Department of Oral biology

Oral biology is that area of knowledge that deals with the structure, development, and function of the oral tissues; their interrelationships; and their relation to other organ systems in both health and disease. It comprises of two relating subjects; Oral Histology and Tooth Morphology. This specialty is concerned with the study of the nature of the oral and craniofacial tissues along with the application of basic scientific knowledge to oral tissues in health and diseased state. This subject is taught in 2nd Year BDS Professional.It includes the study of embryology, growth and development, coupled with details of structure, composition and functions of cells, tissues and organs of the oral cavity. It comprises both  Basic Medical Sciences and Clinical Dental Sciences.
New fields in oral biology which are being introduced are disciplines of molecular biology, genetics, microbiology and immunology, genomics, biochemistry, biophysics, craniofacial development, pharmacology, physiology, and cancer biology. Blending of these disciplines will help in management, cure and prevention of diseases and developmental defects.The department offers a highly dynamic and supportive research and training environment for undergraduates. Our aim is to broaden our commitments to cutting edge research and training in the molecular basis of diseases that affect people around the world.


BDS 2nd year oral biology



Assessment of variations in the location of mental foramen by means of cone beam computed tomography
Anatomic relationship of mandibular third molar with inferior alveolar canal using cone beam computed tomography
Frequency of infection in mandibular fractures fixed with miniplates


State of the art laboratory equipped with microscopes, human tissue slides, tooth models and moulds


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