Hosahallli-Puttaiah Raghuveer

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Massive osteolysis is well known under the synonyms Gorham's disease, vanishing bone disease and phantom bone disease. It is a rare condition of unknown aetiology and results in the progressive destruction of bony structures. Only a few cases have been reported in the jaws. Considering the rarity of the condition, we report here an interesting and unique(More)
AIMS The objective of this study was to estimate the increase in arch perimeter associated with mandibular lateral expansion, To estimate the increase in intermolar width with mandibular lateral expansion and to find out the changes of tooth inclination with mandibular expansion. MATERIALS AND METHODS The mandibular bone with dentition of indian skeletal(More)
BACKGROUND Simulation of periodontal ligament (PDL) using non-linear finite element method (FEM) analysis gives better insight into understanding of the biology of tooth movement. The stresses in the PDL were evaluated for intrusion and lingual root torque using non-linear properties. MATERIALS AND METHODS A three-dimensional (3D) FEM model of the(More)
AIM The aim of the study was to identify the presence of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in patients who had sustained facial injuries, additionally, we aimed to identify other variables that may modify the psychological response to trauma that include gender, age and presence of disfigurement post-treatment and visible scars/orthopedic injuries. (More)
BACKGROUND Optimal orthodontic forces are those which stimulate tooth movement with minimal biological trauma to the tooth, periodontal ligament (PDL) during and alveolar bone. Among various types of tooth movements, extrusion and rotational movements are seen to be associated with the least amount of root resorption and have not been studied in detail. The(More)
BACKGROUND Orthodontic tooth movement occurs due to various biomechanical changes in the periodontium. Forces within the optimal range yield maximum tooth movement with minimum deleterious effects. Among various types of tooth movements, extrusion and rotational movements are seen to be associated with the least amount of root resorption and have not been(More)
BACKGROUND This study was performed to identify the presence of anxiety and depression in patients who had sustained facial injuries; additionally we aimed to identify other variables that may modify the psychological response to trauma that include gender and age. MATERIALS AND METHODS The participants were 153 patients from multimodal trauma centers in(More)
BACKGROUND This study was performed to identify and compare the presence of and the levels of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety, depression and if any change in sexual functioning is present in patients with disfiguring facial injuries, nondisfiguring facial injuries and visible extremity injuries. MATERIALS AND METHODS A total of 378(More)
BACKGROUND Orthodontic tooth movement is a complex procedure that occurs due to various biomechanical changes in the periodontium. Optimal orthodontic forces yield maximum tooth movement whereas if the forces fall beyond the optimal threshold it can cause deleterious effects. Among various types of tooth movements intrusion and lingual root torque are(More)