In day to day scenarios for Head and Neck- maxillofacial pathologies, surgeons usually see the patients first.
Do Surgeons feel the need to reach out to Prosthodontists for planning the treatment for such patients? Can they alone solve the problems faced by the patients after surgery? Let’s find out.
With this webinar, we seek to develop an effective relationship between the Surgeon and Prosthodontist for cure and care of our patients.
Dr Girish Rao:
He did his under-graduation at Govt. Dental College Bangalore. He secured 1st Rank in all four years in Bangalore University and obtained 2 Gold Medals. He then joined post-graduation in Oral & Maxillofacial surgery at the Govt. Dental College, Madras through all India quota having secured 5th Rank. After completion of his post-graduation he worked in Kidwai to gain experience in oral cancer.
He trained in the UK and obtained 2 fellowships from the Royal College of surgeons of England and Ireland. He gained experience in all aspects of Faciomaxillary surgery and worked as the Senior Registrar at the prestigious St.Barts and Royal London Hospital, which is one of the oldest hospital in the world.
He returned back to India in 1999 and is a consultant Faciomaxillary surgery various super specialty hospitals in Bangalore like NIMHANS, Sagar Hospitals, Apollo Hospitals, Bangalore Institute of Oncology and Sri Shankara Cancer Hospital. He was Professor & Head of Department of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, RV Dental College & Hospital for 17 years.
He has special interests are in cleft lip and palate surgery, oral cancer, correction of facial deformities, facial trauma and craniofacial surgery.
He has published more than 25 papers in International journals and has been invited as keynote speaker in several national and international conferences.
He has authored chapters in Hamilton Bailey’s Clinical methods in General Surgery and Le-fort Access Osteotomy in Juvenile Angiofibroma.
He is currently the Hon. General Secretary of the Association of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons of India.
The Royal college of surgeons of Edinburgh has honoured him in 2019 with an Honorary Fellowship & has appointed him as an examiner for the Membership Exam in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery held at Cairo, Dubai, Bangalore and Hong Kong.
Dr. Raghuwar Dayal Singh:
He is working as Professor in Department of Prosthodontics at King George Medical University, Lucknow. He is Co-director of Cochrane India-KGMU affiliate. He is fellow of Indian Society for Dental Research, American Academy of Maxillofacial Prosthodontics, International College of Dentists, Academy of Dentistry International and Pierre Fauchard Academy. He is Have filed three patents, three copyrights, published 80 international and national publications, editorial board member of 11 academic bodies. He lectured extensively across the nation and out of India. He is member of Maxillofacial Prosthetic Unit and retinoblastoma Unit in the King George Medical University.
15th Jan 2023, Sunday.
Time: 11:00 AM