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BDS in Prosthodontics is a 4 to 5 year-long full-time undergraduate program, with or without internship.

Some of the institutes that offer the course in India are listed here:

  • Maulana Azad Institute of Dental Sciences (MAIDS)
  • Manipal College of Dental Sciences (MCODS)
  • Government Dental College & Hospital
  • SRM Dental College
  • University of Delhi, etc.

Some of the top entrance tests conducted for admission to the course in India are:

  • MU OET
  • MAIDS.

The basic eligibility criterion for pursuing the course is a 10+2 or equivalent qualification in the Science stream, from a recognized educational Board, with a minimum aggregate score of 50%.

Admission to the course is based on the candidate’s performance in a relevant entrance exam, or merit obtained in the last qualifying exam.

The average tuition fee charged for the course in India ranges between INR 2,000 to 5 lacs.

Successful graduates of the course can expect anything between INR 4 to 10 lacs as annual salary in the industry, increasing with experience and skillset.

Such graduates are hired in areas such as:

  • Government & Private Hospitals, Research Institutes.
  • Private Practice, Dental Product Manufacturers, Dental Clinics.
  • Pharmaceutical Companies, Educational institutes and Dental Equipment Manufacturers.

Top Colleges for Bachelor of Dental Surgery [BDS] (Prosthodontics)

  • BDS in Delhi-NCR
  • BDS in Maharashtra
  • BDS in Chennai
  • BDS in Uttar Pradesh
  • BDS in Telangana

BDS in Prosthodontics: Course Highlights

Some of the major highlights of the course are tabulated as follows:

Course LevelUndergraduate
Duration4-5 Years
Basic Qualification Required10+2 in the Science stream
Admission Procedurebased on entrance exam
Major Entrance TestAIPMT, AICET, NEET, MU OET, DUMET, COMEDK, MAIDS Entrance Exam, etc.
Examination TypeSemester System
Top Recruiting Areas/FieldsGovernment & Private Hospitals, Private Practice, Dental Product Manufacturers, Dental Clinics, Pharmaceutical Companies, Colleges & Universities, Dental Equipment Manufacturer, Military Services, Medical Writing (Dental), etc.
Job PositionsProsthodontist, Dentist, Consultant, Lecturer, Dental Assistant, Dental Surgeon, Dental lab Technician, Private Practitioner, Dental Hygienist, Medical Representative, Oral Pathologist, Public Health Specialist, and such.
Total Course FeeINR 50K to 12 Lacs
Average Initial SalaryINR 2 Lac to 7 Lacs

BDS in Prosthodontics: What is it About?

Prosthodontics is the specialty of dentistry which deals with the diagnosis, treatment, restoration, and artificial replacement of damaged teeth and other parts of mouth. The course offers eligible candidates a specialization in the wide range of techniques and equipment used in the field of dentistry.

Successful graduates of the course interested in pursuing the discipline further may go for pursuing higher courses such as M.D.S., D.D., etc., or higher research in the discipline.

The course has been designed to equip candidates with an in-depth knowledge of the techniques and methods used in removing decay, filling cavities, oral X-rays, placement of protective teeth sealants on children’s teeth, straightening teeth, repairing fractured teeth, and preparation of artificial teeth.

Such candidates are trained to perform corrective surgery on gums and supporting bones to treat gum diseases like Periodontitis, Gingivitis, Tooth Pathology, Toothache, bad breath, etc.

The program aims at training candidates to be highly efficient dentists, and successfully operate in, and contribute to the society by treating various oral and gum diseases. The course’s curriculum integrates theoretical and practical components of study.

BDS in Prosthodontics: Who should opt?

Eligible candidates for the course would ideally possess:

  • A sharp mind, good physical stamina, and a determination to serve the society.
  • Ability to cope with obnoxious smells and ghastly sights during physical examination and surgery.
  • Patient and calm attitude.
  • A friendly nature and good communication skills, as the line of work requires them to deal with patients of all age groups.

BDS in Prosthodontics: Top Institutes

Some of the top colleges offering the course in the country with the corresponding locations and fees charged by the respective colleges are listed below:

Name of InstituteCityAverage Annual Fees
Maulana Azad Institute of Dental Science (MAIDS)New DelhiINR 15,000 (course)
Manipal College of Dental Sciences (MCODS)MangaloreINR 12.1 Lac (course)
SDM College of Dental Sciences and HospitalsKarnatakaINR 1.72 Lac (course)
Government Dental College & HospitalMumbaiINR 48,400 (course)
King George’s Medical University (KGMU)LucknowINR 39,067 (course)
A B Shetty Memorial Institute of Dental Sciences (ABSMIDS)MangaloreINR 9.53 Lac (course)
PT Bhagwat Dayal Sharma Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences (PGIMS)RohtakINR 19,580 (course)
Government Dental College & HospitalAurangabadINR 25,000 (course)
DR. R. Ahmed Dental College & HospitalKolkataINR 30,000 (course)
SRM Dental CollegeChennaiINR 12 Lacs (course)
JKK Natrajah Dental College & HospitalTamil NaduINR 38,000 (course)
Awadh Dental College and HospitalJamshedpurINR 12.3 Lac(course)
Century International Institute of Dental Science and Research CenterKeralaINR 40,000 (course)
Kalinga Institute of Dental Sciences (KIDS)BhubaneshwarINR 10.3 Lac (course)
Uttaranchal Dental and Medical Research Institute (UDMRI)DehradunINR 7 Lac (course)
Inderprastha Dental College and HospitalGhaziabadINR 55,000 (course)
Kalka Dental CollegeMeerutINR 40,000 (course)
Sibar Institute of Dental SciencesGunturINR 18,000 (course)
Army College of Dental Sciences (ACDS)TelanganaINR 1,00,000 (course)
Mamata Dental CollegeHyderabadINR 35,000 (course)

Eligibility for BDS in Prosthodontics

Listed below are the minimum criteria which candidates interested in pursuing the course are required to fulfil, in order to be eligible to apply for the course:

  • Successful completion of the 10+2 level of education in the Science stream, completed from a recognized university.
  • A minimum aggregate score of 60% (55% for SC/ST candidates) at the 10+2 level.

BDS in Prosthodontics: Admission Process

Most institutes offering the course admit students based on performance in a relevant entrance test, often followed by a round of personal interview, wherein their general aptitude for the course is tested. Admission process generally varies across colleges.

Listed below are some of the top entrance exams conducted in the country for admission to the course.

  • AIPMT (All India Pre-Medical Test)
  • AICET (All India Common Entrance Test) BDS
  • NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test)
  • MU OET (Manipal University Online Entrance Test)
  • MP DMAT (Madhya Pradesh Dental and Medical Admission Test)
  • DUMET (Delhi University Medical-Dental Entrance Test)
  • COMEDK (Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka).

BDS in Prosthodontics: Syllabus & Course Description

Tabulated below is a semester-wise breakup of the course’s curriculum:

Semester ISemester II
Introduction to ProsthodonticsImpressions
Applied Anatomy & PhysiologyPrinciples of Retention, Support & Stability
Diagnosis & Treatment Planning for patientCommunicating with the patient
Dental MaterialsArticulators
Semester IIISemester IV
Tooth Selection and ArrangementImprovement of Denture Foundation & Ridge Relation
Materials and TechniquesConcepts of Occlusion
Jaw Relation & Jaw MovementFace Bow Types and Uses
Working Casts and DiesFixed Partial Dentures Configuration
Seminar 1Seminar 2
Semester VSemester VI
Relating Inclination of Teeth to Concept of OcclusionLaboratory Procedures
Trial DenturesDenture Insertion
Reduction of Residual RidgeRelining and Rebasing of Dentures
Fluid Control and Soft Tissue ManagementSolder Joints and other Connecters
Semester VIISemester VIII
Removable Partial ProsthodonticsPrinciples of Tooth Preparations
Mouth Preparation and Master CastProvisional Restorations
Immediate Removable Partial DentureEsthetic Consideration
Post Insertion ObservationsFinishing and Cementation
Semester IXSemester X

BDS in Prosthodontics: Career Prospects

With growth in the field of dental surgery, and increasing awareness about oral health, successful graduates of the course can find gainful career opportunities across:

  • Nursing homes, government & private hospitals, health departments.
  • Medical insurance, Armed Forces, State services, pharmaceuticals.
  • Oral and dental care clinics, educational institutes, etc.

Some of the popular professional avenues open to such graduates are tabulated below along with the basic job responsibilities and salary associated with each:

Job ProfileJob DescriptionAverage Annual Salary
Dental Lab TechnicianA Dental Lab Technician repairs or replaces partial or total loss of natural teeth, and corrects dental irregularities by manufacturing fixed or removable teeth appliances, and preparing artificial teeth.INR 2 to 6 Lacs
ProfessorProfessors instruct students in a wide range of disciplines at the post-secondary level. They deliver scholarly articles, perform research, and instruct in a given area of specialization.INR 2 to 4.5 Lacs
Dental AssistantA Dental Assistant carries out patient care and laboratory duties, like making patients comfortable in the dental chair, preparing them for treatment, obtaining their dental records, etc.INR 1.5 to 3 Lacs
Medical RepresentativeA Medical Representative advertises a company's products, like pharmaceutical drugs, medical equipment, and also works towards increasing product awareness.INR 2 to 4 Lacs
ProsthodontistA Prosthodontist constructs oral prostheses to substitute missing teeth, and treats natural deformation of the mouth and jaws, to restore oral functions, such as chewing and speaking.INR 2 to 7 Lacs

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