Department of Dental Biomaterials
Dental biomaterials is such a subject where students will be given a deep understanding of the field of dental materials and the knowledge necessary to conduct research, or work in product development and place special emphasis on the use of materials in both clinical and non-clinical applications. Introduce them to materials science, focusing on the major classes of materials used in dentistry including polymers, metals, ceramics and composites and provide them with up-to-date information on current dental materials. Learn about their functional properties, bioactivity and biocompatibility, and also cover specific uses of dental materials, such as drug delivery, tissue engineering and regulatory affairs.
Our aim is to produce highly skilled, motivated, creative and team-work oriented graduates who want to specialise in dental materials or a related field. The students will work with distinguished academics and clinicians throughout the programme and work on cutting-edge research projects.
BDS 1st year Dental biomaterials
- In-vitro study on weight changes of GIC, RMGIC and Composite resin.
- Shear bond strength analysis of resin composite to different GIC.
- Hardness effect of reused cast cobalt chrome alloy using flame centrifuge casting method.
- Evaluation of Shear bond Strength of composite resin bonded to GIC and RMGIC (accepted in PODJ)
- Treatment Efficacy on Shear Bond Strength of Resin Composite Bonded to Different Types of GIC; JKCD January 2020 (DOI : https://doi.org/10.33279/2307-3934.2020.0101)
- Effect of combined solution of lactic and acetic acids on the microhardness of ceram-X and tetric N ceram: an experimental study; JKCD March 2019, vol.09, No. 01
- Effect of sodium phosphate dibasic solution on the setting time of white mineral trioxide aggregate: an in vitro study; JKCD March 2019, vol.09, No. 01
- Effect of sodium phosphate dibasic solution on the apical sealing ability of white mineral trioxide aggregate: an in vitro study; PODJ March 2019, vol.39, No. 01
- Evaluation of periapical leakage of root canal filling material during re-treatment procedure: an in vitro experimental study; JIMDC 2015,vol.4, No. 04
- Evaluation of flexural strength of composite by addition of dental amalgam powder: a pilot study; PODJ June 2015, vol.35, No. 02
State of the art laboratory, dental museum, dental materials used.