Mumbai’s govt dental college and hospital installs 2 modern digital panoramic x-ray machines

The institute has installed technologically advanced two modern digital panoramic X- Ray machines in Department of Oral Medicine, Diagnosis and Radiology and Department of Orthodontics with the support from Department of Medical Education and Drugs and Government of Maharashtra. These machines will assist in educating and refining the skills of undergraduates and post graduate students and will aid in accurate diagnosis and treatment planning

Mumbai’s Government Dental College and Hospital installs 2 modern digital panoramic x-ray machines

In the medical field, it is necessary to use the latest state-of-the-art technology. Owing to this, Mumbai’s government dental college and  hospital has installed technologically advanced two modern digital panoramic x-ray machines. These machine shave been setup in the Department of Oral Medicine, Diagnosis and Radiology and Department of Orthodontics with the support from Department of Medical Education and Drugs and Government of Maharashtra.Mumbai’s Government Dental College and Hospital installs 2 modern digital panoramic x-ray machines

These machines will assist in educating and refining the skills of undergraduates and post graduate students and will aid in accurate diagnosis and treatment planning. Also, this facility will be available to poor people in a short time.

On Thursday, these two modernised digital imaging machines and 3d workshop were inaugurated by Girish Mahajan, Medical Education Minister

Speaking to My Medical Mantra Dr Mansing Pawar, Dean, Government Dental College and Hospital, Mumbai said that, “These machines will assist in educating and refining the skills of students and will aid in accurate diagnosis and treatment planning.

Mumbai’s Government Dental College and Hospital installs 2 modern digital panoramic x-ray machines

Dr. Pawar further said, “Through digital ‘X-ray, patients will have fewer obstructions and proper diagnosis could be done. It will benefit poor patients, as they will get this facility at a lower rate. “

In this programme, Medical Education Minister, Mr Girish Mahajan created awareness about organ donation. Girish Mahajan said, “Under Pandit Dinadayal Upadhyaya Healthy Maharashtra campaign of the Government of Maharashtra, more than 3 lakh patients have been examined so far. Likewise, the Government has employed and promoted teachers, and has assured that the vacant positions will be filled soon.