Journal of Dentistry And Oral Implants

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Dentistry And Oral Implants-Oral and maxillofacial surgery and oral implants
-Allauddin Siddiqi

New Zealand

Sir Johan Walsh Research Institute,
University of Otago.

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Allauddin Siddiqi


188E Queen Street North,
Dunedin, New Zealand.

Research Interests:

Oral and maxillofacial surgery and oral implants


  • Allauddin Siddiqi PhD (NZ), MSc (Maxillofacial & Oral Surgery- cum laude) (SA), PDD (SA), AO CMF fellow (Switzerland), IBRA scholar (Germany), BDS (PK)
  • Primary research theme: Clinical and Applied
  • Allauddin Siddiqi graduated from Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan, Pakistan in 1994. 
  • He obtained his Postgraduate Diploma in Dentistry (2006) and then MSc in Maxillofacial & Oral Surgery (2008) with cum laude from University of the Western Cape, South Africa. 
  • He was granted fellowship in Oral Surgery by The International Association of Bone Research (IBRA) from Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University, Germany (Frankfurt) and AO Cranio- Maxillofacial from Ludwig-Maximilians- University of Munich., Germany (Munich) in 2008 and 2009 respectively.
  • He has recently completed his PhD from the University of Otago, New Zealand (Dunedin). 
  • His PhD project comprised of a human clinical trial, an in vivo sheep study and two in vitro human cadaver studies. 
  • Human research investigated the surgical challenges and outcomes of new surgical sites of titanium and/or ceramic implants placed in the mid-palate and posterior mandibular region. 
  • The relevance of the palatal region to implant dentistry in humans was studied by histological and  examination in cadaver model.
  • The significance of the research field is the prompt and cost-effective rehabilitation of patients (often elderly and/or socioeconomically disadvantaged) who suffer the disabling handicap of edentulism. 
  • The current research will have an impact on future oral healthcare as there are no randomised controlled clinical trials in the literature using zirconia implants supporting overdentures. 
  • He has always adopted an innovative approach to dental research. 
  • This is evident from his clinical research and his papers in refereed journals.