Dr. Prakash Muthu

Dentist Scientist

Speciality : Dentist Scientist

Education : BDS,DGC,DCA,PhD

Work Days : Full Time

Dr. Prakash Muthu BDS, DGC, DCA, PhD, Dentist Scientist, who enjoys both the clinical and research aspects of his profession. Dr. Muthu graduated from dental school in 2002 got special training in the department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, with emphasis on Oral and maxillofacial surgery, facial fractures, trauma management.

Advancing his education Dr. Muthu has earned post graduate diploma in Geriatric care and post graduate diploma in Computer aided dentistry. He continued the research on Mast cells at University of Sydney and did Phd in wound healing and blood cells with NHMRC scholarship. To gain more clinical knowledge in wound healing, he did Masters degree in Wound healing and tissue repair at Cardiff University, UK.

Education Profile

Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS)

PGDGC – Post graduate Diploma in Geriatric care

PGDCA – Post graduate Diploma in Computer aided Dentistry

MSC – Masters in Wound healing and tissue repair – Cardiff University , UK

Phd – University of Sydney , Australia

Mini Residency in Sleep apnea and Snoring

Mini Residency in Orthodontics

Research Profile

Research fellow at Madras University, India – Mast cells in Oral Lessons

MSC – Masters in Wound healing and tissue repair – Cardiff University, UK

Phd – University of Sydney, Australia

Teaching Profile

Tutor in Chettinadu Dental College and hospital –Chennai

Clinical Tutor in Sydney Health – West mead Campus

Professional Training

Hands on training in Botox and Dermal Fillers, New York, USA

Training in Sleep apnea and snoring treatments

Journals Published

(Dr.M.Prakash / 2008 / Stem cells in Dentistry / IDA-journal of ClinicalDentistry / Volume II / pg. 44- 47)

(Dr.M.Prakash / 2008 / Bisphosphonates and jaw necrosis / IDA –Journal ofClinical Dentistry / Volume II/ pg 21-24)

(Dr.M.Prakash / 2008 / ozone in Dentistry / IDA – journal of clinical Dentistry /Volume II/ pg 20-25)

(Dr.M.Prakash / 2008 / Evolution of tooth brush / IDA TIMES MAGAZINE /Volume IV/page 17)

(Dr.M.Prakash / 2008 / Practical issues in delivering Dental Treatment forGeriatric patients / MIDAS – journal of General Dentistry / Jan-march ‘2008 /pg.18-21 )

(Dr.M.Prakash / August 2008 / Tooth Eruption and Dental Anatomy inAyurvedha/IDA Times /Page 17/)

(Dr.M.Prakash /Sep 2008/ Lip prints in Forensic identification / IDA Journal of Clinical Dentistry /volume II)

(Dr.M.Prakash / 2008 / A new medicine for dental problems/ IDA journal of Clinical Dentistry / October 2008)

(Dr.M.Prakash, Dr.Manu Susan David /2008 / Evolution of Human Dentition/IDA journal of General Dentistry / November 2008

(Dr.M.Prakash / 2008 / Dental Interventions for organ transplant patients /IDA Times / October 2008)

(Dr.M.Prakash, Dr.Manu Susan David /2008/ Is it Necessary to stop anticoagulants before Dental Surgeries? /IDA Times / December 2008)

Dr.M.Prakash /Feb/2009 Impact of drugs in Oral tissues (IDA Times Magazine – Journal of Indian Dental Association

Dr.M.Prakash /Feb/2009 Dental Care for Homebound (IDA Times Magazine – Journal of Indian Dental Association

Dr.M.Prakash /April /2009 Domiciliary Dental Care (IDA Times Magazine – Journal of Indian Dental Association

Dr.M.Prakash / Nov 2009 Alternative treatment for Orofacial Pain (IDA Times Magazine – Journal of Indian Dental Association

Member of

Australian Dental Association (ADA)

American Dental Association (ADA)

Australian and New Zealand Academy of Special Needs Dentistry (ANZASND)

Australian society of special care in Dentistry (ASSCID)

Australian Wound and Tissue Repair Society (AWTRS)

Australian society for vascular biology research (ASVBR)

International Association of Dental Research ( IADR)

A completely satisfying smile makeover requires a dentist with years of hands-on experience and know-how, as any dentist will tell you. Each patient is different and unique. As such, the dentist must be trained extensively in the field of Gnathology, full mouth occlusion (bite) analysis, centric relation, and temporal mandibular joint (TMJ). Due to his background in prosthodontics (complex reconstructive, restorative, and implant dentistry), Dr. Muthu is able to perform complicated and difficult cases of partial and full mouth reconstruction, placements of the most beautiful “natural” or “Hollywood” type porcelain veneers.

Biocompatible Dentistry

Dr. Muthu uses the latest restorative materials, free of BPA, phthalates, mercury and free of lead, so your new crowns and fillings will not have a negative effect on your health. We also offer safe mercury filling removal and referral to a Speical healthcare practitioner, and more.

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