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Agrawal B.,Jodhpur Dental College General Hospital
BMJ case reports | Year: 2012

Odontomas represent a hamartomatous malformation. They are usually asymptomatic and are diagnosed on routine radiological examination .The eruption and infection of odontoma are uncommon. Till now, only 20 cases of erupted odontoma are reported in the literature. We report an unusual case of infected complex odontoma with eruption of odontoma in the oral cavity and perforation of the cheeks with a tooth impacted upon which makes the presentation unusual that has not been reported earlier. The dentist should be familiar with common and unusual appearance of odontoma for proper diagnosis and management. Source


Deolia S.G.,Sharad Pawar Dental College and Hospital | Chhabra K.G.,Jodhpur Dental College General Hospital | Kalghatgi S.,Mansarovar Dental College
Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research | Year: 2014

Background: Research activities are increasing in all the fields of medicine including dentistry but there is dearth of information about the knowledge, attitude and behaviour of dental professionals for ethical principles in research, especially in the developing countries like India.Objective: To assess knowledge, attitude and behaviour among dental professionals pertaining to research ethics.Conclusion: Participants had favorable attitude towards research ethics, but their knowledge and behaviour needs considerable improvements. The age and gender were associated with attitude. The present pilot study highlights the need for further nationwide study and development of research ethics curriculum in detail for dental education in India.Methodology: A self-administered, close ended questionnaire survey with cross-sectional design was conducted in a private dental institute in India. All the house-surgeons, post-graduate students and the faculty of the same institute were included for the assessment of the knowledge, attitude and behaviour regarding research ethics using a 24, 8 and 8 items.Results: A total of 213 of 230 dental professionals participated (response rate of 92.6%). Mean knowledge, attitude and behaviour scores were 43.3%, 82.5% and 46.37%, respectively. Significant correlations were observed of age and gender with the attitude about the research ethics among study subjects (χ2=14.383, p=0.006 and χ2=7.769, p=0.021, respectively). © 2014, Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research. All rights reserved. Source


Agarwal C.,Jodhpur Dental College General Hospital | Purohit P.,Mathura Das Mathur Medical College | Sharma S.K.,Shree Balaji Dental Hospital | Sharma A.,Jodhpur Dental College General Hospital
Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research | Year: 2014

Cosmetic concern is on increase in dental patients these days resulting in more demand for periodontal plastic surgical procedures. Gingival recession is one of the common problems which impairs aesthetic and may result in hypersensitivity and increase chances of root caries. Several plastic procedures are available to correct the defect. Double papilla laterally positioned flap combined with Alloderm has been used to cover single tooth class I recession site as adequate width of keratinized gingiva is present on adjacent teeth. The technique has resulted in 80% of root coverage. Source


Bishen K.A.,Jodhpur Dental College General Hospital | Chhabra K.G.,Jodhpur Dental College General Hospital | Sagari S.,Jodhpur Dental College General Hospital
Journal of Pharmacy and Bioallied Sciences | Year: 2015

Objective: Research in the dental field is progressing at mightier speed worldwide, but an unfortunately representation of India at this platform is negligible. The present study was undertaken to unearth the barriers for dental research among dental professionals in Indian scenario. Materials and Methods: A cross-sectional questionnaire study was conducted on 1514 participant's (Master of Dental Surgery and Bachelor of Dental Surgery staff) and postgraduates in 40 dental colleges of India selected by multistage random sampling. The response rate was 75.7%. The survey was undertaken from July 2013 to December 2013. The survey instrument was 24-item, investigator developed, self-structured, close-ended, and self-administered questionnaire grouped into four categories that are, institutional/departmental support related barriers, financial/training support related barriers, time-related barriers, and general barriers. Results: Among all respondents 47.23% informed that they are administrative and educational work rather than research work as (P < 0.001). Overall 57.53% of study participants reported lack of administrative and technical support for research work as (P < 0.001). Overall 64.9% reported meager college funding was the barrier (P < 0.001). Overall 61.5% respondents reported lack of time to do research work due to clinical and teaching responsibilities (P < 0.001) was the barrier for research. Largely 80.25% agreed that, the lack of documentation and record maintenance are an obvious barrier for research (P < 0.001). Conclusions: Present study unearths certain barriers for research in an Indian scenario, which includes administrative overburden, lack of funds, and lack of documentation of the dental data. Governing authorities of dentistry in India have to make major interventions to make research non-intensive environment to research-friendly environment. © 2015 Journal of Pharmacy And Bioallied Sciences. Source


Chhabra K.G.,Jodhpur Dental College General Hospital | Deolia S.,Sharad Pawar Dental College and Hospital | Chhabra C.,Jodhpur Dental College General Hospital
Safety and Health at Work | Year: 2014

Results Data were collected from a total of 250 participants, 50 belonging to each academic group. Overall mean knowledge, attitude, and practice scores were 52%, 75%, and 55%, respectively. Significant correlation was found for age with attitude (χ2 = 10.734, p = 0.030) and behavior (χ2 = 12.984, p = 0.011). Marital status was significantly associated with all the three domains; knowledge (χ2 = 29.369, p = 0.000), attitude (χ2 = 29.023, p = 0.000), and practices (χ2 = 13.648, p = 0.009).Background To assess the knowledge, attitude, and practice of ergonomics among dental professionals of Hubli-Dharwad twin cities, India.Methods Investigator-developed, self-administered, closed-ended questionnaire assessing knowledge, attitude, and practices regarding ergonomics during dental practice was filled in by undergraduates, house surgeons, postgraduates, and faculty members of dental institutions and private practitioners from Hubli-Dharwad twin cities.Conclusion Participants had considerable awareness and behavior toward ergonomics in dental practice. The high attitude score indicates stronger acceptance of ergonomics principles and guidelines during routine dental procedures. The current study highlights the situation of ergonomics in dental practice in the form of knowledge, attitude, and practices. © 2014, Occupational Safety and Health Research Institute. Published by Elsevier. All rights reserved. Source

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