HSRSM Dental College and Hospital

Hingoli, India

HSRSM Dental College and Hospital

Hingoli, India
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Mapare S.A.,HSRSM Dental College and Hospital | Krishna Rao P.,HSRSM Dental College and Hospital | Vamshidhar Reddy R.,HSRSM Dental College and Hospital | Manoj Kumar M.G.,Sibar Institute of Dental science | And 2 more authors.
Journal of Contemporary Dental Practice | Year: 2013

Aim: The aim of this study is to investigate the effect various dietary nutrients in aggressive periodontitis patients. Materials and methods: A total of 85 patients were selected and divided into two groups, 45 patients are with aggressive periodontitis and 40 patients are healthy. Periodontal parameters such as oral hygiene index, Russels periodontal index and radiograph were taken. The food consumption survey was conducted in all the households of subjects both in control and experimental group. The individual of food intake of the subjects was assessed by the oral questionnaire (24 hours recall) method. The quantity of raw foods used for various preparations and volumes of cooked quantities of such preparations in terms of standardized cups were noted. Body measurements were taken on all the subjects, standing height using a height measuring rod and weight in standard weighing machine. Results: Aggressive periodontitis is seen in young individual and mostly in females; majority of the patients of both groups belongs to low socioeconomic group. Body mass index which is a reflection of nutritional status of an individual indicated that chronically energy deficient subjects in experimental group appeared to be higher. The average food and nutrient intake in control group was slightly better than that of experimental group. Conclusion: The diet survey indicated marginal and negligible deficiencies in aggressive periodontitis patients compared to controls, and this coupled with chronically energy deficiency as indicated by body mass index, calls for a detailed study of this aspect of aggressive periodontitis. The present study indicates that nutritional influences point to a needle of suspicion toward the etiology of aggressive periodontitis.


Jenner F.,MES Medical College | Abdul Jaleel V.,MES Medical College | Kulshrestha R.,MATS University | Maheswar G,Meghna Institute of Dental science | And 2 more authors.
Journal of Contemporary Dental Practice | Year: 2013

Aim: The present study was conducted to evaluate the efficacy of commercially available herbal toothpastes against the different periodontopathogens. Materials and methods: Six herbal toothpastes that were commonly commercially available were included in the study. Colgate herbal, Babool, Meswak, Neem active, Dabur red toothpastes were tested for the study whereas sterile normal saline was used as control. Antimicrobial efficacies of dentifrices were evaluated against Streptococcus mutans and Actinobacillus actinomycetemcomitans. The antimicrobial properties of dentifrices were tested by measuring the maximum zone of inhibition at 24 hours on the Mueller Hinton Agar media inoculated with microbial strain using disk diffusion method. Each dentifrice was tested at 100% concentration (full strength). Results: The study showed that all dentifrices selected for the study were effective against the entire test organism but to varying degree. Neem active tooth paste gave a reading of 25.4 mm as the zone of inhibition which was highest amongst all of the test dentifrices. Colgate Herbal and Meswak dentifrices recorded a larger maximum zone of inhibition, measuring 23 and 22.6 mm respectively, compared to other toothpastes. All other dentifrices showed the zone of inhibition to be between 17 and 19 mm respectively. Conclusion: The antibacterial properties of six dentifrices were studied in vitro and concluded that almost all of the dentifrices available commercially had antibacterial properties to some extent to benefit dental health or antiplaque action.


Krishna Rao P.,HSRSM Dental College and Hospital | Vamshidhar Reddy R.,HSRSM Dental College and Hospital | Mapare S.A.,HSRSM Dental College and Hospital | Nag V.R.,SB Patil Dental College | And 2 more authors.
Journal of Contemporary Dental Practice | Year: 2013

Aim: The aim of this study is to investigate the blood hemogram and estimation of serum iron and proteins level in aggressive periodontitis patients. Materials and methods: A total of 85 patients were selected and divided into two groups, 45 patients are with aggressive periodontitis and 40 patients are healthy. Periodontal parameters such as gingival inflammation oral hygiene index, Russell's periodontal index and radiograph were taken. Total 10 ml blood was collected and sent for estimation of blood hemogram protein estimation and serum electrophoresis. Results: There was statistical significant difference observed in relation to gingival inflammation oral hygiene hemoglobin and total iron binding capacity level between both the groups. Conclusion: It has been concluded that periodontitis does not induce anemia like state, as the hematological and biochemical parameters were almost equally affected in periodontally healthy and periodontally diseased individuals, but some parameters showed statistical significant difference between the both groups. Clinical significance: In the present study, the clinical periodontal parameters, red blood cell parameters and serum iron and ferritin levels were compared among control and test groups. It was found that the values of gingival inflammation, oral hygiene and periodontal index, hemoglobulin level and total iron binding protein were statistically significant between the groups. However, the values of erythrocyte count, white blood cell count, serum iron and serum proteins, serum electrophoresis did not show any significant correlation.


Rathi N.V.,Sharad Pawar Dental College | Bhattad M.S.,HSRSM Dental College and Hospital | Thosar N.,Sharad Pawar Dental College | Baliga S.,Sharad Pawar Dental College
BMJ Case Reports | Year: 2015

Rothmund-Thomson syndrome (RTS) is a rare autosomal recessive trait disease. It is characterised by skin, eye and skeletal abnormalities. Abnormalities associated with teeth include abnormal crown and root formations, rudimentary or hypoplastic teeth, microdontia and multiple missing teeth. In the present case, there were multiple decayed primary teeth and multiple congenitally missing permanent teeth. Mandibular left primary first molar (tooth 74) was pulpally involved and obturated with mineral trioxide ggregate. Follow-up after 2 years revealed successful obturation. © 2015 BMJ Publishing Group. All rights reserved.


PubMed | HSRSM Dental College and Hospital and Sharad Pawar Dental College
Type: | Journal: BMJ case reports | Year: 2015

Rothmund-Thomson syndrome (RTS) is a rare autosomal recessive trait disease. It is characterised by skin, eye and skeletal abnormalities. Abnormalities associated with teeth include abnormal crown and root formations, rudimentary or hypoplastic teeth, microdontia and multiple missing teeth. In the present case, there were multiple decayed primary teeth and multiple congenitally missing permanent teeth. Mandibular left primary first molar (tooth 74) was pulpally involved and obturated with mineral trioxide ggregate. Follow-up after 2years revealed successful obturation.

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