The department of Oral Biology is concerned with nature of the oral and craniofacial tissues and with application of basic scientific knowledge to oral tissues in health and diseases. Oral biology is a tremendously diverse scientific area, encompassing the disciplines of microbiology and immunology, biochemistry, biophysics, craniofacial biology, development, and oral physiology. Tooth morphology is a part of oral biology which involves the teaching of shapes and morphological aspects of each tooth individually. The course encourages active participation where student where student reviews scientific articles that form the basis for paradigm shift in clinical diagnosis and treatment. Student reviews include oral presentation and session that include solving problem.