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Narsimha Rao V.,Gitam Dental College and Hospital | Putta Buddi J.S.,JSS Dental College | Kurthukoti A.,Coorg Institute of Dental science
Journal of Indian Society of Pedodontics and Preventive Dentistry | Year: 2014

Juvenile recurrent parotitis (JRP) is a nonobstructive, nonsuppurative parotid inflammation in young children. Causative factors are many such as allergy, infection, local autoimmune manifestations, and genetic inheritance have been suggested, but none have been proved. Parotid sialography is a hallmark in the diagnosis of JRP but newer modalities such as ultrasonography, computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging-sialography are noninvasive investigative techniques. Recurrent attacks are often managed conservatively. Here we report a case of a 5-year-old child with JRP. Sailography can be used as both diagnostic and therapeutic modality. Source


Jatania A.,JSS Dental College
International journal of orthodontics (Milwaukee, Wis.) | Year: 2012

Root resorption that occurs in permanent teeth is an unwanted process and is considered pathologic. Although apical root resorption occurs in individuals who have never experienced orthodontic tooth movement, the incidence among treated individuals is seen to be significantly higher. Some resorption occurs in most orthodontic patients, but because of repair the changes are difficult to detect with radiographic examination and therefore are clinically insignificant. This article gives a review of the various types of root resorption, the etiological factors, the biology and the identification of root resorption. Source


Verma P.,Surendera Dental College and Research Institute | Verma K.G.,Surendera Dental College and Research Institute | Kumaraswam K.L.,Farooqia Dental College | Basavaraju S.,JSS Dental College | And 2 more authors.
Imaging Science in Dentistry | Year: 2014

Purpose: The present study was aimed to investigate the variation of soft palate morphology in different age and gender groups. The correlations of radiographic velar length (VL), velar width (VW), pharyngeal depth (PD), and Need's ratio with soft palate variants were also studied in the North Indian subpopulation. Materials and Methods: The study sample consisted of 300 subjects aged between 15 and 45 (mean: 31.32) years. The velar morphology on lateral cephalograms was examined and grouped into six types. The results obtained were subjected to a statistical analysis to find the correlation between variants of the soft palate with gender and different age groups. Results: The most frequent type of soft palate was leaf shaped (48.7%), and the least common was crook shaped (3.0%) among both the genders and various age groups, showing a significant correlation. The mean VL, VW, and PD values were significantly higher in males and significantly correlated with the types of soft palate. A significant correlation was observed between the mean VL, VW, PD, and Need's ratio with various age groups, showing an inconsistent pattern with an increase in age. The types of soft palate, gender, and Need's ratio were also significantly correlated, with an overall higher mean value of the Need's ratio among female subjects and the S-shaped soft palate. Conclusion: The knowledge of a varied spectrum of velar morphology and the variants of the soft palate help in a better understanding of the velopharyngeal closure and craniofacial anomalies. © 2014 by Korean Academy of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology. Source


Manjunatha B.,JSS Medical College | Patil K.,JSS Dental College | Balaraj B.M.,JSS Medical College
Medicine, Science and the Law | Year: 2014

The aim of present study was to determine the chronology of third molar root mineralization and to establish south Indian reference data. Therefore, a cross-sectional study was undertaken by evaluating 192 intraoral periapical radiographs in order to assess the root mineralization status of the mandibular third molar of south Indian individuals (101 males and 91 females) between the age of 13 and 25. The evaluation was carried out using the seven-stage developmental scheme of Kullmanet al.(1992). The range, mean age, standard deviation, Student t test and percentile distributions are presented for each stage of mineralization. Statistically significant differences between males and females were not found. All individuals from this study with mature third molar roots were at least 18 years of age. For medicolegal purposes, the likelihood of whether a south Indian individual is older than 18 years or not was determined. © The Author(s) 2013 Reprints and permissions: sagepub.co.uk/journalsPermissions.nav. Source


Panigrahi A.,UniversityOdisha | Srilatha K.T.,JSS Dental College | Panigrahi R.G.,UniversityOdisha | Mohanty S.,UniversityOdisha | And 2 more authors.
Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research | Year: 2015

Aim: Contamination of etched enamel with saliva has been shown to result in sealant failure. Recently, a hydrophilic sealant has been introduced. In absence of documented literature, this in vitro study was undertaken to ascertain the efficacy of Embrace Wet Bond without reduction of microtensile bond strength in the different moisture contamination. Materials and Methods: A 5mm block of sealant were built over prepared occlusal surface of 40 non-carious therapeutically extracted third molars which were sectioned into 1mm thick stick and tested using Zwick micro tensile tester. Obtained data were subjected to descriptive analysis, one-way ANOVA and Scheffe’s post-hoc tests. R esults: Mean microtensile bond strength of Embrace sealant was not significantly lowered in different moisture contamination groups except Group 3 (air drying), which showed very highly significant (p<0.001) decrease in μTBS as compared to Group 1 (non-contaminated). C onclusion: Mean μTBS of Embrace sealant remains largely unchanged even in presence of moisture. Owing to its hydrophilic property, this sealant can be a great help in cases where maintaining isolation is difficult. © 2015, Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research. All rights reserved. Source

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