Young aspiring dentists get some guru gyan from the experts at 26th Indian Orthodontic Society National PG Convention
Lucknow: At the 26th Indian Orthodontic Society National PG Convention at Sardar Patel Post Graduate Institute of Dental and Medical Sciences, Utretia Rae Bareilly Road, postgraduate students from India and abroad presented braces and aligners without wires, as well as discussed varied aspects about crooked teeth, cleft palate.
They also learnt and understood the techniques of correcting teeth from expert doctors. The grand event, which continued till February 19, was formally inaugurated by Deputy Chief Minister and Health Minister Brajesh Pathak at the Institute.
On this occasion, the President of the Indian Orthodontic Society of the Institute, Balwinder and most of the office bearers were present in the ceremony.
The chairman of the event, Dr.Sudhir Kapoor, said that the students learned new techniques and nuances of dentistry in the conference today, as well as detailed about straightening crooked teeth and inserting protruding teeth with new methods and techniques. Got information and while asking questions, got answers and also pacified my curiosity.
They learnt how to treat cleft palate by working with plastic surgeons and experts to prepare appliances for children, and also learned from demonstrations and discussions by experienced doctors from PGI Chandigarh and Delhi College. Today, like yesterday, orthodontics experts presented seven new pre-convention courses.
Professors and doctors from Pune, Chennai, Delhi etc. were included in these. In the discussion, these experts told the research students that what precautions they should take and how to solve the problems that arise, from choosing a topic to research and presenting it.
Today also students participated and presented paper and table clinics in both competitive and non-competitive categories.