Kaushal Kishor Agrawal

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Sjogren's syndrome is a distinct clinical condition which includes xerostomia, ocular dryness, rheumatoid arthritis and other connective tissue disorders. Major oral problems reported by such patients include high caries rate, burning of oral mucosa, early tooth loss, increased tooth wear, poor tolerance for dentures and repeated failure of dental(More)
INTRODUCTION To evaluate and compare the rate of intrusion and root resorption of maxillary incisors by three different intrusion techniques: Rickett's utility arch, Kalra's Simultaneous Intrusion & Retraction arch and arch with Reverse Curve of Spee. METHODS The study was conducted over 30 patients aged between 14 and 25 yrs with deep bite requiring at(More)
Palatopharyngeal dysfunction may take place when palatopharyngeal valve is unable to perform its own closing due to a lack of tissue (palatopharyngeal insufficiency) or lack of proper movement (palatopharyngeal incompetence). Palatopharyngeal insufficiency induces nasal regurgitation of liquids, hypernasal speech, nasal escape, disarticulations and impaired(More)
The aim of this clinical report was to observe the effect of complete dentures on craniofacial growth and development of an ectodermal dysplasia (ED) patient. A complete anodontia patient diagnosed with ED was successfully rehabilitated with conventional complete dentures at the ages of 5, 8, and 10 years. Three sets of complete dentures were made with(More)
OBJECTIVES The objective of the study was to assess the awareness and performance towards dental waste including mercury management policy and practices among the dental practitioners in North India. MATERIALS AND METHODS An epidemiologic survey was conducted among 200 private dental practitioners. The survey form was composed of 29 self-administered(More)
STATEMENT OF PROBLEM Few studies compare the radiographic changes in bone density associated with immediate implant loading protocols. PURPOSE The purpose of this longitudinal study was to quantitatively assess radiographic changes in alveolar bone density around immediate functionally and nonfunctionally loaded implants. MATERIAL AND METHODS A(More)
Witkop's syndrome is a rare autosomal dominant disorder characterized by tooth and nail abnormalities. It is a variant of ectodermal dysplasia, which is thought to occur in approximately 1 in 100,000 live births. Thus, such a low occurrence and paucity of clearly delineating features make its identification in general population a real challenge. This case(More)
AIMS The aim of the study was to evaluate and compare the oral stereognostic ability and satisfaction for fixed prosthesis in human being. MATERIALS AND METHODS The present study was carried out on 40 subjects, the purpose being to investigate the relation of oral perception to diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. Two types of cast metal crowns--one had(More)
PATIENT A 45-year-old female patient with need of fixed replacement of her missing teeth which were lost long time before. Posterior teeth were severally tipped bilaterally in the edentulous space. Hybrid removable partial denture with molar uprighting spring was fabricated for molar uprighting on both side tilted molars. After 3 month and 15 days of(More)
PURPOSE To compare crestal bone loss around dental implants using a delayed loading protocol. Bone loss was compared in patients following conventional full thickness flap and flapless surgery in controlled type 2 diabetic patients. MATERIALS AND METHODS Eighty-eight type 2 diabetic patients satisfying predetermined inclusion and exclusion criteria were(More)