This block will cover the endocrine and reproductive system. Following Problem-Based learning methodology the students will explore fundamental concepts of biochemistry, anatomy, histology, physiology, pathology, pharmacology, and microbiology as they relate to issues and common diseases of endocrine & male and female reproductive system. Part of head and neck anatomy will be covered as well.

This course deals with nomenclature as related to the morphology of the natural dentition.  It includes theory related to the morphology of the deciduous & permanent teeth in the human dentition & features related to the normal occlusion. Laboratory exercises include wax- adding & carving to build up the crowns and roots of permanent teeth. Its significance is integrated with dental treatment in Operative dentistry, Endodontics, Prosthodontics, Periodontics and Orthodontics.

This course will help students in diagnosing dental disorders affecting the crowns or roots of human teeth & thus forms a basic foundation to the understanding of clinical dentistry.

The course is designed to provide students with knowledge to define and memorize the physical, chemical, and biological properties of dental materials. The program emphasizes on employment of concepts in modern materials science to solve problem of dental treatment

This course runs throughout the whole academic year. In every Study Block students will learn and acquire the Block’s associated skills. Students will practice the intended skills at the Clinical Skills Center.