DR. ELDHOSE K. G
Position: Professor & HOD
Experience: 19+ Years
Qualification: MDS-Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Dr. Eldhose K. G is actively involved in undergraduate programs. He is a person of enormous thoughts , academic development and research enterprise. Research is one of the important areas of prominence for him. The stupendous & prodigious support and guidance by him at Annoor has made the college unique, superior , admirable and outstanding across the globe. His distinctive work was recognized and well appreciated. He was invited as a guest speaker at many International congregations. His primary objective is to deliver a brilliant training programme for students with the excellence of the research oriented and committed department faculty members. He is a brilliant surgeon who deals with trauma, orthognathic surgery and other major and minor procedures apart from extractions
- Management of oroantral fistula with root displaced into maxillary sinus: A Case Report. J Oral Biomed Sci 2022; 1:41-4.
- Oral Ranula: A Case Report. J Oral Biomed Sci. 2022; 1:50-2.
- Odontogenic Keratocyst with Dysplastic Changes: A Rare Case Report and Review of Literature.Clinical Dentistry 2021; XV; 28-32.
- Human Dirofilariasis. Online J Health Allied Scs. 2020;19(4):7.
- Peripheral ossifying fibroma: A case report & literature Review. AJSR. Jan- April 2020 Volume 2 | Issue 2
- Eruption cyst in an adult – a case report. AJSR. Sept- Dec 2019 Volume 2 | Issue 1
- Oroantral Communication/Fistula Management in clinical Practice. Ozone Vol 1 (20 ) 2019
- Natal Tooth: A case Report. AJSR. Jan-Apr 2019 Volume 1 | Issue 2
- Osteoma – A rare case report. J Odontol Res 2018;6(1) 18-21
- Screening in Public Health and clinical care:Similarites and differences in definitions, types and aims-A systemic review
- The radicular Cyst :A Case report
- Association between body mass index and dental caries among anganawadi children of belgaum city,india
- Compounnd odontoma associated with maxillary canine:a Case report
- Traumatic pseudoanuresym of the superficial temporal artery