PERIODONTOLOGY

Dept. Of Periodontics

Periodontology or Periodontics (from Greek peri "around"; and odons "tooth") is the specialty of dentistry that studies supporting structures of teeth, diseases, and conditions that affect them. The supporting tissues are known as the periodontium, which includes the gingiva (gums), alveolar bone, cementum, and the periodontal ligament. A professional who practices this specialty field of dentistry is known as a periodontist.

About the Department

Established in 2003, the Department is largely concerned with preventive oral health services and maintenance care. Preclinical lectures and seminars, laboratory exercises, and clinical assignments have been developed to provide training in the variety of procedures delegated to the dentist within the dental practice setting. These experiences are sequenced in an organized manner that provides for continual growth and competency in performance of all traditional and expanded-function procedures. Courses that encourage analytical thinking and problem-solving techniques that enhance the ability to evaluate the latest in research are important adjuncts to clinical training.

The department boasts of a total area of around 3076 sq feet which includes well-equipped undergraduate clinic, spacious post graduate clinic with electronic chairs and state of art equipments in the clinics including lasers.

The Treatment procedures routinely done by the doctors in the department, either conventionally or laser assisted include;

. Flap Surgery . Bone Grafting
. GTR
. Esthetic Periodontal Surgeries
. Gingivoplasty
. Dental Implants
Hard and soft tissue augmentation procedures

Department Features

. The department has separate working clinics for Postgraduate and Undergraduate students complete with individual Sterilization bays.

. A central store room looks after the overall sterilization and disinfection of instruments, Materials, working area and laundry.

Weekly seminars, journal club presentations and tutorials for students are conducted in the Seminar room

.

. Department has the latest audiovisual facilities and free access to the high speed internet.

. Postgraduates have a separate room for themselves where they have their individual lockers to keep their records and personal belongings.

The department has a good patient inflow, on an average about 40 patients visit the department for treatment daily.

At the undergraduate level we impart training in a group as well as in an individual manner, so as to prepare a student to diagnose and treat the diseases of the supporting structures of the teeth on a daily practice basis and make appropriate referrals for advanced care. We also train students for further training in Periodontics & Implantology. The Department of Periodontics provides instruction and clinical experience dealing with the etiology, diagnosis, prevention and treatment of diseases of the periodontium in adults. Postgraduate students are encouraged to use the latest equipments like implant, lasers, sinus elevation tools and microsurgery.

The research programs are numerous and diverse

These include clinical research programs in the diagnosis and treatment of periodontal disease, modeling of the progression of periodontal disease, studies of new regenerative and Implant techniques, and studies of the link between periodontal disease and systemic diseases.

The Department has numerous publications to its credit in national and international journals. The goal of the Department is to provide the undergraduate and postgraduate student with a strong educational foundation in periodontology for their future careers in Dentistry and to contribute new knowledge through basic and clinical research in Periodontics.

Dr C S Baiju

Dept. Of Periodontics

Periodontology or Periodontics (from Greek peri "around"; and odons "tooth") is the specialty of dentistry that studies supporting structures of teeth, diseases, and conditions that affect them. The supporting tissues are known as the periodontium, which includes the gingiva (gums), alveolar bone, cementum, and the periodontal ligament. A professional who practices this specialty field of dentistry is known as a periodontist.

About the Department

Established in 2003, the Department is largely concerned with preventive oral health services and maintenance care. Preclinical lectures and seminars, laboratory exercises, and clinical assignments have been developed to provide training in the variety of procedures delegated to the dentist within the dental practice setting. These experiences are sequenced in an organized manner that provides for continual growth and competency in performance of all traditional and expanded-function procedures. Courses that encourage analytical thinking and problem-solving techniques that enhance the ability to evaluate the latest in research are important adjuncts to clinical training.

The department boasts of a total area of around 3076 sq feet which includes well-equipped undergraduate clinic, spacious post graduate clinic with electronic chairs and state of art equipments in the clinics including lasers.

The Treatment procedures routinely done by the doctors in the department, either conventionally or laser assisted include;

. Flap Surgery

. Bone Grafting

. GTR

. Esthetic Periodontal Surgeries

. Gingivoplasty

. Dental Implants

. Hard and soft tissue augmentation procedures

Department Features

The department has separate working clinics for Postgraduate and Undergraduate students complete with individual Sterilization bays.

A central store room looks after the overall sterilization and disinfection of instruments, Materials, working area and laundry.

Weekly seminars, journal club presentations and tutorials for students are conducted in the Seminar room.

Department has the latest audiovisual facilities and free access to the high speed internet.

Postgraduates have a separate room for themselves where they have their individual lockers to keep their records and personal belongings.

The department has a good patient inflow, on an average about 40 patients visit the department for treatment daily.

At the undergraduate level we impart training in a group as well as in an individual manner, so as to prepare a student to diagnose and treat the diseases of the supporting structures of the teeth on a daily practice basis and make appropriate referrals for advanced care. We also train students for further training in Periodontics & Implantology. The Department of Periodontics provides instruction and clinical experience dealing with the etiology, diagnosis, prevention and treatment of diseases of the periodontium in adults. Postgraduate students are encouraged to use the latest equipments like implant, lasers, sinus elevation tools and microsurgery.

The research programs are numerous and diverse

These include clinical research programs in the diagnosis and treatment of periodontal disease, modeling of the progression of periodontal disease, studies of new regenerative and Implant techniques, and studies of the link between periodontal disease and systemic diseases.

The Department has numerous publications to its credit in national and international journals. The goal of the Department is to provide the undergraduate and postgraduate student with a strong educational foundation in periodontology for their future careers in Dentistry and to contribute new knowledge through basic and clinical research in Periodontics.

Head of the Department

Dr. CS Baiju, Professor and HOD (M-9810336864)

The department of Periodontics is headed by Prof. C.S. Baiju. He is a Periodontist of repute and has a vast experience in various surgical procedures. He has been in the teaching and academic profession since 1996 and has more than 19 years of academic experience. He has delivered numerous guest lectures at various National Conferences. He also has scientific paper presentations to his credit and has published articles in various journals too. Dr. C.S. Baiju is an examiner for both undergraduate and Post graduates in Periodontics in different universities of India. He is also an accredited UNESCO trained faculty member for Bio-Ethics in PGIMS-Rohtak.

Faculty

Dr. CS Baiju, Professor and HOD

Dr. Sumidha Bansal, Professor

Dr. Gunjan Gupta, Reader

Dr. Isha Bhardwaj, Sr.Lecturer

Dr. Sunny Mavi, Sr.Lecturer

Publications Dr C S Baiju

1-Bhardwaji, Bhushan A, Baiju C.S.EvaluationOf Peri- Implant Soft Tissues And Bone Levels Around Early Loaded Implant In Restoring Single Missing Tooth: A Clinico Radiographic Study . J Indian Society OfPerioDontology .Published Online.2015

2-Gaurav S, Baiju C S ARare Presentation Of Lipoma On Mandibular MucoGingival Junction- J Indian Society Of PerioDontology -Published Online. 2015.

3- Gupta A, Baiju C.S, Bansal S, Bhardwaj I. Alendronate In Periodontics: Where Are We?. Int J Dent Health Sci2014; 1(4)540-51.

4-Mundeja N , Baiju CS, Khashu H , Jain D, Gupta A.Gingival Biotype: A Key Determinant In Periodontal Treatment.International Journal of Dental and Health Sciences.Int J Dent Health Sci 2014; 1(4):552-565

5- MeghaPhogat, TarunRana, Narayan Prasad, CS Baiju ORIGINAL ARTICLE: Comparative Evaluation Of Subgingivally Delivered Xanthan-Based Chlorhexidine Gel And Herbal Extracts- Journal Of Indian Society Of Periodontology, Year 2014, Volume 18, Issue 2 P. 172-177.

6- Annapurna Ahuja, Baiju C S, VipinAhuja REVIEW ARTICLE: Role Of Antibiotics In Generalized Aggressive Periodontitis: A Review Of Clinical Trials In Hum Ans -Journal Of Indian Society Of Periodontology, Year 2012, Volume 16, Issue 3, P. 317-323.

7- Baiju C S Salivary Biomarkers: A Periodontal Overview. JOHCD 2012;6(1)20-25.

8-- Khashu H. Yadav J. Baiju C S. Fused Root Stump Mimicking Cemental Growth/Cementicle: A Case Report. Journal OfInterdisciplinary Dentistry; Jan-Apr 2012; Vol-2; Issue 1.

9 -Baiju C S. De Silva N.PeriapicalAbscess –Mimicking Intraosseous Carcinoma Of The Mandible Due To A Computed Radiography Artifact- JIDA 2011,Vol5, No-7, 831-832.

10- Baiju C S. Rohtagi S. Peripheral Odontogenic Fibroma: A Case Report & Review, Journal Of Indian Society Of Periodontology 2011 ;Vol-15, Issue-3; 273-275

11- Baiju C S, Khashu-Comparative Clinical Evaluation Of Gingival Depigmentation Using Scalpel And Diode Laser :Case Series; SOLAZE – JOURNAL OF LASER DENTISTRY Vol5 Issue 1 April, 2011

12- Baiju C S ,Dramitgarg .Biologic Width Occult Entity With Overt Consequences; ManipalOdontoscope, Vol3 (1), 2011.

13- Baiju C S. Khashu H. Garg A. Smile Design – Periodontal Outlook Of Basics. JOHCD 2010 ;4(Spl): 1-3

14- Baiju C S..Manchanda S. ChairsideTherapeutic Aids InPeriodontics. Heal Talk 2010; 3(2):41-42

15- Rajangupta, C S Baiju .Evaluation Of Subgingival Temp. As A Clinical Marker In Periodontics ;Journal Of Indian Society Of Periodontology 2005 , VOL. 9, ISSUE 2 , 70-77.

DR. Sumidha Bansal

1.RohatgiSumidha,S.CNarula, Rajndersharma, ShikhatewariPankajbansal. Clinical evaluation of correction of pathologic migration with periodontal therapy. Quintessence Int 2011;42:e22-e30

2. SumidhaRohatgi, SC Narula, RK Sharma, S Tewari, P Bansal A study on clinical attachment loss and gingival inflammation as etiologic factors in pathologic tooth migration . Nigerian Journal of Clinical Practice Oct-Dec 2011 2011; 14(4):449-53.

3. Baiju CS, Bansalsumidha. Peripheral odontogenicfibroma : a case report and review . J Indian SocPerio 2011 Jul-Sep; 15(3): 273–275

4.Pankaj Bansal, SumidhaRohatgi, ArchanaAgnihotri, Ashish Gupta Non-syndromic multiple impacted supernumerary teeth with peripheral giant cell granuloma. ContempClin Dent. 2011 Jan-Mar; 2(1): 41–44

5. Pankajbansal, Sumidharohatgi, Navneetsheokhand. Skillful management of exodontia complication to prevent dreadful sequelae: J ClinExp Dent 2010;2(4):e1-3

6. Pankajbansal, Virendersingh, S.C Anand, Sumidhabansal. Role of anterior mandibular bodyostectomy in mandibular deformities. National J Maxillofacial Surg.

7. SumidhaBansal, PankajBansal, Amit Gupta. Generalized severe short rootanomaly: A diagnostic dilemma. Indian J Oral Sci 2015;6(3):88-92.

8. TV Narayan, SumidhaBansal, PankajBansal, Sarita Narayan. Dynamics of bone graft healing around dentalimplants. J IntClin Dent Res Org.In press.

9.Salivary biomarkers: A periodontal overview. HimanshuKhashu, C.S Baiju, SumidhaBansal, AmitChilar. J oral health and community dent 2012;6(1)28-33.

10.Apoorva Gupta, C.S Baiju, SumidhaBansal, IshaBhardwaj, NidhiMundeja. Alendronate in periodontics : Where are we . Int J Dent Health Sci 2014;1(4) 540-51

11. Sumidharohatgi, Pankajbansal. A multidisciplinary approach to manage a multirooted tooth with questionable prognosis via tooth resection ; a case report and discussion. Healtalk 2010;2( 4): 9-12

12.Sumidharohatgi,S.CNarula, Rajndersharma, ShikhatewariPankajbansal. Spontaneous correction of pathologic migration with periodontal therapy : few case reports. Healtalk 2010; 3(1):31-32

13. ArchnaAgnihotri, Nikhil Marwah, Pankajbansal, Sumidharohatgi. Non-syndromicoligo-hyperdontia; a rare case report. Indian J Dent Edu 2008;2(4):71-3.

14. PassiSidhi, Pandit K, Vidhi Mehta, PankajBansal; Sumidhabansal.Papillonlefevre Syndrome: A case report. Indian J Dent Edu 2009;2(1)39-41.

15.Pankajbansal, Sumidhabansal. Jaypee brothers. ‘Crack it now’. Clinical mcqs with explanation in dental sciences. 2008

Dr. Sunny Mavi

Email Id: snnymavi@gmail.com

EDUCATIONAL PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND- BDS, MDS (Periodontics and Implantology)

RESEARCH INTERESTS - PERIODONTAL MEDICINE AND PERIODONTAL SURGERIES

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS- LIFE MEMBER OF ISP

AWARDS

• First prize in presentation on Esthetic Dentistryin CDE programmeon EstheticDentistry in 2012.

• Second prize in Poster presentation in International conference of Dental Specialties in 2014.

PUBLICATIONS

1. Mavi S, Kalra S. Coronally Repositioned Semilunar Flap for Root Coverage: A Case Report. South East Asian J Clin Res 2015;1(1):42-46.

2.Ahuja A, Mavi S, Kalra S, Gakhar A. Platelet-Rich Fibrin a Second Generation Autologous Platelet Concentrate for the Treatment of Inadequate Width of Attached Gingiva. IJSS Case Reports & Reviews 2015;1(10):53-56

3.Arora SA, Mavi S, Kalra S, Gakhar A, Ahuja A. Root Coverage : A Case Series On Treatment Of Gingival Recession University J Dent Scie 2015;1(2):55-59.

4.Arora SA, Kalra S, Mavi S, Gakhar A. Laser Assisted Periodontal Therapy: A Case Series.IJSS Case Reports & Reviews 2015;1(10):57-6

5.Chhina S, Gakhar A, Mavi S, Kalra S. Peripheral Ossifying Fibroma: A Case Report & Review of Literature. IJSS Case Reports & Reviews 2015;1(10):61-64.

6.Arora SA, Kalra S, Mavi S, Gakhar A, Chhina S, Ahuja A. Periodontal Purview In the Management of Impacted Teeth: A Case Series. Dent J Adv Studies 2015;3(1):47-52.

7.Sangwan N, Baiju CS, Bansal S, Gupta G, Mavi S. Comparative Evaluation of Effect of Locally Delivered Aloe Vera Gel With Turmeric Gel As An Adjunct To Scaling And Root Planing in The Treatment of Chronic Periodontitis: A Clinical Study. iosr 2017;16(8),78-83.

Dr. KARUNA JOSHI

Dr. Gunjan Gupta

Email Id : drgunjangupta22@gmail.com

BIOGRAPHY

EDUCATIONAL PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND- BDS (IDST 2009), MDS (Periodontics and Implantology) (SRCDSR 2012)

RESEARCH INTERESTS - PERIODONTAL MEDICINE AND NEWER TECHNIQUES IN PERIODONTAL SURGERIES
PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS- LIFE MEMBER OF ISP , EXECUTIVE MEMBER OF IDA
AWARDS- WON SECOND PRIZE IN PAPER PRESENTATION ON THE TOPIC BIOLOGIC WIDTH IN THE YEAR 2010
WON THIRD PRIZE IN PAPER PRESENTATION ON THE TOPIC ROOT COVERAGE IN YEAR 2012 IN THE FAMDENT CONFERENCE

PUBLICATIONS INTERNATIONAL : (

1- Periodontal Vaccine- A Boon In Periodontics- International Organization of Scientific Research Journal of Dental & Medical Sciences, Vol.13, Issue 4, April 2014
2- Crown Lengthening Procedures- A review Article- International Organization of Scientific Research Journal of Dental & Medical Sciences, Vol. 14, Issue 4, April 2015
3- Maxillary Bilateral supernumerary premolars in an 18 year old Adult : A case report. IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences, Volume 15, Issue 7 Ver. IX (July 2016), PP 24-25
4- Comparative evaluation of effect of locally delivered aloe vera gel with turmeric gel as an adjunct to scaling and root planning in the treatment of chronic periodontitis : A clinical stydy. IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences. Vol 16, Issue 8, ver 11, aug 2017