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1.  Case Report
Management of anterior teeth crossbite using double cantilever spring with posterior bite plane - A case report
Neena.I.E, Ananthraj.A, Ashwini.B.L
[Year:2014] [Month:July-December] [Volume:6 ] [Number:2] [Pages:63] [Pages No:122-123] [No of Hits : 546]
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Anterior dental crossbites are one of the most common orthodontic problems that we observe in growing children. Anterior crossbite correction in early mixed dentition is highly recommended as this kind ofmalocclusion do not diminish with age. Uncorrected anterior crossbite may lead to abnormal wear of the lower incisors, dental compensation of mandibular incisors leading to thinning of labial alveolar plate and/or gingival recession. There are several methods for solving this problem. This paper reports a n case of anterior crossbite, which was corrected using the Hawley’s appliance with double cantilever spring in a short period of 3 - 4 weeks without causing any damage to the tooth or the periodontium.

Conclusion: Dental anterior cross-bite involving one or more teeth can be corrected by means of double cantilever spring with posterior bite plane.

Keywords: Crossbite, Hawley’s appliance, early orthodontic intervention

How to cite this article: Neena IE, Anantharaj A, Ashwini BL. Management of anterior teeth crossbite using double cantilever spring with posterior bite plane - A case report. CODS J Dent 2014;6;122-123

Source of support: Nil.

Conflict of interest: None Declared.

 
2.  Review Article
Bone Grafts in Periodontics-A Review
Pramod Tatuskar, Shobha Prakash
[Year:2015] [Month:July-December] [Volume:7 ] [Number:2] [Pages:48] [Pages No:64-70] [No of Hits : 177]
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The ultimate goal of periodontal therapy should not be limited to the establishment and maintenance of periodontal health. The potential for regeneration of the hard and soft periodontal tissues lost to disease should be considered. Of all the bone grafting materials being developed, the demineralized freeze dried bone allograft (DFDBA) has been used as a substitute for bone graft for more than four decades. The basis for the use of any bone grafting material is to induce bone formation. In this article various bone grafts and biomaterials used are reviewed.

Keywords: Allograft, Autograft, Biomaterial, Bone graft.

How to cite this article: Tatuskar P, Prakash S. Bone Grafts in Periodontics -A Review. CODS J Dent 2015;7: 64-70.

Source of support: Nil.

Conflict of interest: None Declared.

 
3.  Case Report
Treatment regime for crown fractures: Autogenous tooth fragment reattachment – A case series
N. B. Nagaveni Meghna Bajaj, Nitika Lobo, P. Poornima
[Year:2015] [Month:July-December] [Volume:7 ] [Number:2] [Pages:48] [Pages No:96-99] [No of Hits : 115]
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Maxillary crown fractures are most common form of traumatic dental injuries that mainly affect the maxillary central incisors, in children and teenagers. The improvement in adhesive dentistry has allowed dentists to use the patient’s own fragment to restore the fractured tooth, if the fragment is available. Reattachment is such an ultraconservative and advanced technique which provides safe, fast, and aesthetically pleasing results with immediate restoration of function and phonetics. This article describes few cases in which fragment reattachment was done using different combination of techniques viz. simple reattachment, circumferential bevel and internal dentinal groove.

Keywords: Anterior crown fractures, Adhesive dentistry, Reattachment, Tooth fragment

How to cite this article: Nagaveni N. B, Bajaj M, Lobo N, Poornima P. Treatment regime for crown fractures: Autogenous tooth fragment reattachment - A Case Series. CODS J Dent 2015;7: 96-99.

Source of support: Nil.

Conflict of interest: None Declared.

 
4.  Review Article
The Nose and its Clinical Implications in Orthodontics: An Overview
Mala Ram Manohar , Pratibha Goswami
[Year:2015] [Month:July-December] [Volume:7 ] [Number:2] [Pages:48] [Pages No:71-75] [No of Hits : 98]
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The nose with a central position in the face, plays a major role in facial esthetics and thereof in treatment planning. With a growing number of patients seeking orthodontic treatment for esthetic reasons , it is of prime importance to have a sound understanding of what constitutes ideal soft tissue harmony . The nose with its protrusive structure must be envisioned with its composite supportive framework which is a major determinant of its shape.

Keywords: Esthetics , Nose, Orthodontics , Profile.

How to cite this article: Manohar MR , Goswami P. The Nose and its Clinical Implications in Orthodontics: An Overview. CODS J Dent 2015;7: 71-75.

Source of support: Nil.

Conflict of interest: None Declared.

 
5.  Original Article
Effect of UV disinfection on dimensional stability and infection control of elastomeric impression materials
G. Vinaya Kumar, Ashwini Wadhwani, Neha Hajira
[Year:2015] [Month:July-December] [Volume:7 ] [Number:2] [Pages:48] [Pages No:60-63] [No of Hits : 94]
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In many areas of dental practice which involves exposure to blood and other body fluids, there is growing concern regarding improvements in cross-infection control. There is a need for disinfection methods to be effective while also being cheap, rapid, non-toxic, broad spectrum and easy to practice. Impression materials used in prosthodontics cannot be heat sterilized and are often damaged by chemical disinfection. In recent advances, ultraviolet disinfection method has begun to prove its effectiveness to control contamination of impression materials by killing microbes while preserving the quality of material.
This scientific paper to be presented is on a study conducted to evaluate the effect of ultraviolet disinfection on the dimensional stability and infection control of elastomeric impression materials.

Keywords: Disinfection, Dimensional stability, Elastomeric impression materials

How to cite this article: Vinaya Kumar G, Wadhwani A, Hajira N. Effect of UV disinfection on dimensional stability and infection control of elastomeric impression materials. CODS J Dent 2015;7:60-63.

Source of support: Nil.

Conflict of interest: None Declared

 
6.  Case Report
Hereditary Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa A Rare Case Report
Neena IE, Shagun Sinha, Poornima P, Pallavi Urs
[Year:2015] [Month:July-December] [Volume:7 ] [Number:2] [Pages:48] [Pages No:84-86] [No of Hits : 92]
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Epidermolysis bullosa (EB) is a diverse group of disorders characterized by blister formation with tissue separation occurring at variable depths in the skin and oral mucosa depending on the specific EB type. Oral tissue fragility and blistering is common to all EB types. However oral debilitation as a result of soft tissue scarring is primarily limited to the recessive dystrophic EB subtypes. Due to extreme mucosal fragility such patients are managed by modified dental care practices. This case report describes a rare case of recessive dystrophic EB.

Keywords: Dystrophic, Epidermolysis bullosa, Recessive

How to cite this article: Neena IE, Sinha S, Poornima P, Pallavi Urs. Hereditary Dystrophic Epidermolysis bullosa- A Rare Case Report. CODS J Dent 2015;7: 84-86

Source of support: Nil.

Conflict of interest: None Declared.

 
7.  Director’s Message
Greetings
Dr. V.V. Subba Reddy
[Year:2015] [Month:July-December] [Volume:7 ] [Number:2] [Pages:48] [Pages No:52] [No of Hits : 89]
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We are immensely overjoyed that CODS Journal of Dentistry is presenting its volume of 2016.We express our sincere thanks to all the authors who have shared their enthusiasm in form of various papers thereby educating and inspiring our readers.

 
8.  Review Article
Techniques for Interim Rrestorations in Fixed Partial Denture Prosthesis – A Review
Praveen B, Prasanna B.G, Sri Harsha, N.Chandana
[Year:2015] [Month:July-December] [Volume:7 ] [Number:2] [Pages:48] [Pages No:76-83] [No of Hits : 70]
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It is important for the tooth or teeth to be protected and that the patients be kept comfortable while a permanent restoration is being fabricated. By successful management of this phase, the dentist can gain patients confidence and favorably influence the ultimate success of the final restoration. Therefore costly chair side time must not be wasted but the dentist must produce an acceptable restoration. This paper reviews the techniques for custom provisional restorations.

Keywords: Aesthetics; Custom made restoration; External surface form; Interim restoration; Preformed matrix.

How to cite this article: Praveen B, Prasanna B.G, Harsha S, Chandana N. Techniques for Interim Rrestorations in Fixed Partial Denture Prosthesis - A Review. CODS J Dent 2015;7: 76-83.

Source of support: Nil.

Conflict of interest: None Declared.

 
9.  Review Article
Gingival tissue management in Restorative Dentistry
Prashanth Kumar Katta, Sreedhara S
[Year:2015] [Month:January-June] [Volume:7 ] [Number:1] [Pages:51] [Pages No:33-35] [No of Hits : 69]
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The periodontium that surrounds the tooth should be healthy for the optimum functioning of the tooth. The gingiva which is a part of the periodontium must be healthy as well so that that any iatrogenic procedures don’t damage the gingiva. The concept of biologic width must be well understood to properly manage the gingiva during any restorative procedures.

Keywords: Biological width, gingival retraction, hemostasis, techniques

How to cite this article: Katta PK, Sreedhara S. Gingival tissue management in Restorative Dentistry. CODS J Dent 2015;7: 33 - 35.

Source of support: Nil.

Conflict of interest: None Declared

 
10.  Case Report
Gingival Stillman’s Cleft- Revisited
Deepa D , Gouri Bhatia, Priyanka Srivastava
[Year:2015] [Month:July-December] [Volume:7 ] [Number:2] [Pages:48] [Pages No:93-95] [No of Hits : 66]
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Stillman’s clefts are apostrophe shaped indentations extending from and into the gingival margin for varying distances. The etiology of this cleft is still not clear. They may repair spontaneously or persist as surface lesions of deep periodontal pockets that penetrate into the supporting tissues. Here we report a case of stillman’s cleft in the mandibular left lateral incisor region treated with de-epithelialisation.

Keywords: Stillman’s cleft, inflammatory, occlusal trauma, developmental, gingival clefts, simple clefts.

How to cite this article: Deepa D , Bhatia G, Srivastava P. Gingival Stillman’s Cleft- Revisited. CODS J Dent 2015;7: 93-95.

Source of support: Nil.

Conflict of interest: None Declared.

 
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