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dental x ray course online

Oral medicine and radiology that deals with the study of the mouth and oral diseases. The subjects are so vast that it becomes difficult for the student to learn.  The online dental classes provide an easy way for the students with an interactive 1:1 live class to understand the subject in a simplified way. Our faculty makes both the subjects in a very simplified way for the students to learn. The topics are clinically correlated at each and every step. The topics are made more clear with many pictorial and video demonstrations. Our expert faculty will guide the student at each and every step to learn oral medicine and radiology in a simplified way. The faculty also helps dental students to clear their oral medicine and radiology exam with good scores.


For 1:1 teaching of oral medicine and radiology class online, the student can take the class at their own flexible time.


The oral medicine and radiology class online are also conducted in batches with a maximum of five students per batch. It depends upon the student on the method the student chooses for teaching.




  • Method of clinical examinations

  • Oro-facial region by inspection, palpation and other means

  • Importance and role of saliva 

  • Techniques of diagnosis of saliva as part of the oral disease

  • Examination of lesions like swellings, ulcers, erosions, sinus, fistula, growths, pigmented lesions, white and red patches

  • Examination of lymph nodes

  • Investigations

  • Biopsy and exfoliative cytology

  • Hematological, microbiological and investigations necessary for diagnosis and prognosis

  • Teeth: Developmental abnormalities, causes of the destruction of teeth and their sequelae

  • Diseases of bone and osteodystrophies

  • Development disorders: Anomalies, exostosis, tori, infantile cortical hyperostosis, osteogenesis imperfecta, Marfan's syndrome, osteopetrosis.

  • Inflammation – Injury, infection, and spread of infection, fascial space infections, and osteoradionecrosis

  • Metabolic disorders 

  • Endocrine disorders

  • Miscellaneous – Paget’s disease, mono, and polyostotic fibrous dysplasia, cherubism.

  • Temporomandibular joint: Developmental abnormalities of the condyle.

  • Rheumatoid arthritis

  • Osteoarthritis, subluxation, and luxation

  • Common cysts and tumors

  • Cysts of soft tissue

  • Tumors of soft tissue

  • Tumors of epithelial tissue

  • Tumors of  connective tissue

  • Tumors of vascular tissue

  • Tumors of  nerve tissue

  • Tumors of salivary glands

  • Tumors of hard tissue

  • Periodontal diseases

  • Granulomatous diseases

  • Miscellaneous disorders

  • Infections of oral and paraoral structures

  • Mucosal lesions

  • White lesions

  • Ulcers

  • Cervicofacial lymphadenopathy

  • Facial pain

  • Pain arising due to C.N.S. diseases

  • Pain due to the intracranial and extracranial involvement of cranial nerves

  • Neuralgic pain due to unknown causes

  • Referred pain

  • Tongue in local and systemic disorders

  • Oral manifestations of metabolic disorders

  • Oral manifestations of endocrine disorders

  • Oral manifestations of nutritional deficiency

  • Oral manifestation of blood disorders

  • Disease of salivary glands

  • Dermatological diseases with oral manifestations

  • Immunological diseases with oral manifestations

  • Allergic reactions

  • Foci of oral infection and their ill effects on general health 

  • Management of dental problems in medically compromised persons

  • Precancerous lesions and conditions 

  • Nerve and muscle diseases

  • Forensic odontology

  • Drugs commonly used in oral medicine viz., antibiotics, chemotherapeutic agents, anti-inflammatory and analgesic drugs, astringents, mouthwashes, styptics, demulcents, local surface anesthetic, sialogogues, antisialogogues and drugs used in the treatment of malignancy

  • Behavioral sciences and ethics



  • Physics of radiation

  • Biological effects of radiation

  • Radiation safety and protection measures

  • Principles of image production

  • Radiographic techniques

  • Factors in the production of good radiographs

  • Radiographic normal anatomical landmarks

  • Radiographs and artifacts in radiographs

  • Interpretation of radiographs in various abnormalities of teeth, bones and other orofacial tissues

  • Principles of radiotherapy of oro-facial malignancies and complications of radiotherapy

  • Contrast radiography and basic knowledge of radioactive isotopes

  • Radiography in forensic odontology 




  • Study material will be provided by the institute.

  • All lectures will be conducted by experienced faculty members of each subject.

  • Self-evaluation and contact programs.

  • Get to know your strong and weak subject areas.

  • Weekly test conducted.

  • The theory will be related clinically at each and every step.




Course fees: Rs 35000/- INR onwards


Course duration: One month regular course


Details regarding the fees: Fees have to be deposited in two installments. The first installment on the second day of the course and the second installment on the sixteenth day of the course. The fees have to be paid through NEFT Transfer.

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