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Oral Biology is a graduate program in basic sciences, integrated with the curriculum of Second Professional year BDS. It comprises of Oral Histology and Tooth Morphology. This specialty is concerned with the study of the nature of the oral and craniofacial tissues along with the application of basic scientific knowledge to oral tissues in health and diseased state. It is a full year course which includes the study of embryology, growth and development, coupled with details of structure, composition and functions of cells, tissues and organs of the oral cavity. By its nature, Oral Biology overlaps the Basic Medical Sciences and Clinical Dental Sciences.
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