and palate in Hyderabad, India and its rural outskirts regarding craniofacial anomalies: A pilot study. The Cleft Palate- Craniofacial Journal, 50(3):41-46, May 20131.24
13) Screening for maternal celiac disease as a risk factor for orofacial clefts. International Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial surgery, 20131.521
14) A comparative study of two different techniques for complete bilateral cleft lip repair using two dimensional photographic analysis. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 132(3):634-642, September 20133.535
3Dr. Anmol Agarwal - MDS 1) Aspirate – A Diagnostic Dilemma. J Oral Sign 2010.Not Determined
2) Ameloblastic Carcinoma – Resection, Earlier the Better. J Oral Sign 2010.Not Determined
3) Physiotherapy for Trismus – Caution!!! Heal Talk – J Cli Dent 2010.Not Determined
4) Morbidity of the Infra Orbital Nerve following Zygomatic Complex Fractures. J Adv Res Bio Sci, 2011Not Determined
5) Management of Marbus Strangulatorius in a 3 year old child. Heal Talk – J Cli Dent 2011.Not Determined
6) Parotid Sialolith – Report of two cases. J Oral Sign 2011Not Determined
7) Impacted Upper Central Incisor – Traction or Extraction??? Heal Talk – J Cli Dent 2011.Not Determined
8) Maxillectomy for Carcinoma in Young Adults- A Retrospective Analysis. World J Surg, Med Radio Onco 2012Not Determined
9) Metastatic retinoblastoma of the mandible in a 4 year old child – A case report. Int J Oral Health Sci Adv 2013.Not Determined
10) Various Treatment Modalities for Treating Unicystic Ameloblastoma. National J Max Surg (Under Printing)Not Determined
4Dr. Prabhat K. Tiwari - MDS 1) Comparative evaluation of a herbal mouthwash (Freshol) with chlorhexidine on plaque accumulation, gingival inflammation, and salivary Streptococcus mutans growth.J IntSoc Prevent Communit Dent 2013 | January-June | Volume 3 | Issue 1Not Determined
5Dr. B.V Ramakrishna Reddy - MDS 1. Are people aware of oral and maxillofacial surgery in India? J Oral Maxillofacial Surg. 2011 September; 10(3): 185–189.1.333
  • Dr. (Brig) Ramen Sinha
    • Armed Forces Medical Research Committee Project 3440/2005
      A clinical evaluation of midface advancement using IO distraction device in management of bone deficiency.
      Principal Worker: Brig. Ramen Sinha DOC: 4 Feb2011
    • Armed Forces Medical Research Committee Project 3753/2007
      Evolving a surgico-prosthetic rehabilitation protocol for anchoring offacial prosthesis using Ti implant system in maxillofacial defects.
      Principal Worker: Brig (Retd) Ramen Sinha DOC; 10Feb2012
  • Dr. Gosla Srinivas Reddy
    •  Choice Of Incision  For Primary Of Unilateral Complete Cleft Lip: A Comparative Study Of Outcomes In 796  Patients Gosla Srinivas Reddy, Roger M Webb, Rajgopal Reddy, Likith V. Reddy, Peter Thomas, A.F. Markus Plastic And Reconstructive Surgery , 121:932-940, March 2008
    • Developing And  Standardizing A Center To Treat Cleft And Craniofacial Anomalies In A Developing Country Like India. Srinivasgosla Reddy, Likith V.Reddy , Rajgopal Reddy, Journal Of Craniofacial Surgery, 20(8):1664-1667,September 2009
    • Afroze Incision For Functional Cheiloseptoplasty Gosla Srinivas Reddy, Rajgopal R.Reddy, Nileshpagaria, Stefaanberge. Journal Of Craniofacial Surgery, 20(8):1733-1736, September 2009
    • Comparison Of Three Incisions To Repair Complete Unilateral Cleft Lip Srinivasa Gosla Reddy, Rajgopal R.Reddy,  Ewaldm.Bronkhorst, Rajendra  Prasad, Anne Marie Kuijpers-Jagtman, Stefaanberge. Plastic And Reconstructive Surgery, 125(4):1208-1216, April 2010.
    • Primary Septoplasty In The Repair Of Unilateral Complete Cleft Lip And Palate Srinivasgosla Reddy, Krisztian Nagy, Maurice Y.Mommaerts, Rajgopal R.Reddy, Ewald M. Bronkhorst, Rajendra Prasad, Anne Marie Kuijper Jagtman, Stefaan Berge. Plastic  And Reconstructive Surgery, 127(2):761-767, February 2011
    • Incidence Of Cleft Lip And Palate In The State Of Andhra Pradesh, South India Srinivasgosla Reddy, Rajgopal R. Reddy, Ewald M.Bronkhorst, Rajendra Prasad, Anke M. Ettema, Hermann F. Saller, Stefaan J.Berge. Indian Journal Of Plastic Surgery, 43(2):184-189, July –December 2010
    • Congenital Anomalies Associated With Cleft Lip And Palate Defects In A High Volume Indian Centre Srinivasgosla Reddy, Rajgopal R. Reddy, Karunakarkonte, Rajendra Prasad, Anke M.Ettema, Stefaan J.Berge,Wilfred A. Borstiap. Journal Of Cleft Lip, Palate & Craniofacial Anomalies, 3(1):1-6, January 2011
    • Health Related Quality Of Life Of Patients With Non-Syndromicorofacial Clefts Srinivasgosla Reddy, Rajgopal R.Reddy, Ewald M. Bronkhorst, Rajendra Prasad, Anne Marie Kuijpersjagtman, Stefaan Berge. Journal Of Oral An Maxillofacial Surgery, Medicine, And Pathology, 24:6-10,2012
    • 3d   Stereophotogrammetric  Analysis Of Lip And Nasal Symmetry After Primary Cheiloseptoplasty In Complete Unilateral Cleft Lip Repair. Bram Van Loon, Srinivas Gosla Reddy, N. Van Heerbeek, Klaus J. Ingels, Thomas J.Maal, Wilfred A. Borstlap,  Rajgopal R. Reddy,  Anne Marie Kuijpers-Jagtman, Stefaan J Berge  Rhinology  Journal ,49(5):546-53, December 2011.
    • Intraoperative Vascular Anatomy, Arterial Blood Flow Velocity And Microcirculation In Uni - And Bilateral Cleft Lip Repair Andreas A. Mueller, Dieter Schumann, Rajgopal R. Reddy, Katja Schwenzer-Zimmerer, Magdalena Mueller- Gerbi, Hans-Florian Zeilhofer, Hermann F.Sailer, Srinivas Gosla Reddy. Plastic And Reconstructive Surgery , 130(5):1120-1130. November 2012
    • Assessment Of Nostri Symmetry After Primary Cleft Rhinoplasty In Patients With Complete Unilateral Cleft Lip An Palate. Srinivasgosla Reddy, Maurice Mommaerts, Visalashidevarkonda, Rajgopal R.Reddy Journal Of Cranio-Maxillo-Facial Surgery,41:147-152, August 2012.
    • Perceptions Of Family Members Of Children With Cleft Lip And Palate In Hyderabad, India And Its Rural Outskirts Regarding Craniofacial Anomalies: A Pilot Sudy Aparajit Naram, Sumeetmakhijani, Depacknaram, Srinvasagosla Reddy, Rajgopal R.Reddy ,Janice F. Lalikos, Jerome Donald Chao. The Cleft Palate- Craniofacial Journal, 50(3):41-46, May 2013
    • Screening For Maternal Celiac Disease As A Risk Factor For Orofacial Clefts. Srinivasgosla Reddy, Rajgopal R. Reddy, Anita Vaidyanathan, Anthony F, Markus, Jonathon Snook. International Journal Of Oral And Maxillofacial Surgery, 2013
  • AFMRC project 3440/2005
    • A clinical evaluation of midface advancement using IO distraction device in management of bone deficiency. Principal Worker:Brig. Ramen Sinha DOC:4 Feb2011
  • AFMRC project 3753/2007
    • Evolving a surgico-prosthetic rehabilitation protocol for anchoring of facial prosthesis using Ti implant system in maxillofacial defects. Principal Worker:Brig(Retd)Ramen Sinha DOC;10Feb2012

A Comparative Study Of Two Different Techniques For Complete Bilateral Cleft Lip Repair Using Two Dimensional Photographic Analysis Srinivasgosla Reddy, Rajgopal R. Reddy, Max J. Zinser, Likith V. Reddy, Anthony F.Markus, Stefaan J.Berge. Plastic And Reconstructive Surgery, 132(3):634-642, September 2013

  • Dr. (Brig) Ramen Sinha
    • Dr. Ramen Sinha: Rewarded Fellow of Indian Board of Oral Maxillofacial Surgeon (FIBOMS) on 4th December 2010 by Indian board of oral maxillofacial surgeons.
    • Second Best Paper at Armed Forces Medical Research Committee in MJAFI group in 2013 held at AFMC, PUNE.
    • Journal of Maxillofacial and Oral Surgery: Official publication of the association of oral & maxillofacial surgeons of India (ISSN: 0972-8279)
    • Section Editors: Temporomandibular joint Surgery
    • Annals of maxillofacial surgery: Official publication of the academy of maxillofacial surgeons (ISSN: 2231-0746)
    • Editors: Cleft lip & Associated Craniofacial Anomalies
  • Dr. Srinivas Gosla Reddy
    • Post-doctoral fellows.
    • Journal of Maxillofacial and Oral Surgery: Official publication of the association of oral & maxillofacial surgeons of India (ISSN: 0972-8279)
    • Section Editors: Cleft & Craniofacial Surgery
    • Annals of maxillofacial surgery: Official publication of the academy of maxillofacial surgeons (ISSN: 2231-0746)
    • Editors: Cleft lip & Associated Craniofacial Anomalies
  • Dr.N. Rangaiah - Role of Amoxycillin in Mandibular Third Molar Surgery: Prospective, Double Blind Randomized, Placebo – Controlled Clinical Study.
  • Dr. Sukumar Singh - Correction of Residual Facial Deformity in Temporomandibular Joint Ankylosis using Distraction Osteogenesis.
  • Dr. Shanmukha Reddy Kallam - Use of Locking Bone Plate and Screw System in the management of Mandibular Fracture.
  • Dr.Shivaji Raju Uddarraju - Evaluation of the Use of Buccal Fat Pad in Reconstruction of Intraoral Defects.
  • Dr. R. Vijaya Kumar - Evaluation of Conventional Preauricular Incision as a Surgical Approach for Temporomandibular Joint.
  • Dr.Geeta Sharma - Lag Screw Osteosynthesis in the management of Anterior Mandibular Fractures.
  • Dr.Mohammed Azher Mohiuddin - Evaluation of Gap Arthroplasty in the management of Temporomandibular Joint Ankylosis.
  • Dr. Balakasi Reddy  K - Outcome of Endodontic Treatment Single Visit Versus Two Visit – A One Year Clinical and Radiographic Evaluation – An In-vivo Study
  • Dr.Vaishnavi Devi Majeti - Intermaxillary Fixation Screws – An Alternative to Arch Bars.
  • Dr. Uppada Uday Kiran - Stability of Soft Tissue Changes Following Mandibular Advancement / Setback in Bilateral Sagittal Split Ramus Osteotomies.
  • Dr.Tahseen Ali Khan - Influence of the Bone Density on Implant Stability Parameters and Implant Success: A Retrospective Clinical Study.
  • Dr.Gireesha D - Evaluation of Risk of Perforation of the Mandibular Canal during Implant Placement using density and thickness parameters in CT Scans.
  • Dr. Uddav Rao Kanse - Efficacy of Methylprednisolone following the surgical extraction of impacted lower third molars.
  • Dr. Eswari Reddy - Management of Odontogenic infections in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.
  • Dr. Neeti Rajagopalam - Clinico-radiological evaluation of Zygomatic Complex Fractures managed by multiple point fixations.
  • Dr. Yousuf Qureshi Mohd - Efficacy of 3-Dimensional Fixation over Miniplates Fixation in the management of Mandibular Parasymphysis Fracture.
  • Dr. U. Myra - Evaluation of efficacy of Open Reduction & Internal Fixation in treatment of Sub Condylar fractures.
  • Dr.Revanth Kumar S - Comparative evaluation of Conventional Miniplates, 3-Dimensional Miniplates and Lag Screws for Internal Fixation of Parasymphysis Fractures of Mandible.
  • Dr.Vadepally Ashwant Kumar - Versatility of Fiber optic Intubation over other techniques in restricted Mouth Opening.
  • Dr. Budharapu Abhishek - Clinical and Radiographic Evaluation of Hard and Soft Tissue changes following Genioplasty.
  • Dr. J. Pranavi - Evaluation of effectiveness Of Buccal Fat Pad as a Graft Material in Surgical Management of Oral Submucous Fibrosis.
  • Dr. V.K. Sasank - Evaluation of Dynamic Stability of TMJ region post condylar surgery.
  • Dr. P. Anisha - Evaluation of effectiveness of Lignocaine Hydrochloride visa-a-vise Bupivacaine And Lignocaine Hydrochloride combination, for regional anesthesia in dental Implant Surgery
Guest Lectures
  • CDE program on latest advances in management of cleft lip & palate.
  • Training the Trainers workshop by Dr Joseph Mcmanners MD, DMD, PhD, Dr. Khurshid f moss MD, DMD, Dr. Ian Mcvicar MD, and DMD.
  • Advances in management of Trauma one day workshop by Dr. Robert Gassner MD, DMD, PhD.
  • Comparison of surgical protocols in Asia comparison to European standards by Dr. A F Marcus MD.
  • Current trends in clinical teaching opportunities in dental education in USA by Dr. Bapanayya Penukonda.
  • Workshop on fat augmentation in hemifacial atrophy and zygomatic implants by Dr. Benito Ramosmedina, MD, DMD.
Participation of Students and Faculty in Extension Activities
  • Peripheral postings for Post graduates in Gandhi Medical College& MNJ Cancer Hospitals, Hyderabad.
  • Camps conducted creating awareness on Cleft lip and Palate.
  • Camps conducted for creating awareness on Oral precancerous conditions.
  • Camps conducted for creating awareness on Odontogenic infections.
Student Projects
  • Efficacy of Single Dose Antibiotics in 3rd Molar Surgery.
  • Comparison of the Efficacy of Diclofenac and Etrocoxib as Pain Killers after Surgical Extraction of Impacted 3rd Molars.
  • Comparison of Tissue Adhesives over Conventional Sutures in the Closure of Intra Oral Wounds.