Workshop : PROXI-CON 2023
This workshop focused on this everyday clinical situation faced by Dental surgeons -and aimed to bring the state of art science and technology to perform aesthetic restorations . It focused on this everyday challenge faced by clinicians -and aimed to bring the state of art science and technology to treat anterior teeth .
The conference received a total of 131 registrations for the lectures and 86 registrations for the Hands-on course. The delegates included students, interns , post graduates, alumni of Department of Endodontics , Graduate alumni of the Institutionand private practitioners from Jabalpur as well as Mahakoshal region.
The workshop was accredited by the Dental Council Of India and received 12 credit points from the M.P STATE DENTAL COUNCIL and was conducted in association with IDA Jabalpur Branch.
The Inauguration ceremony was graced by Shri Jagat Bahadur Singh, Mayor, Jabalpur was the Chief guest and Shri Vishwamohan (secretary, Hitkarini sabha ) presided over . Shri Mukul Khampariya ( Joint secretary -Hitkarini Sabha), and Dr H. S. Markam ( General body member- Hitkarini Dental College ) graced the function. The program was graced by Director Dr Rajesh Dhirawani and Dean Dr Rohit Mishra .
Alternatives to Endodontic therapy in management of teeth with irreversible pulpitis. Dr Ajay Logani, AIIMS New Delhi
Tips and tricks for simplifying Direct Anterior Composite Restorations – Dr Smita Singh, Udaipur.
Class IV Incisal Build up -Dr Smita Singh, Udaipur.
Model presentation by students-
Gold medal winners-
Silver medal winners -Two teams
TOPIC - INSTRUMENT GRASPS AND DENTAL CHAIR POSITION
TOPIC- DECAYED v/s HEALTHY TOOTH
TOPIC - STEPS OF RCT
Aastha Kalbande Abhishek Chaturvedi Akansha Vishwakarma Akansha Chadar Akshat Singh Gour Amisha Patel Anupriya Jhariya Ankita Paul
Aarya Jain Anjali Anjali Bais Anusha Agarwal Anushree saxena Aradhana Choudhary Bhavika Pandita Chaitanya Dubey
Shashank Singh Shruti Budholiya Tanu Vats Tejal Vijaykar Vanshika Goyal Vartika Sharma Vishnupriya Chourasiya
The “RESTORATIVE DAY”” Was organized by Department of Conservative Dentistry & Endodontics Hitkarini Dental college, Jabalpur on 26th April 2023. Total143 Esthetic restorations were completed by active participation from all delegates.
The highest number of restorations (34) were performed by Dr Pallavi Sinha ( second year postgraduate) and she was awarded a gold medal by the Respected Director sir and Dean sir.
Glimpses of the workshop
25th National Workshop on Cranio-Maxillofacial Surgery 2023
This workshop has been focusing on Basic and Advanced Techniques in the field of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery for the last 25 years. It takes place in collaboration with Jabalpur Hospital and Research Centre and Hitkarini Dental College which has been an integral part of this workshop for the last 18 years.
The main highlight of this workshop is live demonstrations of complex and advanced surgeries of the Head and Neck region. Delegates and postgraduate students have a chance of one-to-one interaction with the operating surgeons. Post-graduate activities like poster and paper presentations are also conducted which are judged by Senior faculties. More than 40 National and International guest faculties were invited to deliver Scientific deliberations in the workshop this time. There were more than 75 registrations which included delegates and postgraduate students from the field of OMFS countryside.
The workshop was conducted under the auspices of ‘THE INDIAN ACADEMY OF MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY’ and ‘The ASSOCIATION OF ORAL AND MAXILLOFACIAL SURGEONS OF INDIA’. Scientific Endorsement was given by the International Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons. It was accredited by the M.P. DCI with 24 credit points. The president of the International Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery – Dr. ALEJANDRO MARTINEZ [Chief Guest] with 4 other international speakers Prof. G.E. GHALI (USA), DR STAVAN PATEL (USA), DR DAVID MONTES (USA) & DR ROSS BROKMANN (USA) were invited this time.
The Inauguration ceremony was also graced by Dr. J N KHANNA, Chairman IAMFS, MAJ. GEN. DR P N AWASTHI, VSM [ ADVISOR IAMFS], DR RADHIKA RAMASWAMI [ NATIONAL SECRETARY], DR MAHENDRAAGRAWAL [TREASURER] DR VINOD KAPOOR, DR DG ADWANI & DR JEEVANLATA [executive members of IAMFS]. Shri RAJESH AGRAWAL [Chairman Governing Body, HDCH] & Shri VISHWAMOHAN (secretary, Hitkarini Sabha) was the special guest for the ceremony. The program was made successful by Dr. Rajesh Dhirawani (Director HDCH) who has been the backbone of this workshop and Dean (HDCH) Dr. Rohit Mishra.
Organizing chairman Dr. Gunjan Dube and Organizing secretary Dr. Sanyog Pathak (HoD, Oral and Maxillofacial surgery, HDCH) thanked all the dignitaries at the end for making the event memorable.
Glimpses of the workshop
Workshop : CBCT GUIDED & 3D PRINTING – 17th January 2023
Introduction – This workshop focused on 3D printing and imaging technology for advanced radiologic application, diagnostics and treatment planning and to assess the accuracy of CBCT guided virtual planning and also emphasized on digital surgical guides after CBCT.
Objectives of this Workshop:
• The advantages of digital planning in implant dentistry and the software options.
• The oral scanning process to create accurate STL files and the optimal scan tools.
• What equipment do you need to make 3D-Printed guides in your office?
• How to correctly plan a prosthetically driven implant placement.
• How to design a surgical guide in 3D software.
• How to manufacture and post-process a surgical guide with a 3D-printer.
• How to scan implant scan bodies during surgery?
• Guided implant surgery during the live patient demonstration.
Affiliations– Total Registration received for the lecture was 120. The delegates included are students, interns, Post-graduates, Alumni of Department of Oral Medicine and Radiology. The program was graced by Director Dr. Rajesh B Dhirawani and Dean Dr. Rohit Mishra.
LECTURE TOPIC – THE ART TO PRINT YOUR PLAN (CBCT GUIDED IMPLANT SURGERY AND 3D PRINTING)
LIVE DEMO – “DIGITAL SURGICAL GUIDES”
Workshop : PERIO VISION- 2022
Oral implantology is a rapidly evolving field within dentistry and there is strong demand in the marketplace for prosthetic rehabilitation using oral implants.
Implant is clearly one of the major advances within oral health care sciences in modern times. Clinical training in this area of specialization is still not included in the curriculum of undergraduate programs, therefore this workshop was aimed to help the graduate students to learn the clinical skills needed to integrate oral implant as an option for the provision of restorative solutions for single or partial missing teeth. The training also helps the students and clinicians to think critically and to make informed decisions from evidence-based research.
The workshop was accredited by the Dental Council of India and received 12 credit points from the M.P STATE DENTAL COUNCIL.
The Inauguration ceremony was graced by Dr ASHOK KHANDELWAL, VICE CHANCELLOR, Madhya Pradesh medical science university, Jabalpur (Chief guest) Dr Pushpraj Singh Baghel, Registrar, Madhya Pradesh Medical Science University, Jabalpur was the guest of honor and Shri Rajesh Agrawal (President, Hitkarini Sabha) presided over the function. Shri Vishwamohan (secretary, Hitkarini sabha) and Smt. Sunayana Pateriya (Vice President, Hitkarini Sabha) were special guest. Shri Mukul Khampariya (Joint secretary -Hitkarini Sabha), Shri Sandeep Golcha (General body member- Hitkarini Dental College ), and Dr H.S Markam (General body member- Hitkarini Dental College ) graced the function. The program was graced by Director Dr Rajesh Dhirawani and Dean Dr Rohit Mishra.
Objective of the Workshop:
- To provide the participants a through systematic and logical exposure to implant dentistry.
- To help the participants to effectively incorporate implant dentistry into their dental practice.
- Rational creation of overall treatment plans in relation to implant dentistry.
- To provide a program based on the realities of private practice and not just theoretical aspects.
- To Provide a skill-oriented interactive sessions on laboratory and surgical phases.
Lecture 1 : Back to basic Implantology
Lecture 2 : next level Implantology tips and tricks of sinus lift – direct and indirect sinus lift.
Lecture 3 : Grafting strategies around iplants – when where & how
Hands-on session and live demonstration using 3-D surgical stent
Glimpses of the workshop
Workshop : PROXI – CON 2022
This workshop focused on this everyday challenge faced by clinicians -and aimed to bring the state of art science and technology to treat posterior teeth . it focused on this everyday challenge faced by clinicians -and aimed to bring the state of art science and technology to treat posterior teeth .
The conference received a total of 126 registrations for the lectures and 54 registrations for the Hands-on course.
The delegates included students, interns , post graduates, alumni of Department of Endodontics and private practitioners from Jabalpur as well as Mahakoshal region.
Department of Prosthodontics & Crown and Bridge CDE – 2017
Department of Prosthodontics & Crown and Bridge had conducted CDE on Full Mouth Rehabilitation with Predictability And Precision on 20th November 2017. Dr. Rajesh Sethuraman, Professor & HOD, K.M. Shah Dental College & Hospital, Vadodara, Gujarat, was the speaker.
Inauguration ceremony was conducted by Shri Mahendra Bhandari Ji, Shri Vishwa Mohan Ji, Dr. Rajesh B. Dhirawani, Dr. K.T.Chandrashekar, and Dr. Sneha Mantri. This CDE programme gave an insight on the causes, diagnosis and treatment planning for cases indicated for FMR to totally rejuvenate the mouth functionally and esthetically.
Lectures and live demonstrations were conducted on Facebow record and Transfer, Checking and Recording Vertical Dimension, Making Interocclusal Records, & Programming the Articulators.
Department of Paedodontic & Preventive Dentistry CDE – 2017
The department of Paedodontic & Preventive Dentistry conducted a CDE programme- Management of Traumatic Dental Injuries in young Permanent Teeth: Guidelines & Beyond. The programme was supported by International Association of Dental Traumatology. The guest speakers Dr Nitesh Tewari & Dr Ashish Saxena delivered beautiful lectures & enlightened the audience. This occasion was graced by eminent personalities- Shri Vishwa Mohan Ji, Shri Mahendra Bhandari Ji, Dr Rajesh B Dhirawani & Dr Akhilesh Pandy. The programme was highly appreciated by the delegates participating in lectures as well as hands on.
Scientific Meetings Since June 2016
July-2016: The scientific meeting for the month of July 2016 was organised on 21st July 2016.
Speaker: Dr. Indraj Arora, Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Topic: Tooth for a Tooth.
The goal of dentistry is to replace missing teeth to restore masticatory function and aesthetics. Autogenous tooth transplantation or auto transplantation is the surgical transplantation of vital or endodontically treated tooth from its original location in the mouth to another site of same individual. The successful auto transplantation of the third molar was initially reported by Fong in 1953. Auto transplantation is feasible fast and economic option for the treatment of non-salvageable teeth when a suitable donor tooth is available. The outcome of this procedure depends on careful case selection and an understanding of biological principles. As with other organ transplantation there is no problem of paucity or availability of tooth which has to be transferred at functional area. Success rates reported in studies vary considerably, ranging from 74-100% for transplantation of third molars. The prognosis of auto transplantation is generally good not only because of the greater probability of tooth integration in the alveolus, but also due to lack of any histocompatibility problem.
June-2016: The scientific meeting for the month of June 2016 was organised on 9th June 2016.
Speaker: Dr. Pragya Trivedi, Department of Prosthodontics and Crown & Bridge
Topic: A study of iatrogenic damage to adjacent teeth during crown and bridge preparation.
Fixed prosthodontics is a major component of restorative dentistry. The guiding principle in medical ethics is “to cause no harm”, which raises a controversial question on crown preparations when we consider iatrogenic damage to adjacent tooth surfaces. The Oxford dictionary defines iatrogenic damage to be those that are “caused by examination or treatment”. This topic is not commonly discussed as it is difficult for health care professionals to accept that unnecessary harm can happen to patients during a routine procedure such as a cavity or crown preparations. In dentistry, the risk of iatrogenic damage during restorative procedures is high due to the fact that high-speed cutting instruments are used with indirect vision and teeth are in close contact. Breaking through the contact points is when iatrogenic damage is most likely to happen. The aim of this study was to determine the prevalence and extent of iatrogenic damages associated with crown and bridge preparations, reported among the post graduate dental students of Madhya Pradesh state.