The course of dentistry was opened in 1953 with the arrival of Associate Professor L.M. Obukhova at SamMi. Lydia Maksimovna Obukhova was born on May 5, 1898 in the village of Nikolskoye, Tashkent region, into a peasant family.
In 1920, L. Obukhova was a student at the Central Asian State University, from which she successfully graduated in 1927 with a degree in medicine. From that moment, she began her career as a resident of maxillofacial surgery under the guidance of Professor P.P. Sitkovsky. At Lydia Maksimovna, P.P. Sitkovsky noticed a talent for plastic surgeons and persuaded him to seriously get carried away with maxillofacial surgery and dentistry.
During the Second World War L. Obukhova worked in the evacuation hospital No. 3668/69 in Tashkent, first as the head of the department, then as a leading maxillofacial surgeon and consultant.
In 1946, L. Obukhova returned as a teacher to the clinic of surgical dentistry of the Tashkent Medical Institute, where she defended her thesis for the degree of candidate of medical sciences and defended her thesis on the topic: "The use of cartilage of corpses in reconstructive surgery of the maxillofacial area"
After defending his thesis in 1953 L.M. Obukhova was sent by the Ministry of Health of Uzbekistan to the Samarkand State Medical Institute as an associate professor to organize a course in dentistry and dental care, where she worked for 25 years.
LM Obukhova proposed methods of cheiloplasty of the upper lip to eliminate partial and bilateral defects. Modifications of the creation of the Filatov stem, the diepidermisation of the transplanted clots, the subepidermal incision of scars, etc. were developed.
Under the leadership of L.M. Obukhova defended 2 candidate dissertations. L.M. Obukhova was the founder of the Samarkand Scientific Society of Dentists, which she headed for 15 years. In June 1978 L.M. Obukhova has retired.
In 1977, M. Musinov was appointed head of the dental course at SamMI. MM. Musinov was born on December 20, 1925 in Andijan in a working class family. He began his labor activity in 1943 in Andijan as a teacher of evening courses. After graduating from the Samarkand Medical Institute in 1952, M. Musinov first worked at the institute as a clinical resident, then as an assistant at the department of hospital surgery at SamMI.
In his activities in the field of dentistry, M.M. In 1954, Musinov first graduated from residency in the specialty of surgical dentistry under the guidance of Associate Professor L.M. Obukhova, then worked as an assistant in the clinic of hospital surgery, and since 1964 as an assistant in the course of dentistry at SamMI. In 1961, M. Musinov entered the postgraduate course of LIUV, where he worked as a corresponding member of the Academy of Medical Sciences, professor A.A. Limberg was his supervisor. On April 13, 1965, Musinov successfully defended his thesis on the topic “Age indicators of plastic surgery for lip defects and the sky in the general plan of the dispensary service ”.
After a successful defense, M.M. Musinov continued to work as an assistant in the course of dentistry, from February 14, 1973 - an associate professor, and from 1977 until the last days of his life - head of the course of dentistry at the Samarkand Medical Institute.
In 1982, A. Vorobievskaya was appointed head of the dental course of SamGMI. A.G. Varobievskaya was born on February 16, 1940 in Tashkent in a working class family. After graduating from high school in 1957, she entered the Tashkent State Medical Institute at the Faculty of Dentistry, from which she successfully graduated in 1962. From 1962 to 1963 she completed an internship at the City Clinical Hospital No. 1 of Samarkand, specializing in surgical dentistry and maxillofacial surgery.
In 1972 he entered graduate school and in 1974 successfully defended his thesis. In 1982 she headed the dental course of the Samarkand Medical Institute, and in 1986 A.G. Varobievskaya worked as an assistant professor at the Department of Dentistry. In 1993, Varobievskaya moved to Russia in the city of Voronezh, where she now works as an associate professor at the Medical Academy in Voronezh