The department of Conservative Dentistry & Endodontics at Sri Balaji Dental college aims to provide education to develop competent diagnosticians and clinicians in the field of dentistry that focuses on diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diseases involving dental pulp and tissues around the root apex.

The department is designed and equipped with all the latest equipments, instruments and materials to facilitate an excellent training programme for the aspiring undergraduates and postgraduates’ students.

The endodontic faculty in the institution are dedicated, experienced and all of whom are committed to excellence in education, patient care and research activity.


Some of the Key Features of the Department are:

  • Pre-clinical phantom lab for UG and PG training programme.
  • Fully equipped dental chairs for greater ease and comfort.
  • Separate clinical areas for Undergraduate and Postgraduate students.
  • Availability of modern equipments like Operating Microscopes, Radiovisiograph, Apex Locators, Endomotors, Obturating systems, Ultrasonic instruments and Broken Instrument Retrieval Kits.
  • Wide range of latest instruments and dental materials which would enhance the clinical skills of the student.

Treatment Offered:

  • Direct and Indirect restorations
  • Smile designing and Aesthetic corrections.
  • Basic and advance Endodontic procedures
  • Post endodontic treatment with latest core buildup materials and post and core restorations.
  • Endodontic Microsurgeries
  • The Department currently offers BDS and MDS Programs under the affiliation of KNR University of Health Sciences, Telangana and recognized by dental council of India

Dr. R V S Chakradhar Raju

Professor & HOD

Dr. O Asha Reddy


Dr. Deepthi Sarvani Grandhala


Dr. C. Amulya Reddy

Sr. Lecturer

Dr. Mohd Khaja Moinuddin

Sr. Lecturer

Dr. R. Gayathri

Sr. Lecturer

Dr.Mirza Muzaamill Baig

Sr. Lecturer

Dr. Shaik Mohd Sajid

Sr. Lecturer

S.No.Faculty Name & DesignationName of the StudyName of the JournalPoints
1Dr.RVSC Raju (Professor and HOD)Quantitative evaluation of apical extrusion of intra canal bacteria using K3,Mtwo,RaCe and protaper rotary systems:an in vitro studyJCD2013
2Dr.RVSC Raju (Professor and HOD)Expansion of gutta-percha in contact with various concentrations of zinc oxide eugenolsealer:A three dimensional volumetric studyJOE2011
3Dr.RVSC Raju (Professor and HOD)Maxillary molar with two palatal roots:Two case reportsJCD2010
4Dr.RVSC Raju (Professor and HOD)Endodontic management of maxillary 1st molar with unusual location of second mesio buccal orificeJCD2010
5Dr Asha reddy (Reader)An in vitro evaluation of apical leakage in Guttapercha/AHplusand Resilon/Epiphany filled root canals using Two Dye penetration techniquesJCDP2019
6Dr Asha reddy (Reader)Assessment of antimicrobial activity of different Intra canal Medicaments against Enterococcus faecalis and Candiddaalbicans:An in vitro studyJCDP2019
7Dr Asha reddy (Reader)Stress distribution in implant supported mandibular overdentures and surrounding bone using three different types of attachments-a 3D finite element analysisNTRUHS2019
8Dr Asha reddy (Reader)Management of risks and hazards in Orthodontics-an overviewBUJOD2013
9Dr Asha reddy (Reader)A hassle free method of model surgeryIJDC2011
10Dr.G.Deepthi Sarvani (Reader)Indirect composite veneers- A case reportJournal of clinical dentistry2019
11Dr.G.Deepthi Sarvani (Reader)Coronal pulpotomy technique analysis as an alternative to pulpectomy for preserving the tooth vitality,inthe context of tissue regeneration-A correlated clinical study across 4 adult permanent molarsCase reports in dentistry2015
12Dr.G.Deepthi Sarvani (Reader)Radix Enteromolaris – Series of case reportsJRAD2014
13Dr.G.Deepthi Sarvani (Reader)Sealing ability of a new calcium silicate based material as a dentin substitute in class II sandwich restorations: An Invitro studyJORR2014
14Dr.G.Deepthi Sarvani (Reader)Sonic vs ultrasonics- A reviewAPSDJ2013
15Dr.Neelagiri Nitishkumar (Reader)In vitro analysis of Different polishing systems on the color stability and surface roughness of Nanocomposite resinsJCDP2019
16Dr.Neelagiri Nitishkumar (Reader)Evaluation of the impact of acidic drink on the microhardness of different esthetic restorative materials: An In Vitro studyJCDP2019
17Dr.Neelagiri Nitishkumar (Reader)Direct pulp capping with a new material Biodentin: A case reportJ ofEvolution of Med and Den science2015
18Dr.Cheruku Amulyareddy (Senior.Lecturer)Effect of different concentrations of carbamide peroxide and green tea extract on the color and shear bond strength of ename-an in vitro studyEndodontology2015
19Dr.S.Bindhumadhavi (Senior Lecturer)Effect of three different irrigating solutions on depth of penetration of sealer into dentinal tubules:A Confocal microscopic studyCCD2017
20Dr.S.Bindhumadhavi (Senior Lecturer)Effect of three different Antioxidants on shear bond strength of composites to bleached enamel- An in vitro studyIJDA2017
21Dr. Ahmed Omar khanRevascularization of immature central incisor with apical periodontitis: A case reportSch.J.Dent.Sci2018
22Dr.Mirza Muzamill BaigXP Endo Finisher File- Paradigm shift in simulated internal resorption cavityIJIRDS2018

The Department imparts knowledge and interacts with students who are pursuing their IInd, IIIrd and IVth year as well as Interns of the Undergraduate course.


Knowledge and Understanding
The graduate should acquire the following knowledge during the period of training.

  • To diagnose and treat simple restorative work for teeth.
  • To gain knowledge about aesthetic restorative material and to translate the same to patient’s needs.
  • To gain knowledge about endodontic treatment on the basis of scientific foundation.
  • To carry out simple endodontic treatment.
  • To carry out simple luxation of tooth and its treatment to provide emergency endodontic treatment.

He should attain following skills necessary for practice of dentistry

  • To use medium and high-speed hand pieces to carry out restorative work.
  • Possess the skills to use and familiarize endodontic instruments and materials needed for carrying out simple endodontic treatment.
  • To achieve the skills to translate patients’ esthetic needs along with function.


  • Maintain a high standard of professional ethics & conduct and apply these in all aspects of professional life.
  • Willingness to participate in CDE programme to update the knowledge and professional skill from time to time.
  • To help and participate in the implementation of the national oral health policy.
  • He should be able to motivate the patient for proper dental treatment and maintenance of oral hygiene should be emphasise which will help to maintain restorative work and prevent future damage.



  1. Introduction to Conservative Dentistry
  2. Definition, Aim & Scope of Conservative Dentistry & Endodontics
  3. Nomenclature of Dentition, Tooth Numbering Systems
  4. Restoration – Definitions & Objectives
  5. Hand Instruments – Classification, Nomenclature, Design, Formula of hand cutting instruments, Grasps and Rests, Sterilization
  6. Rotary Cutting Instruments – Burs, Design, Types. Various speeds in tooth preparation, Hazards with cutting instruments
  7. Dental caries – Etiology, classification, caries terminology
  8. Fundamentals in tooth preparation
  9. Definition, Stages and steps, Classification of tooth preparations, Nomenclature, Concepts in tooth preparation for silver amalgam, Cast gold inlay, Composite resins and glass ionomer
  • Tooth preparation for amalgam restorations, Stepwise procedure for Class I, II, III, IV, V amalgam restorations. Failure of amalgam restorations.
  • Contact and contour of teeth – different methods of tooth separation
  • Matrices, Retainers, Wedges – methods of wedging
  • Finishing & polishing restorations
  • Chair side positions – patient and operator positions
  • Management of deep carious lesions – Technique of caries excavation with hand and rotary instruments. Affected and infected dentin, Caries detector dyes, Concept of remaining dentin thickness, Pulp capping and pulpotomy
  • Access cavity and brief introduction of root canal instruments
  • Amalgam
  • Composites
  • GIC
  • DFG
  • DBA
  • Dental Cements
  • Pulp Protective Agents


  1. V. Black class I, II, III, IV, V and VI cavity preparations on typodont teeth followed by base application, amalgam restoration.
  2. V. Black class I, II, V and VI cavity preparations on extracted tooth
  3. Restoration of Ellis fractures on extracted teeth
  4. Deep caries management on extracted tooth
  5. Manipulation of Dental Cements



  1. Nomenclature of dentition
  2. Gnathological concepts of restoration
  3. Dental caries
  4. Treatment planning for restorative procedure
  5. Preventive measures in restorative practice
  6. Armamentarium for tooth preparation.
  7. Isolation of operating field.
  8. Infection control
  9. Pulp protection
  10. Pain control in restorative procedures.
  11. Amalgam restorations
  12. Contacts and contour
  13. Management of deep carious lesions
  14. Dentinal hypersensitivity
  15. Complex amalgam restorations
  16. Gingival tissue management
  17. Adhesion to tooth structure
  18. Anterior restorations
  19. Composite restorations
  20. Minimal invasive dentistry
  21. Alternative methods of tooth preparation for restorations
  22. Esthetics in Dentistry
  23. Composite restorations
  24. Cast restorations
  25. Casting
  26. Temporisation or interim restoration
  27. Root caries
  28. Non -carious destruction of tooth structure
  29. Ceramic restorations
  30. Direct filling gold restorations


  1. Introduction, definition, scope, and future of endodontics.
  2. Rationale and principles of endodontics
  3. Clinical diagnostic methods
  4. Microbiology of endodontic infection.
  5. Isolation and infection control in endodontics
  6. Endodontic instruments
  7. Pulpal diseases
  8. Periapical diseases
  9. Vital pulp therapy
  10. Emergency endodontic procedures
  11. Anatomy of pulp space
  12. Access preparation
  13. Cleaning and shaping of root canal space
  14. Disinfection of root canal space
  15. Problems during cleaning and shaping of root canal spaces.
  16. Obturation of root canal system
  17. Root canal sealers
  18. Post endodontic restorations
  19. Smear layer and its importance in endodontics and conservative treatment
  20. Discoloured teeth and its management
  21. Traumatized teeth
  22. Endodontic surgeries
  23. Root resorption
  24. Success and failure of endodontic treatments
  25. Retreatment in endodontics

Clinical work

1Diagnosis and treatment planning
3Deep caries management
4Vital bleaching
5Management of traumatized teeth
6Root canal treatment of Anterior and premolars Molars -Interns
7Assisting PGs and staff

The candidate selected for the P.G. program shall be a whole-time student. Every candidate should take part in seminars, group discussions, case demonstrations, journal review meetings and clinical meetings. The candidate is required to participate in the teaching and training program of undergraduate students. Training should include involvement in clinical, laboratory and experimental work and research studies. Students should be posted to other allied relevant departments of the institution. The student shall attend symposia, conferences, case presentations, clinics and lectures during each year as prescribed by the department and not absent himself/herself from the work without valid reasons and permission. All the MDS candidates shall pursue the course for a period of 3 years as full-time students.



I. Applied Anatomy

  1. Development
    1. Face
    2. Para nasal sinuses and the associated structures and their anomalies.
    3. Cranial and facial bones.
  1. Anatomy
    1. TMJ anatomy and function.
    2. Brief consideration of structures and functions of
    3. Muscles of face and neck including muscles of mastication, deglutition and speech and their functional anatomy.
    4. Arterial and venous drainage of head and neck.
    5. Brief consideration of cranial nerves (V, VII, IX and XI) and automatic nervous system of head and neck.
    6. Salivary glands – development, anatomy, functions and clinical considerations.
  1. Applied Histology
    Skin, oral mucosa, bone cartilage, blood vessels, lymphatics, nerves, muscles, tongue and its significance.
  1. Anatomy and Development of Teeth:
  1. Detailed anatomy of deciduous and permanent teeth, general consideration in physiology of permanent dentition, form, function, alignment, contact=t, occlusion and its significance.
  2. Enamel – Development and composition, physical characteristics, chemical properties, structure.
  3. Dentin – Development, physical and chemical properties, structure type of dentin, innervations, age and functional changes.
  4. Pulp – Development, histological structures, innervations, functions regressive changes and clinical
  5. Cementum – Composition, cementogenesis, structure, function and clinical consideration.
  6. Periodontal ligament – Development, structure, function and clinical consideration.
  7. Alveolar bone.
  8. Age changes of teeth.
  9. Eruption of teeth.

IV. Applied Physiology

  1. Mastication, deglutition, digestion and assimilation, fluid and electrolyte balance.
  2. Physiology of saliva – Composition, function, clinical significance.
  3. Blood composition, volume, function, blood groups, hemostasis, coagulation, blood transfusion, circulation, heart, pulse, blood pressure, shock.
  4. Restoration, control anoxia, hypoxia, asphyxia & artificial respiration.
  5. Endocrinology – Pituitary, thyroid, parathyroid, adrenals including pregnancy and lactation.
  6. Sympathetic and Para sympathetic nervous system: Physiology of pain, pain pathways, physiology of pulpal pain, Odontogenic and Non-odontogenic pain.
    1. Biochemistry:  Osmotic pressure, electrolytic dissociation, oxidation, reduction, carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, nucleoproteins, nucleic acid and their metabolism.  Enzymes, vitamins and minerals, metabolism of inorganic elements detoxification in the body, anti metabolites, chemistry of blood, lymph, urine and their clinical significance.

V. General Pathology

  1. Inflammation, repair, degeneration, necrosis and gangrene.
  2. Circulatory disturbances – Ischemia, hyperemia, edema, thrombosis, embolism, infarction.
  3. Neoplasms – Classifications of tumors, characteristics of benign and malignant tumors and spread tumors.
  4. Blood dyscrasias.

VI. Oral Pathology

  1. Developmental disturbances of oral and para oral structures, dental caries, regressive changes of teeth, pulp, periapical pathology, pulp reaction to dental caries and dental procedures.
  2. Bacterial, viral and mycotic infections of the oral cavity.

VII. General Microbiology

  1. Cross infection, infection control, sterilization and disinfection.
  2. Immunology – antigen antibody reaction, allergy, hypersensitivity and anaphylaxis, auto immunity, grafts, viral hepatitis, HIV infections and AIDS.

VIII. Oral Microbiology

  1. Oral flora and microorganisms associated with endodontic diseases.  Pathogenesis, host defense, bacterial virulence factors and theory of focal infections.
  2. Identification and isolation of microorganisms from infected root canals. Culture medium and culturing technique (Aerobic and anaerobic interpretation and antibiotic sensitivity test).

IX. Pharmacology

  1. Pharmacokinetics of drugs, drug addiction and tolerance of hypersensitivity reactions.
  2. Local anesthesia – Agents and chemistry, pharmacological actions, fate and metabolism of anesthetic, ideal properties, techniques and complications.
  3. Immunosuppressant, sympathomimetic drugs, antibiotics and analgesics, antihistamines, corticosteroids, chemotherapeutic, haemostatic agents, anticoagulants, anti sialogogue, vitamins (A, B, C, D, E, K, Iron), minerals, antiseptics, disinfectants anti viral agents and drugs acting on CNS.
  4. Drug resistance and interactions.

X. Biostatistics

  1. Statistical principles, data collection, method of presentation, method of summarizing.
  2. Methods of analysis – Sampling and sampling techniques, tests of significance.  Experimental models, design and interpretation.  Development of skills for preparing clear concise and cogent scientific abstracts and publication.

XI. Applied Research Methodology
Experimental design, animal experimental protocol, principles in the development, execution and interpretation of methodologies, critical scientific appraisal of literature.

XII. Applied Dental Materials

  1. Physical, mechanical properties and biocompatibility of dental materials.
  2. Tarnish and corrosion.
  3. Detailed-study of various restorative materials and their recent advances:  Dental amalgam, direct filling gold, casting alloys, inlay wax, die materials investments, dental cements for restoration  and pulp protection (luting agents, liners, bases), cavity varnishes, restorative resins, bonding agents and impression materials.
  4. Casting procedures and defects.
  5. Dental ceramics and their recent advan
  6. Finishing and polishing materials.
  7. Dental burs – design and mechanics of cutting & other modalities for tooth preparation.

XIII. Conservative Dentistry

  1. Examination, diagnosis and treatment plan.
  2. Infection control procedures and isolation.
  3. Occlusion as related to conservative dentistry, contact, contour and its significance.
  4. Dental caries – diagnosis.
  5. Hand and rotary cutting instruments, speed ranges and hazards.
  6. Separation of teeth and matrices.
  7. Tooth preparation and restorative techniques for amalgam, composite (direct and indirect) and glass ionomer cements.
  8. Impression procedures.
  9. Cast metal restorations, indications, contraindications, tooth preparation for inlay, onlay and full crown restorations.  Direct and indirect methods of fabrication, investment and casting procedures.
  10. Indirect tooth colored restorations – ceramic, inlays, onlays, veneers and crowns.

XIV. Endodontics

  1. Rationale of endodontics.
  2. Knowledge of internal anatomy of permanent teeth, anatomy of root apex and its implications in endodontic
  3. Dentin and pulp complex.
  4. Pulp and periapical pathology.
  5. Case selection and treatment planning.
  6. Various aids used for diagnosis.
  7. Infection control.
  8. Local anesthesia in endodontics.
  9. Access cavity preparation – objectives and principles.
  10. Hand and rotary instruments and instrumentation.
  11. Working length determination and cleaning and shaping of root canal system.
  12. Root canal irrigants.
  13. Obturation – materials and techniques.
  14. Restoration of endodontically treated teeth.



  1. Dental caries – epidemiology, recent concept of etiological factors, pathophysiology, Histopathology, diagnosis, caries activity tests, prevention of dental caries and management – recent methods.
  2. Development of rotary equipments – recent develop
  3. Tissue management.
  4. Direct gold restorations.
  5. Recent advances in restorative materials and techniques.
  6. Failures of restorations and their management.
  7. Management of non-carious lesions.
  8. Minimal intervention dentistry.
  9. Recent advances in restoration of endodontically treated teeth and grossly mutilated teeth.
  10. Hypersensitivity, theories, causes and management.

II. Endodontics

  1. Diagnostic procedure – recent advances and various aids.
  2. Endodontic instruments and instrumentation – detailed description and recent developments.
  3. Recent developments in techniques of working length determination / cleaning and shaping of root canal system.
  4. Root canal irrigants and intra canal medicaments.
  5. Recent advances in obturation.
  6. Endodontic micr
  7. Traumatic injuries and management – endodontic treatment for young permanent teeth / Pediatric endodontics – treatment of immature apex.
  8. Endodontic surgeries.
  9. Drugs and chemicals used in endodontics.
  10. Endodontic emergencies and management.
  11. Biololgic response of pulp to various restorative materials and operative procedures.
  12. Endodontic radiology –digital technology in endodontic practice.
  13. Procedural errors in endodontic and their management.
  14. Endodontic failures and retreatment.
  15. Endo-perio interrelationship, endo-perio lesions and management.
  16. Single visit endodontics, current concepts and controversies.


  1. Conservative Dentistry
    1. CAD-CAM & CAD-CIM in restorative dentistry.
    2. Dental imaging and its applications in restorative dentistry (Clinical photography)
    3. Principles of esthetics
  2. Color
  3. Facial analysis
  4. Smile design
  5. Principles of esthetic integration
  6. Treatment planning in esthetic dentistry

II. Endodontics

  1. Multidisciplinary approach to endodontic situations.
  2. Restoration and its management.
  3. Endodontic surgeries, recent developments in techniques and devices, endosseous endodontic implants.
  4. Restoration of endodontically treated teeth & recent advances.
  5. Geriatric endodontics.
  6. Microscopes in endodoontics.
  7. Lasers in Endodontics.

This is the minimum requirement. However a student needs to know all the   related aspects of the above mentioned topics from latest text books and latest journals.

Plaster model exercises

S. NOworkexcercise
1Amalgam·MOD With Lingual Cusp Tipping · MOD Mesio Lingual Cusp Reduction + Distal Cusp Tipping + Slot on Lingual Gingival Seat ·MO Pin (Mesio Buccal Cusp) With Palatal Extension
2Cast Metal Inlay and onlay·MOD Inlay + One Cusp Coverage + Collar · MOD Inlay + Two Cusp Coverage + Collar + Skirt · MO Slice Preparation · Class I Onlay (without involving the marginal ridge) · MOD Onlay (conventional )
3Composite Restoration·Class IV – Bevel · Scallop Mini Chamfer + Skirt · MOD Inlay · Laminate
4CeramicInlay/onlay · MO Inlay Mesiobuccal Cusp Reduction · MOD Onlay (regular design) Laminate: Design 1,2 and 3 For Crown Preparation: · Full Metal With Chamfer · Porcelain Fused To Metal (Shoulder With Bevel) · 3/4th Crown With Pin Ledge · 7/8th Crown

Sectioning of Extracted human teeth
Vertical sectioning  and Horizontal sectioning of all permanent Maxillary and Mandibular teeth including 3rd molars.

Wax carvings
Total tooth Wax carvings should be done of 28 permanent teeth except 3rd molars.

Typodont Exercises

S. NOworkexcercise
1 Amalgam·Conservative-3 · Conventional-3
2Inlay ForMetal: Inlay cavity preparation including wax pattern and casting on premolars and molars – MO, DO, MOD -6 Composite-2 For Ceramic-2
3OnlayMetal Onlay preparation on molars including wax pattern and casting – 02
4Full Crown·Metal ceramic – anterior – 1 · Metal ceramic – posterior – 1 · Metal with ceramic facing – posterior – 1 · All ceramic – anterior – 1 · Acrylic jacket crown – anterior – 1 · 7/8thCrown:- 1 · 3/4thCrown- 1
5Laminate·Laminate (window) – 1 · Laminate feather – 1 · Laminate lap – 1

Extracted teeth exercises
S. NOworkexcercise
1Conventional GICClass III (Distal) – Lingual Approach Class V – Compound Supported Matrix
2Light Cured GICClass III (Mesial) – Labial Approach Class – 1 (deep) – sandwich technique
3Complex amalgampin (all 4 cups) – 1 without pin (slots, locks) – 1
4Complex direct composite·Composite Filling (Class I, II, III & V) -05 (each) · Veneer -02 · Diastema Closure -02 · Angle Buildups -02
5Inlay/onlay·Metal Inlay: 3 · Metal onlay: 2 · Porcelain Inlay: 1 · Composite Inlay: 1
6Ceramic·Laminate · Full Crown: 4 Full metal Metal ceramic Metal with ceramic facing Full ceramic

Endodontic exercises on extracted teeth
S. NOworkexercises
1RCT on maxillary and mandibular permanent teeth.Anterior (3 maxillary and 3 mandibular) – 06 · Conventional prep – 02 · Step back – 02 · Crown down – 02 · Obturation – 03 (2 step back with lateral compaction and 1 crown down with thermoplasticized) Premolar – 04 (2upper and 2 lower) obturation 1 each (continuous wave compaction -1 and lateral compaction – 1) Molar – 06 (3 upper – 2 first molars and 1 second molar 3 lower – 2 first molars and 1 second molar) {4 teeth – rotary + single con obturation, 2 teeth – hand BMP + lateral condensation}
2Post and core preparation and fabrication·Anterior 10 (Cast Post 5 and prefabricated post 5) · Posterior 05 (Cast Post 2 and prefabricated post 5)
3Removable dies(to be done during crown preparation or laminate)-4 a. custom made b. die lock tray

Note: Technique work to be completed in the first four months

Manipulation of Restorative materials

  • Amalgam
  • Zinc Oxide Eugenol Cement
  • Zinc Phosphate Cement
  • Calcium Hydroxide Cement (Two Paste System)
  • Glass Ionomers (Type-1 & Type-2)
  • Varieties of composites
  • Resin cements
  • Alginate Impression
  • Rubber Base Impression
  • Investment Material
  • Die stone

Clinical Quota as per the DCI guidelines

Academic YearClinical QuotaOthers
FIRST· Composite restorations-30 · GIC Restorations-30 · Complex amalgam restorations 05 · Composite inlay + veneers (direct and indirect)-10 · Ceramic jacket crowns-05 · Post and core for anterior teeth-10 · Bleaching o vital-05 o Non vital-05 · RCT Anterior-20 · Endo surgery -observation and assisting-05·Seminars – 5 seminars by each student – should include topics in dental materials, conservative dentistry and endodontics · Journal clubs – 5 by each student · Submission of synopsis at the end of 6 months · Library assignment work · Internal assessment – theory and clinicals.
SECOND YEAR· Case discussion- 5 · Ceramic jacket crown-10 · Post and core for anterior teeth-10 · Post and core for posterior teeth-05 · Composite restoration-15 · Full crown for posterior teeth-15 · Cast gold inlay-05 · Other special types of work such as splinting – Reattachment of fractured teeth etc-10 · Anterior RCT-30 · Posterior RCT-40 · Endo surgery performed independently-05 · Management of endo – Perio problems-05 · Angle build up composite-05 · Diastema closure-05 · Composite Veneers-05·Under graduate teaching program as allotted by the HOD Seminars – 5 by each student · Journal club – 5 by each student · Dissertation work · Prepare scientific paper / poster and present in conference and clinical meeting · Library assignment to be submitted 18 months after starting of the course · Internal assessment – theory and clinical
THIRD YEAR· Cast gold inlay- Onlay, cuspal restoration -10 · Post and core -20 · Molar endodontics -50 · Endo surgery -05 · Diastema Closure-05 · Angle Build up-05 · All other types of surgeries including crown lengthening, perioesthetics, hemi sectioning, splinting, replantation.·Dissertation work to be submitted 6 months before final examination. · Seminars – 5 by each student · Journal club – 5 by each student · Under graduate teaching program as allotted by the HOD · Internal assessment – theory and clinical


  • G. V. Black class I, II, III, IV, V and VI cavity preparations on typodont teeth followed by base application, amalgam restoration.
  • G. V. Black class I, II, V and VI cavity preparations on extracted tooth
  • Restoration of Ellis fractures on extracted teeth
  • Deep caries management on extracted tooth
  • Manipulation of Dental Cements


  • Diagnosis and treatment planning
  • Restorations
  • Amalgam
  • GIC
  • Composite
  • Deep caries management
  • Vital bleaching
  • Management of traumatized teeth
  • Root canal treatment of Anteriors and Premolars
  • Diagnosis and treatment planning
  • Restorations
  • Amalgam
  • GIC
  • Composite
  • Deep caries management
  • Vital bleaching
  • Management of traumatized teeth
  • Root canal treatment of Anterior and premolars
    • Molars –Interns
  • Assisting PGs and staff

Our Vision

To Develop Sri Balaji Dental College into a centre of excellence in Dental Education.

To provide access to the highest quality oral health care for mass population of rural areas.


  • Department Of Oral Medicine, Diagnosis and Radiology
  • Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
  • Department of Periodontics
  • Department of Conservative Dentistry and Endodontics
  • Department of Prosthodontics and Crown & Bridge
  • Department of Oral Pathology
  • Department of Pedodontics and Preventive Dentistry
  • Department of Orthodontics and Dento Facial Orthopedics
  • Department of Public Health Dentistry
  • Department of Dental Anatomy & Oral Histology
  • Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology & Microbiology
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