• Brief Profile


     

    Dr Mahesh Verma has done BDS, MDS from Govt. Dental College, Trivandrum, Kerala. He has specialised in Prosthodontics. Presently he is working as Director-Principal, Maulana Azad Institute of Dental Sciences, New Delhi, the only Dental institution imparting BDS and MDS training in Delhi. He took over as Head of Dental Wing in 1995 at a young age of 38, probably the youngest to do so. In addition to heading the autonomous institution, Dr Verma is also working as Professor and Head of the Deptt. of Prosthodontics, a specialty dealing with Dental Rehablitation such as Complete Dentures, Partial Dentures, Crown and Bridge, Maxillofacial Prosthodontics, Implantology and Cosmetic Dentistry. 

     

    Dr Verma has been a WHO Fellow and has undergone two months training in Advanced Prosthodontics at the State University of New York at Buffalo (USA) in April 2000. Dr Mahesh Verma has also done MBA (Healthcare) from prestigious FMS University of Delhi, having topped 2004 batch with Gold Medal. 

     

    Dr Verma is a Fellow of the American College Of Dentists (FACD), Fellow of the International College of Dentists (FICD), Fellow of the Pierre Fauchard Academy (FPFA), Member, National Academy of Medical Sciences (MAMS). 

     

    Currently he is the Executive Member, Dental Council of India, Hon. Secretary, Indian Dental Association, Delhi State Branch. Earlier he has been Past Secretary, Past President, Indian Prosthodontics Society. He has also been Organising Secretary, World Congress on Prosthodontics held in Delhi in 1995 and also was Organising Secretary of the recently concluded mega Commonwealth Dental Association and Indian Dental Association conference held in Delhi in January 2000. He has received awards for distinguished services rendered at Lok Nayak Hospital.He is recipient of Rotary Vashishat Seva Samman, IMA award, 'State Award' for Best Doctor by Govt of Delhi 2002. 

     

    Most recently Dr Mahesh Verma has been selected for the prestigious 'Dr B C Roy National Award' the highest in medical field, which shall be awarded by the Hon'ble President of India on July 1, 2008.

     

Questions Answered by me

If the surface of the teeth is rough and pitted then it can gather deposits. Sometimes it is hereditary and requires repeated professional...

Answered on : 25 Apr 2011

It seems you are suffering from infection related to un-erupted/partial-erupted wisdom tooth. The symptoms are very typical. However, please get...

Answered on : 15 Feb 2011

It is essential to brush teeth in the morning because in-spite of cleaning the teeth in the night, the plaque formation starts forming immediately...

Answered on : 17 Oct 2010

Generally it is the pre molars which are extracted for orthodontic purpose. At the age of 27 years the bone becomes very dense and it is...

Answered on : 21 Sep 2010

Bridge would be faster and would require just two appointments but involve preping of the adjoining teeth however implantation is more...

Answered on : 10 Sep 2010

Sometimes milk teeth do not shed in time and need to be extracted. The permanent would invariably come at the extracted site with lip pressure...

Answered on : 14 Dec 2009

Normally a successfully completed RCT followed by capping lasts for a long time and may not need any intervention for 8-10 years. If any problem...

Answered on : 11 Nov 2009

May be you are suffering from night grinding and associated attrition and chipping of teeth. Please get yourself examined in order to ascertain...

Answered on : 01 Nov 2009

Routine crowns are made up of nickel chromium alloy layered with ceramic. The alloy could also be gold based which is expensive but have good...

Answered on : 23 Oct 2009

Fluorosis discoloration can not be effectively managed by bleaching. It may require radical management by crowns or veneers. Please get in touch...

Answered on : 23 Jul 2009
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