Dental Colleges in Punjab

Location Map of Top Dental Colleges in Punjab




Dental Colleges in Punjab

NameAddressContact DetailsWebsite
Adesh Institute Of Dental sciences & Research, PunjabBarnala Road, Bhatinda-151109, Punjab0164-2860000, 2742900http://www.adesh.in/aimsr/
Baba Jaswant Singh Dental College Hospital & Research InstituteSector-40, Urban Estate, Chandigarh Road, Ludhiana-1410100161-2677367, 2677702, 5055163, 2677706/ info@bjsdentalcollege.comhttp://bjsdentalcollege.com/contact.html
Christian Dental CollegeBrown Road, Ludhiana-1410080161-2610659, 5010825, 91-161-5055162 
Dasmesh Institute Of Research & Dental SciencesTalwandi Road, Faridkot-15120301639-250257, 253099, 255291/ dirdsfdk@yahoo.co.in, dirdsfdk@gmail.comhttp://www.dasmeshinstitutes.com/
Desh Bhagat Dental College & HospitalKotkapura Road, Muktsar-15202601633-264653, 265568 
Genesis Institute Of Dental Sciences & ResearchFerozepur-Moga Road, Ferozepur-15200301632-235500/ info@gidsr.comhttp://www.gidsr.com/
Gian Sagar Dental College & HospitalVillage Ram Nagar, Rajpura, District Patiala-14040101762-520006, 01762-520000/520500/520100 & Toll Free Number: 1800-137-9999 520007/ contact@giansagar.comhttps://www.giansagar.org/dental/
Government Dental College & HospitalSangrur Road, Patiala-1470010175-2301845, 0175 222 0873/ gdcpatiala@yahoo.com http://gdcpatiala.com/
Guru Nanak Dev Dental College & Research InstitutePatiala Bhatinda Road, Sunam-14802801676-224801, 06/ info@gnddentalcollege.comhttp://gnddentalcollege.com/contact-us/
Laxmi Bai Institute Of Dental Sciences & HospitalStone 8 k.m., Sirhind Road, Patiala, Punjab- 1470010175-2681113, 2681116/ info@ldbcpatiala.com, lbdc_patiala@yahoo.co.inhttp://www.lbdcpatiala.com/
National Dental College & HospitalGulabgarh, Dera Bassi, District SAS Nagar01762-228405/ ndch1234@gmail.comhttp://www.nationaldentalcollege.org/
PB Government Dental College & HospitalMajitha Rd, Ssss Chowk, Sehaj Avenue, Amritsar, Punjab 1430010183-2223235 
Rayat & Bahra Dental College & HospitalV.P.O- Sahauran, DISTT. Mohali, Punjab, India.1401040160-5009665, 5009675/ rbdental@rediffmail.comhttp://rbdch.rayatbahra.com/contact.php
Shaheed Kartar Singh Sarabha Dental College & HospitalVPO Sarabha, District Ludhiana-1410050161-2864808 & 2864814, 0161 286 5999/ skssdc@gmail.comhttp://sarabhadentalcollege.in/
Sri Guru Ram Das Institute Of Dental Sciences & ResearchG T Road, Amritsar-1430060183-2583388, 2585356/ sgrdidsr@yahoo.co.inhttp://sgrddental.org/


Last Updated on : September 7, 2017

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