Department of Prosthodontics

Prosthodontics is one of the specialties in dentistry which endeavors to restore the function of dental and oral tissues using aesthetic principles. The department emphasizes to rehabilitate completely and partially edentulous patients with complete dentures, removable and fixed partial dentures, maxillofacial prosthesis and intra and extra oral implants.

The department is keen in imparting comprehensive skills to the undergraduate and postgraduate students. The clinical training begins in third year BDS and the students are trained and tested to carry our treatment ranging from simple cases to complex ones. The Post graduates carry out routine treatment as well as complex cases involving complete dentures, cast partial dentures, fixed prosthesis, implants and maxillofacial cases.

The department has separate undergraduate and post graduate clinics with modern equipment. The clinic is supplemented by dental laboratory for casting and fabricating a variety of prostheses.

CDE Programs Organized

‘Implant Prosthodontics Workshop- Basic to Advanced’ on 13th and 14th December 2017

Head of the Department

Prof. Dr. Mukesh Dhanda MDS


BDS: Faculty of Dentistry, King George’s Medical University, Lucknow, 1982.
MDS: Faculty of Dentistry, King George’s Medical University, Lucknow, 1985.
Post Graduate guide
Former Member of Dental Council of India, New Delhi.



Reattachment of fractured crown fragment in permanent dentition: Clinical consideration- Uttaranchal State Dental Journal, 2003.
The right impression for the right prosthesis- Uttaranchal State Dental Journal, 2003. Dilemma of the mental foramen during implant placement – A case report- Dental Journal Research & Review, 2009.
Predictable implantology – A planned approach- Dental Ocean, 2010.
Limited mouth opening, A challenge in complete denture prosthodontics; A case report- Indian Journal of Dental Sciences, 2011.
Ceramic laminate veneers: A conservative approach to esthetics- Indian Journal of Dental Sciences, 2011.
Van Der Woude syndrome- Indian Journal of Dental Sciences- Journal of Research and Advancement in Dentistry, 2014.
Comparative evaluation of signs of temporomandibular joint dysfunction and occlusal discrepancies in asymptomatic men and women: A cross-sectional study. (Original research)- Indian Journal of Dental Sciences, 2018.