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TAGORE DENTAL COLLEGE
AND HOSPITAL


Recognised by Dental Council of India - Department of Health and Family Welfare,Govt. of India. Affliated to The Tamil Nadu Dr.M.G.R Medical University

HOSPITAL

TAGORE DENTAL COLLEGE AND HOSPITAL

Tagore dental College & Hospital is in existence from 2006 at the current location. It caters to the suburban and rural population in and around the college, Vandalur, Tambaram, Chengelpet, Kelambakkam etc. All types of dental treatments including advanced treatments and surgeries are done in the college and surgeries at Tagore Medical College. Emergency services are offered at the hospital at night also where duty doctors are posted.

The range of treatments include

X Rays

Scaling (cleaning) & gum surgery

Extractions and jaw surgeries

Dentures- both removable & Fixed

Implants

Total Rehabilitation

Esthetic fillings

Tooth coloured fillings

Tooth canal treatments

Fixed and removable clips for teeth aligning

Lingual orthodontics and Ceramic braces

Myo-Functional appliances

Children treatment like fillings, scaling, extractions, Root canal treatments, Habit breaking appliances, space maintainers, fixed appliances

Treatment of children under General Anaesthesiology

Biopsy histopathology and blood tests.

 

DEPARTMENT OF ORAL MEDICINE & RADIOLOGY

            Oral Medicine and Radiology is the specialty that focuses on the diagnosis and medical management of complex diagnostic and medical disorders affecting the mouth and jaws.

 ORAL LICHEN PLANUS                                                                                                           A non scrapable white interlacing line in the inner cheek mainly due to stress.            

 

                               

CANDIDIASIS                                                                                                                            A scrapable white patch along with reddish lesion in palate due to inhalation of steroid or chronic usage of broad spectrum antibiotics.

 

 

LEUKOPLAKIA     

A white patch in inner cheek and tongue due to chronic use of smoking or tobacco chewing.                               

          

 

TOBACCO POUCH KERATOSIS 

 A white patch in the mouth due to chronic use of keeping smokeless tobacco

                               

 

ORAL SUBMUCOUS FIBROSIS

Burning sensation of mouth and restricted mouth opening, paleness of inner cheek due to chronic use of paan and betal nut.

 

         

 

HERPES ZOSTER

Multiple ulcers in the mouth associated with fever and tiredness.

 

PREOP                                                                                       POST OP

         

 

 

TRAUMATIC FIBROMA                                                                                                            A growth in the mouth due to chronic biting or trauma.

 

         

 

ALLERGIC STOMATITIS                                                                                                      Diffuse erythmatous patches in the mouth due to change in tooth paste / mouthwash

 

PREOP                                                                                       POST OP

         

 

DEPARTMENT OF PERIODONTICS & IMPLANTOLOGY

The Department of Periodontics specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of the diseases and conditions of the structures that surround the teeth (gingiva and bone) and placement of dental implants. It provides knowledge, instructions and clinical experience dealing with the etiology, diagnosis, prevention and treatment of diseases affecting the supporting tissues of teeth and their substitutes such as dental implants.

 

CASE 1: A Case of successful periodontal plastic surgery 

Gingival recession is the most common mucogingival deformity and should be treated at its earliest detection. Periodontal plastic surgery is a rapidly emerging field.  A “laterally positioned flap”, has been used for root coverage in recession defect in mandibular anterior area, thereby allowing better esthetics, increase in attached gingiva, decreasing both hypersensitivity and cervical caries.

                               PRE - OP                                                          POST - OP

 

CASE 2: Lingual Frenectomy Case

 

A lingual frenectomy is also known as tongue tie release. It is the removal of a band of tissue on the underside of the tongue. This tissue when present in excess will cause difficulty in speech.

                                   PRE - OP                                                          POST - OP

 

 

CASE 3: A Case of successful soft tissue augmentation

 Insufficient or absence of  attached gingiva increases the risk of development of gingival recessions. Especially thin gingival biotype is more prone to recession. “Free gingival grafting”,  is reliable for increasing gingival thickness, as it maintains a blood supply to the graft and therefore has good predictability; it provides good aesthetics with preservation of the original gingival tissue.

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DEPARTMENT OF PEDODONTICS

The Department provides training in comprehensive oral health care for pediatric patients. Our clinics provide comprehensive oral health examinations, teeth cleaning, fluoride treatments, sealants, restorative procedures (fillings, crowns, etc.), extractions and minor surgical procedures, space-maintainers, athletic mouth guard, interceptive orthodontic when applicable, and urgent care (trauma, infection, etc.).

                 

     

           

       

 

 

 

 

 

 

PROSTHODONTICS AND CROWN & BRIDGE

Prosthodontics is the branch of dentistry concerned with the replacement of oral and extra oral facial structure to improve function, comfort, appearance, and health of the patient. Treatment modalities include complete denture, removable partial denture, fixed dental prosthesis, dental implants and Maxillo facial Prosthesis.

COMPLETE DENTURE

CASE 1.

PREOP                                             POST OP

 

65 years old female patient had come to the Department of Prosthodontics and Crown and Bridge in Tagore dental College and Hospital with a chief complaint of missing teeth in the upper and lower arch. Pt. was given Complete denture in the maxilla and mandible and was satisfied with the treatment.

REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURE

CASE 2.

PREOP                                                                    POST OP

    

Partially missing teeth region is replaced with removable partial denture to improve esthetics, function and to avoid migration & tilting of teeth towards teeth missing region.

 

FIXED PARTIAL DENTURE

CASE 3.

PREOP                                                                       POST OP

   

Endodontically treated teeth for which metal ceramic crown is cemented after tooth preparation to improve esthetics , function and to avoid fracture of the teeth post endodontic procedure.

 

IMPLANT SUPPORTED HYBRID PROSTHESIS

CASE 4.

PRE OP                                                                      

 

POST OP

 

Procedure is done for completely edentulous patient who opts for a fixed prosthesis treatment. Multiple implants placement and hybrid prosthesis is screwed over it

GUM FIT DENTURE CASE

CASE 5.

PREOP                                                                        POST OP

    

Post extraction of the teeth is replaced with gum fit acrylic prosthesis which improves both aesthetics and function.

 

EYE PROSTHESIS

CASE 6.

PREOP                                                                                              POST OP

                                                    

Patient with post - surgical defect of the eye is treated by prosthodontist with stock eye prosthesis. Which improves patient aesthetics.

 

 

 

CASE 1 - squamous cell carcinoma of left buccal mucosa.  Management – Wide excision of the lesion & reconstruction with Delta pectoral flap 

        

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CASE 2 - Neuroectomy- Trigeminal neuralgia  in inferior alveolar nerve & infra orbital nerve.  Management- Neuroectomy

                   

              INFERIOR ALVEOLAR NERVE                                      INFRA ORBITAL NERVE

CASE 3 -  Orthognathic surgery- Bimaxillary protrusion - management- Le fort 1 osteotomy, BSSO & Genioplasty

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  POST - OP

CASE 4 - TMJ ankylosis – Gap arthroplasty

PRE-OP                                                                                     INTRA - OP
 

     

POST - OP                                                                               AFTER 1 YEAR

      

CASE 5 - ORBITAL FLOOR FRACTURE MANAGEMENT

    

 

 

 

 

CONSERVATIVE DENTISTRY & ENDODONTICS

The Department Of Conservative Dentistry & Endodontics  provides education to develop competent diagnosticians and clinicians in the field of dentistry that focuses on the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diseases involving the dental pulp and the tissues at the root apex. We also exclusively deal with conservative and aesthetic management of tooth deformities.

 

CASE 1: DIASTEMA CLOSURE OF UPPER ANTERIORS

 

 

CASE 2DIRECT ANTERIOR COMPOSITE RESTORATION

                                     PRE - OP                                                                                      POST - OP

 

 

 

CASE 3: INLAY WITH CUSP CAPPING DONE IN LOWER MOLARS

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CASE 4: RCT DONE IN UPPER INCISOR FOLLOWED BY POST AND CORE PLACEMENT

                       PRE - OP                                                                                                                            POST - OP

 

 

 

CASE 5: RCT DONE IN UPPER ANTERIORS FOLLOWED BY COMPOSITE BUILD UP

                       PRE - OP                                                                                                          POST - OP

                                                           PRE - OP RADIOGRAPGH                          WORKING LENGTH                                              MASTER CONE

                                                                                                                             COLD LATERAL COMPACTION                                   OBTURATION

 

 

CASE 6: MIDLINE DIASTEMA CLOSURE USING COMPOSITE RESTORATIONS

   

 

 

CASE 7: ROOT CANAL RE TREATMENT IN UPPER MOLAR

   

 

 

 

 

 

ORAL AND MAXILLOFACIAL PATHOLOGY & MICROBIOLOGY

Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology deals with the nature of oral diseases, their causes, processes and effects. It relates the clinical manifestation of oral diseases to physiologic and anatomic changes associated with these diseases. Department includeshematology lab, histopathology lab and microscope section. It has facilities to conduct various histopathological examinations and also a complete haemograms.

 

CASE 1.  ATROPHIC CANDIDIASIS IN THE PALATE OF 38 YEAR OLD FEMALE PATIENT

    

         CLINICAL PRESENTATION                           PAPANICOLAOU STAIN                              PERIODIC ACID–SCHIFF STAIN

 

CASE 2.  MONOSTOTIC FIBROUS DYSPLASIA AFFECTING MANDIBLE IN A 19 YEAR OLD FEMALE PATIENT

   

 EXTRAORAL PICTURE                       RADIOGRAPHIC APPEARANCE                         HISTOPATHOLOGICAL PICTURE

 

 CASE 3.  NASOPALATINE DUCT CYST IN THE ANTERIOR MAXILLA OF 36 YEAR OLD MALE PATIENT

  

    RADIOGRAPHIC APPEARANCE                                                HISTOPATHOLOGICAL PICTURE

 

 CASE 4.  UNICYSTIC AMELOBLASTOMA AFFECTING RIGHT MANDIBLE IN A 9 YEAR OLD FEMALE  PATIENT

                         RADIOGRAPHIC APPEARANCE                                                         HISTOPATHOLOGICAL PICTURE

 

CASE 5.  RHINOCEREBRAL MUCORMYCOSIS PRESENTING AS DRY SOCKET IN A 68 YEAR OLD MALE PATIENT

   

   INTRAORAL PICTURE                                 CBCT APPEARANCE                          HISTOPATHOLOGICAL PICTURE

 

CASE 6.  ODONTOGENIC KERATOCYST IN RIGHT MAXILLA OF 15 YEAR OLD MALE PATIENT

      HAEMATOXYLIN-EOSIN STAIN                        PICROSIRIUS RED STAIN                    POLARIZATION MICROSCOPE

ORTHODONTICS AND DENTOFACIAL ORTHOPEDICS 

CASE 1: 18 YEAR OLD Female patient visited our clinic to seek help to correct her forwardly placed teeth & improve her smile. We noted that she had bi-maxillary protrusion with Moderate crowding in both the arches. Therapeutic extractions were advised for Orthodontic Management. Space Closure was achieved using Sliding Mechanics. All the Treatment Objectives were fulfilled.The patient was very happy to appreciate that her profile & smile had improved.

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CASE 2: Mini-Implants are here to stay in Orthodontics. It has pushed the boundaries of the Envelope of Discrepancy. The following clinical case was completed in 33 orthodontic appointments; showing that a surgical case could be treated satisfactorily with Mini-implant supported Orthodontics.

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CASE 3: Mini-Implants have recently changed the way how patients are being treated with Orthodontics. It has pushed the boundaries of the Envelope of Discrepancy. Some patients have a mental block towards Orthognathic surgical correction of malocclusion, in spite of proper guidance and education. For such patients, Mini implants are a dream come true. The following clinical case was completed in 24 orthodontic appointments; showing that a surgical case could be treated satisfactorily with Mini-implant supported Orthodontics.

                     

 

CASE 4: 19yr old female came with complaint of mal-alinged tooth. On examination and investigation maxillary arch constriction with posterior bilateral crossbite observed. MARPE appliance is inserted to correct maxillary constriction.

 

 

 

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH DENTISTRY

ANTITOBACCO COUNSELLING

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DENTAL MUSEUM

 

ORAL HEALTH EDUCATION

 

PIT AND FISSURE SEALANT APPLICATION

 

SATELLITE CLINIC

 

MOBILE DENTAL VAN

 

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