Dental Anatomy

Exploring the Structure, Development and Function of Human Teeth

1st Phase of BDS

Dr. Masuda Begum Kazal


Associate Professor & Head

Subject Coordinator, Dental Anatomy

Phase Coordinator- 1st Phase

Dr. Sabrina Ahmed Shanta


Assistant Professor

Throughout the course, we would encourage active student engagement through a combination of didactic lectures, hands-on laboratory exercises, and interactive discussions. It is crucial to integrate visual aids, such as models, charts, and digital resources, to enhance the learning experience and facilitate comprehension of complex dental structures.

Our Expert Faculty Members (Lecturer)

Dr. Abdullah Al Mamun

BDS (UpDC-4th Batch)

Dr. Kamrun Nahar Tanni


Dr. Ayesha Siddiqua Kheya


Dr. Hasib Ahmed

BDS (UpDC-8)

The course provides a foundation of knowledge essential for dental professionals to understand the structure, development, and function of teeth, enabling them to provide effective dental care and treatment.

About Us

Dental anatomy is an essential subject in the Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) course of 1st Phase

Dental Anatomy is a branch of dental science that focuses on the study of the structure, development, and function of teeth. The subject covers various aspects related to the teeth, including their morphology, histology, occlusion, and clinical significance.

In a BDS course, the dental anatomy curriculum typically includes the following topics:Tooth Morphology, Tooth Development, Tooth Histology, Occlusion, Dental Anomalies, Clinical Significance etc. 

Throughout the dental anatomy course, students are typically exposed to lectures, practical sessions, laboratory work, and dental radiographs to enhance their understanding of the subject. Dental anatomy is crucial for dental professionals as it forms the foundation for various dental specialties, including prosthodontics, endodontics, orthodontics, and oral surgery.

Dental Anatomy


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