Department of Dentistry is one amongst many other
specialties in the field of medicine at Baroda
Medical College & S.S.G. Hospital. Department began
its journey with tiny steps in the decade of 60s,
and since then it is thriving to provide
compassionate, comprehensive and superior quality
dental care to community.
Our scope of practice encompasses the diagnosis and
treatment of a wide variety of conditions and
diseases of the Teeth, mouth, face, head and neck.
Department has also been entrusted with an academic
task of introducing the budding medical students to
the subject of dentistry and to provide holistic
view of clinical dental practice.
Department aims to become the standard bearer for
education of medical students in the subject of
dentistry and high quality patient care in the field
of dental practice.
Department of dentistry (OPD-14) is
situated on the first floor of OPD building block in
the campus of medical college & S.S.G. Hospital,
LIST OF FACULTY MEMBERS
DETAILS OF FACULTY MEMBERS
STORE KEEPER - I.G
MEDIO SOCIAL WORKER =
RANJAN BEN KAVIVAL
DETAILS OF NON-TEACHING
||Name of Faculty
||Parul D. Patel
||Darshan R. Patel
Subject of dentistry falls in
to the category of allied specialty under the main
subject of general surgery at medical college.
Theory lectures are held for students of IInd year
of M.B.B.S on a weekly basis for a period of 6
months. Theory lectures are based on standard
syllabus in accordance with guidelines prescribed by
Medical Council of India.
During their IIIrd year students are posted for a
period of 15 days in the dental clinics for 2-3
hours on daily basis. During which daily they
participate in clinical discussions of various
significant topics of dental science and receive
chair side clinical teaching. They are demonstrated
to obtain a case history and perform thorough
clinical examination of a dental patient. Students
are allowed to observe the dispensing of various
common dental procedures and are explained the
principles and rationale behind it.
At the end of the posting an assessment is made
which is based on evaluating knowledge and
information they have gained through clinical
posting. A short written assessment is organized
during their IIIrd year of M.B.B.S.
Regular academic activities for undergraduate
students in the form of clinical case discussions,
chair side demonstration and seminars.
Department intends highly in participating in
interdisciplinary research project in collaboration
with other fields of medicine and raising the
research and scholarly activity profile of the
Spread by word of mouth has brought patients from
all walks of life, not only from Vadodara city, but
all towns around and also from neighboring states.
The outpatient department not only imparts plethora
of dental treatment services, but also segregates
patients to be admitted in house for the treatment
of various oral and maxillofacial disorders. E.N.T.
department generously accommodates dental patients
for indoor service facilities (6 Beds) and also
provides operation theatre facility for major oral
Consultants attend dental references sent from
various OPD and UBS/NUBS references from Wards of
various medical disciplines. Department maintains
symbiotic relationships with all other departments
for the betterment of patient.
Department returns its obligation to society by
actively participating in social and community
services in terms of organizing diagnostic and
therapeutic dental camps.
Providing Modern dental care with good hospitality
is the motto of department.
Department offers following treatment procedure :-
• Routine Extractions
• Restorative Procedures ( Filling)
• Endodontic Procedures ( Root Canal Treatment/
• Routine Cleaning Of Teeth ( Oral Prophylaxis)
• Periodontal Procedures
• Periodontal Flap Surgery
• Complete Denture Prosthesis
• Removable Denture Prosthesis
• Dental Implants
• General Dental Care For Medically Compromised
• Dental Care For Geriatric Patients
• Dental Care For Pediatric Patients
• Dental Care For Physically And Mentally Challenged
• Removal Of Impacted Third Molars (Wisdom Teeth)
• Routine Tooth Extraction
• Evaluation And Management Of Oral Mucosal Lesions
• Minor Oral Surgical Procedures Under Local
• Major Oral Surgical Procedures Under General
• Diagnosis Of Oral Carcinoma
• Treat Accident Victims Suffering From Facial
• Jaw Cysts And Tumors
• Temporo-Mandibular Joint Surgery
• Jaw And Facial Reconstruction Following Tumor
Surgery Or Trauma
• Reconstructive And Cosmetic Facial Surgery
• Corrective Jaw Surgery (Orthognathic Surgery)
Outpatient Area with 4 manual dental chairs
Minor oral surgical operation theatre with 2
dental semiautomatic chairs
Prosthetic Laboratory with one manual dental chair
Demonstration room for students
Efficacy of Modified Erich Arch Bar in
Maxillomandibular Fixation in Cases of Mandibular
survey about awareness of periodontal health amongst
the students of professional medical and paramedical
colleges in Vadodara.
A comparative study between serratopeptidase versus
a combination of trypsin+bromelain+rutoside in the
reduction of postoperative sequelae after surgical
removal of impacted mandibular third molar.
Shoyeb Shaikh, G Singh,
Anil Singh, A Gaur. Pyogenic Granuloma of
unusual size with alveolar resorption in 75
year old patient: A case report. NJMS.
Vol.3. Issue. 1. Jan-June 2012. 75.
Shoyeb Shaikh. Rashmi
Agarwal. Intra oral lipoma in the region of
mental nerve: a case report. Journal of
Indian Dental Association May 2010 Vol. 4
No. 5. 173-175.
R Kamla, Shaikh
Shoyeb,Sinha Abhishek, Arti Saluja. Oral
Myiasia – A case report. Indian Journal of
Public Health Research and Development 2013
Vol. 4 issue 3 130-132.
Shoyeb Shaikh, M Mishra,
Arunesh Tewari, Harmurti singh. Comparison
of gap osteo arthroplasty and
interpositional gap osteoarthroplasty in TMJ
ankylosis. Journal of OroFacial Research.
Shoyeb K. Shaikh, Madan
Mishra, Gaurav Singh, Jitender K. Arora,
Saif Khurshid. Effectiveness of buccal fat
pad in surgical management of oral submucous
fibrosis: A prospective study of 20 cases.
Jr of oral & maxillofacial surgery, oral
medicine & oral pathology. July 2014 Vol 6.
Issue 3 308-311
Shoyeb Shaikh, MN
Ravishankar,Anil Singh, Amit Kumar.
Unicystic ameloblastoma of maxilla. Journal
of Indian Dental Association Jan 2012; Vol.
6 No. 1 60-62
Ravi Shankar, Gaurav
Singh, Deepak Singh, Anurag Yadav, Shoyeb
Shaikh, Ravi Jain. Bone regeneration in
osseous defects using hydroxyapatite graft
and the extent of ossification in osseous
defects treated without graft: Evaluation.
Journal of Maxillofacial and Oral Surgery
Apr June 2011. 10(2)123-126
Anil Singh, Shoyeb
Shaikh, Fahad Samadi,Shikha Shrivastava,
Ruchita Verma. Maxillary unicystic
Ameloblastoma : A review of literature.
National Journal of Maxillofacial Surgery.
July Dec 2011Vo. 2 Issue 2. 163-165
Ravishankr MN, Shoyeb
Shaikh, Rashmi Agarwal, Anurag Yadav,
Ameloblastomatous Calcifying epithelial
Odontogenic cyst: A case report. Journal of
Tamilnadu Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon. 2011
Raval, Arti J.; Patel,
Prashant . Surgical lip repositioning: An
esthetic correction for gummy smile. Guident
. Oct2013, Vol. 6 Issue 11, p46-48. 3p.
Pandya Arti, Shah
Monali, Rathva Vandana. Fixed Intracoronal
Continuous Bar Splinting with Artificial
Acrylic Teeth. Sept.-2012. Vol.-5, Issue-10,
rti S. Pandya, Jayman
B. Raval, Optical Coherence Tomography – A
Review. Guident, March-2011, Vol-4, Issue-4,
Arti Pandya, Vandana
Rathva, Generalized Aggressive Periodontitis
– A case report, Clinical Dentistry,
April-2011, Vol-V, Issue 4, Page 59-63.
Arti Pandya, Nehal
Sheth, Hemisection: Is it worth in an era of
Implants? Dental Practice, Sep-Oct 2010,
Vol-9, No-5, Page-30-32.
Alternative anaesthetic technique-Anterior
Middle Superior Alveolar Nerve Block for
maxillary Periodontal procedures, Famdent,
April-June 2010, Vol-10, Issue-4, Page
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Sharmila Verma, Periodontal-Orthodontic
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Activities Carried Out
we have celebrated “ORAL HEALTH WEEK ’’from dated:
20/03/2018 to 26/03/2018 where outdoor camps were
held out to different places with free oral check up
and distribution of tooth brushes were carried
out…..and parallel to the indoor departmental
lectures and advices needed for different oral
hygiene measures were carried out under which
maximum participation was observed.