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Master clinical dentistry institute provides opportunities for advanced training with a special emphasis in clinical general dentistry. The purpose of the course is to prepare the doctor to enter private practice. Master Clinical Dentistry Institute offers Online and Classroom General Dentistry Courses.




For Online General Dentistry Course

- Team of 8 MDS Super Specialised Faculty Members

- Prosthodontist and Oral Implantologist  (Faculty members - 3)

- Endodontist

- Periodontist

- Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon

- Oral Medicine and Radiologist

- Pedodontist

- Live lectures

- flexible hours

- Clinical and Video demonstrations

- Flexible days

- Notes provided in soft copy format

- 1 on 1 teaching

For Classroom General Dentistry Course


- Team of 4 Super Specialised MDS faculty members. 

- Prosthodontist and Oral Implantologist

- Endodontist

- Periodontist

- Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon

- Work on patient

- Latest armamentarium

- Customised course

For the classroom course, the student treats the patients in a very comprehensive way while interacting with specialists. Therefore the student is the main coordinator of the patient’s full dental treatment. They coordinate referrals, consultations and treatment planning. Through expert guidance, the program increases participant management abilities, clinical judgment, and patient care skills. The faculty comprises a group of Prosthodontists, Periodontists, Endodontists, Pedodontists, Oral Maxillofacial Surgeon, and Radiologist. Throughout the program, the participant will perform a good number of restorative procedures such as endodontic treatments, oral surgeries, partial dentures, complete dentures, crown, and bridge. The program enhances the clinical and diagnostic skills by being exposed to the large patient pool available in the program.


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*Many lectures and classroom courses have/are been conducted for the General Dentistry course, but due to shortage of space on site, just uploaded a video, so that the student gets an idea of how our classes are being conducted.




  • Diagnosis and treatment planning

  • Laminates

  • Veneers

  • All ceramic crowns

  • Digital smile design

  • Diastema closure 

  • Composite buildup

  • Adding incisal length for function and esthetics

  • Full mouth rehabilitation (From diagnosis to cementation of the prosthesis)



  • Diagnosis in oral surgery

  • Investigations

  • Principles of infection control and cross-infection control with particular reference to HIV/AIDS and hepatitis

  • Principles of Oral Surgery

  • S of instruments - various methods of sterilization, etc

  • Pre-anesthetic considerations

  • Anesthetic considerations

  • Intra-oral incisions 

  • Bone removal

  • Bone cutting instruments

  • Extra-oral skin incisions 

  • Normal hemostasis

  • Local measures available to control bleeding 

  • Hypotensive anesthesia

  • Drainage and debridement

  • Purpose of drainage in surgical wounds

  • Types of drains used

  • Debridement: purpose, soft tissue, and bone debridement

  • Closure of wounds

  • Suturing: Principles, suture material, classification, body response to various materials, etc.

  • Postoperative instructions

  • Physiology of cold and heat

  • Control of pain - analgesics

  • Control of infection - antibiotics

  • Control of swelling - anti-inflammatory drugs

  • Exodontia: General considerations 

  • Ideal Extraction

  • Indications for extraction of teeth

  • Extractions in medically compromised patients

  • Methods of extraction

  • Principles, types of movement, force, etc involved in the extraction

  • Dental elevators: uses, classification, principles in the use of elevators

  • Complications of exodontia

  • Complications during exodontia

  • Post-operative complications

  • Prevention and management of complications

  • Impacted teeth

  • Pre-prosthetic surgery
    Definition, classification of procedures

  • Diseases of the maxillary sinus 

  • Surgical anatomy of the sinus

  • Sinusitis both acute and chronic

  • Surgical approach of sinus - the Caldwell-Luc procedure

  • Removal of root from the sinus

  • Oro-antral fistula - etiology, clinical features and various surgical methods for closure.

  • Disorders of temporomandibular joint

  • Applied surgical anatomy of the joint

  • Dislocation - Types, etiology, clinical features

  • Ankylosis 

  • Myo-facial pain dysfunction syndrome

  • Non-surgical and surgical internal derangement of the joint

  • Arthritis of temporomandibular joint.

  • Introduction, factors responsible for the infection, the course of odontogenic infections, the spread of odontogenic infections through various facial spaces 

  • Dento-alveolar abscess - etiology, clinical features 

  • Infections of the oral cavity

  • Ludwig's angina - definition, etiology, clinical features, management complications

  • Osteomyelitis of the jaws - definition, etiology, predisposing factors, classification, clinical features, and management

  • Fractures of the jaws

  • General considerations, types of fractures, etiology, clinical features and general principles of management

  • Mandibular fractures - applied anatomy, classification

  • Management of fractures - reduction closed and open

  • Fixation and immobilization methods

  • Outline of rigid and semi-rigid internal fixation

  • Fractures of the condyle - etiology, classification, clinical features, principles of management

  • Fractures of the middle third of the face

  • Definition of the midface, applied surgical anatomy, classification, clinical features an outline of management

  • Alveolar fractures - methods of management

  • Fractures of the zygomatic complex

  • Classification, clinical features, indications for treatment, various methods of reduction and fixation

  • Complications of fractures - delayed union, non-union, and malunion.

  • Trigeminal neuralgia - definition, etiology, clinical features and methods of management including surgical

  • Facial paralysis - etiology, clinical features

  • Nerve injuries - classification, neurorrhaphy, etc

  • Medical emergencies in dental practice

  • Emergency drugs

  • Intramuscular, intravenous injections

  • Local anesthesia

  • Use of vasoconstrictors in the local anesthetic solution



  • Pulp dentin complex 

  • Internal anatomy and root apex 

  • Pathways of pulpal infection 

  • Endodontic microbiology 

  • Pulp and peri-apical pathology 

  • Pharmacology of local anaesthesia and nerve block in endodontics

  • Endodontic pharmacology (drugs and chemicals in endodontics)​

  • CBCT in endodontics

  • Sterilisation and disinfection

  • Isolation in endodontics

  • Endodontics clinical management 

  • Diagnosis and treatment planning

  • Diagnostic aids in endodontics

  • Endodontic instruments and standardization.

  • Intracanal medicaments

  • Access preparation for individual tooth

  • Working length determination

  • Cleaning and shaping of canal

  • Sequence of irrigation

  • Protaper hand instruments

  • Instrumentation techniques

  • Obturation techniques

  • Traumatic injuries and clinical management.

  • Management of internal resorption of teeth

  • Geriatric endodontics

  • Procedural endodontic errors and its management

  • Endo-perio lesions and its management

  • Rotary Endodontics

  • Extensive knowledge of machines and different systems of endodontic rotary machines of companies available in the market. 

  • Single visit endodontics

  • Advanced obturation techniques

  • Re-root canal treatment

  • Surgical Endodontics

  • Magnification in endodontics (detail knowledge about dental loupes available in the market and microscopic endodontics) 

  • Post and core buildup

  • Which post to choose and in which cases?

  • Direct and indirect techniques of post-fabrication.

  • Detail about endodontic materials available in the market and how to choose the best material.

  • Management of endodontic emergenices

  • Management of endodontic complications.



  • 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 



  • Growth and development

  • Importance of the study of growth and development in pedodontics

  • Prenatal and postnatal factors in growth and development

  • Theories of growth and development

  • Development of maxilla and mandible and related age changes

  • Development of occlusion

  • Study of variations and abnormalities

  • Dental anatomy

  • Development of teeth and associated structures

  • Eruption and shedding of teeth

  • Teething disorders and their management

  • Chronology of eruption of teeth

  • Differences between deciduous and permanent teeth

  • Development of dentition from birth to adolescence

  • Importance of first permanent molar

  • Oral surgical procedures in children

  • Dental caries

  • Rampant caries, early childhood caries, and extensive caries

  • Role of diet and nutrition in dental caries

  • Dietary modifications and diet counseling

  • Caries activity, caries susceptibility, and their clinical application

  • Gingival and periodontal diseases in children

  • Normal gingiva and periodontium in children

  • Child psychology 

  • Dental fear and its management

  • Behavior management

  • Pediatric preventive dentistry

  • Principles of pediatric operative dentistry

  • Pediatric endodontics

  • Pulp capping – direct and indirect

  • Pulpotomy

  • Pulpectomy

  • Apexogenesis

  • Apexification

  • Obturation techniques and material used for primary, young permanent and permanent teeth

  • Traumatic injuries in children

  • Preventive and interceptive orthodontics 

  • Oral habits in children

  • Dental care for children with special needs

  • Congenital abnormalities in children

  • Dental emergencies in children and their management

  • Dental materials used in pediatric dentistry

  • Fluorides



  • Nomenclature of dentition

  • Principles of cavity preparation 

  • Dental caries 

  • Treatment planning for operative dentistry

  • Gnathological concepts of restoration

  • Armamentarium for cavity preparation

  • Control of operating filed

  • Pulp protection

  • Anterior restorations

  • Temporization or interim restoration

  • Management of deep carious lesions 

  • Indirect and direct pulp capping

  • Non-carious destruction of tooth structures - diagnosis and clinical management

  • Hypersensitive dentine and its management

  • Control of pain during operative procedures

  • Treatment planning for operative dentistry

  • Applied dental materials

  • Biological considerations

  • Composite, dentine bonding agents, chemical and light-curing composites

  • Rubber base impression materials

  • Application of different types of filling materials :

  • GIC, Dycal, Biodentine, Xtra cem, 3M Ketac molar etc.



  • Development of periodontal tissues, micro-structural anatomy

  • Biology of periodontal tissues

  • Gingiva 

  • Junctional epithelium

  • Age changes in the periodontium

  • Gingival enlargement

  • Epithelial-mesenchymal interaction

  • Periodontal ligament 

  • Cementum 

  • Alveolar bone

  • Defensive mechanisms in the oral cavity

  • Role of epithelium

  • Gingival fluid

  • Saliva and other defensive mechanisms in the oral environment

  • Epidemiology of periodontal diseases

  • Extension of inflammation from the gingiva

  • Pocket

  • ANUG

  • Desquamative gingivitis

  • Gingivitis associated with lichen planus




  • Diagnosis and treatment planning

  • Steps involving in the fabrication of complete dentures (From primary impression to the delivery of complete denture)

  • Impression techniques for severely resorbed ridge cases

  • Hollow dentures

  • Impression techniques for microstomia patients

  • Steps involving in the fabrication of over denture (from post and core to delivery of over denture)

  • Dentures with precision attachments

  • Latest materials used in the fabrication of removable prosthodontics

  • Steps involoving in the fabrication of removable partial dentures

  • Steps involving in the fabrication of cast partial dentures (from primary impression to delivery of cast partial denture)

  • Steps involving the fabrication of flexible removable partial dentures


  • Diagnosis and treatment planning

  • Abutment selection and evaluation

  • Relationship of periodontal ligament and fixed prosthodontics

  • Pontics

  • Principles of tooth preparation

  • Different types of tooth preparation

  • Tissue management 

  • Gingival retraction

  • Impression materials for fixed prosthodontics.

  • Impression techniques in fixed prosthodontics.

  • Shade selection

  • Temporization

  • Post and core

  • Model preparation

  • Occlusion

  • Cementation of crowns






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If you wish to enroll for any of the course, then the student can do Gpay/Paytm/Phonepe/ UPI transfer to +91-7889093147. Bank transfer can also be done on the above mentioned bank details.

Whenever the student does the payment, then kindly share the screenshot details of the payment on the email id or WhatsApp us on +91-7889093147


When the payment is done, the student is requested to send these scanned documents at this email id :

1) Passport size photograph

2) Govt. Address proof

3) Dentist Id proof

If you have any query feel free to contact us via email on or WhatsApp us on +91-7889093147 (India).

*No refunds will be given to students who do not attend the classes for any reason; including but not limited to suspension, entry denial due to improper behaviour or any other reason. Money is non refundable and non adjustable. All disputes are subjected to mohali jurisdiction only.


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