Dr Mithun Pai BH

Associate Professor

Department of Public Health Dentistry

CURRENT ACADEMIC ROLE & RESPONSIBILITIES

    Mithun Pai BH teaches undergraduate and postgraduate students.  

 

SUBJECTS CURRENTLY TEACHING

Subject Subject code Semester
Public Health Dentistry Third and Fourth year
Public Health Dentistry Postgraduate students

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

Degree Specialisation Institute Year of passing
MDS Public Health Dentistry College of Dental Sciences, Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences 2010

Experience

Institution / Organisation Designation Role Tenure
Department of Public Health Dentistry, MCODS Mangalore Assistant Professor Till date

AREAS OF INTEREST, EXPERTISE AND RESEARCH

Area of Interest

Cariology, Public Health Interventions, Behavioural Sciences

Area of Expertise

Public Health Dentistry

Area of Research

Cariology, Public Health Dentistry, Behavioural Sciences

Professional Affiliations & Contributions

  • Life Member of IAPHD, 2007.
  • Member of Annual Member Indian Dental Association, 2010.

Antifungal efficacy of punica granatum, acacia nilotica ,cuminum cyminum and foieniculum vuagare on candida albicans an in vitro study

2010-01-01 Prashant GM Shivakumar K Muralikrishna Chandu GN

Indian Journal of Dental Research, 2010, 21(3):334-336.

Awareness and opinion regarding the recent change in dental curriculum among dental staff, dental students and class XII students of Davangere city, India

2010-01-01 Prashant GM Shivakumar K Muralikrishna Chandu GN

Karnataka State Dental Journal, 2010, 21(1)4-7.

Antibacterial properties of fluoride releasing glass ionomer cements (GIC’S) and pit and fissure sealants on streptococcus mutans

2010-01-01 Mahesh Kumar M Prashant GM Usha Mohandas VV Subba Reddy

International Journal of Clinical pediatric Dentistry.2010;3(2)93-96.

Willingness to participate in disaster management among Indian dental graduates

2012-01-01 Rajesh G Pai MBH Shenoy R Priya H

Pre-hospital and Disaster Medicine 2012, 27(5):439-444.

Knowledge about informed Consent and its association with socio-demographic factors in costal India. A Hospital based cross sectional study

2009-01-01 Ashwini Desai (UG)

Before providing care or treatment to a patient, the dentist must obtain the individual’s free and informed consent. This requirement is based on two principles: personal inviolability and free will hence a study was devised with following: Objectives: • To determine the knowledge about informed consent when dental treatment is advised to them. • To assess their attitudes and opinions towards the informed consent.