Department of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
  • Treatment Rendered By The Department :-
    • Extractions
    • Surgical extraction and disimpactions
    • Minor oral surgical procedures like biopsy, alveoplasty, canine exposure, frenectomy, etc.
    • Management of maxillofacial trauma
    • Management of cysts and tumors of oral and maxillofacial regionManagement of temporomandibular joint pathologies
    • Management of temporomandibular joint pathologies
    • Management of developmental or acquired deformities of oral and maxillofacial region
    • Management of patients with trigeminal neuralgia
    • Management of premalignant lesions and conditions of oral and maxillofacial region like submucous fibrosis, leukoplakia
    • Management of oral malignancies
    • Management of emergency patients on casualty basis

  • Approximate number of patients treated per month- 3000

    ORAL SUBMUCOUS FIBROSIS

    MICROVASCULAR SURGERY


  • Number of post graduate students- 03

  • Thesis submitted in M.U.H.S in last 5 years-
    • Cryosurgical treatment evaluation in the management of oral and maxillofacial lesions- an in vivo study- Dr. Shailesh Kumbhare (2012)
    • Comparative evaluation of 2.0 mm stainless steel locking miniplates with champy`s miniplates in mandibular fracture surgery : an in vivo study-Dr .Vishal dewalwar (2011)
    • Comparision of healing after oral soft tissue surgery using Diode lasers with continuous wave and pulse mode: An in vivo study.-Dr Ashok Unawane (2011)
    • Clinical & Radiological evaluation of Osseointegreted Dental Implants after Placment in the Edentulous Areas of Oral Cavity.-Dr Nilesh Soni (2010)
    • Comparative evaluation of 3-Dimensional Miniplates and Champy's Miniplates in Treatment of Mandibular Angle Fracture.-Dr Sanjog Chandak (2010)
    • Comparative evaluation between three dimensional plates and champy'Symphysis miniplates in the treatment of mandibular fractures- Dr Nitin Patil (2009)
    • Versatility of collagen as a dressing material for intraoral surgical defects- in vivo study Dr Vikalp Rastogi(2009)

  • New equipments in department -
    • Laser
    • Piezotome
    • Surgical operating microscope
    • Operation theatre with high end facilities

  • Scientific papers published –
    • Computed tomographic analysis of position of the mandibular canal in unilateral tmj ankylosis patient part 1 Dr Sanjog C & Dr P.K.Pandilwar BJOMS 2012
    • Deep venous thrombosis : report of two cases Oral Surgery, Oral Medicine, Oral Pathology and Oral Radiology, May 2012 Sanjog O. Chandak, Prashant K. Pandilwar
    • Epidemic of herpes zoster in family
      Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Medicine, and Pathology, Volume 24, Issue 1, March 2012, Pages 42-44
      Sanjog O. Chandak, Prashant K. Pandilwar
    • Conservative management of unicystic ameloblastoma in a young child: report of two cases pubmed 2011
    • Ultrasound role in myofascial pain dysfunction syndrome on masticatory muscles Indian journal stomatology 2010;1(1)6-10 2010
    • Ameloblastoma : An evidence based study JOMS June 2010 9(2):173-177 2010
    • Prevalence ,treatment and recurrence of odontogenic keratocyst in central india JOMS June 2010 9(2): 146-149 2010
    • Standardization of mouth opening in central india population IJOMS October 2007 Dr C bande, Dr P.K.Pandilwar
    • A rationalize treatment approach over a decade in odontome management International Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Volume 36, Issue 11, November 2007, Page 1046 S.R. Kamble, P.K. Pandilwar
    • Non responding cellulitis :A case report Dr C bande, Dr P.K.Pandilwar Dental probe March 2007

  • Other Achivements (If Any) -
    • First prize in poster presentation in NIDACON 2012
    • Alveolar bone necrosis and tooth loss: A rare complication of herpes zoster (Dr Shailesh K & Dr Saurabh R)

  • Future planning (next 5 years)—
    • Department of oral & maxillofacial surgery has always believed in not only treating patients but to rehabilitate the patient to well socially accepted life.
    • Department is has always continued to be in forefront in research field as well.
    • Department vows to continue to render services to the patients with same vigour , passion and belief…..
    • Department has undertaken various research projects under which department is striving for pathbreaking treatment modalities in elusive diseases. We look forward in upcoming years a favourable outcome of research projects for patients welfare and benefit.