Sanjeev Jakati

Sanjeev Jakati
Consultant · Orthodontist

MDS orthodontics
Consultant orthodontist and dentofacial orthopedic

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Additional affiliations
October 2020 - present
yogita dental college
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
March 2019 - September 2020
Lenora Institute of Dental Sciences
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
March 2015 - February 2019
Swargiya Dadasaheb Kalmegh Smruti Dental College and Hospital
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Education
June 2003 - September 2009

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Publications (35)
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Context: Conventional cephalometric analysis play primary role in evaluation of skeletal discrepancy by using a method that numerical value compared with pre- established norm of other ethnic origin derived from so called preselected “normal” samples. Need of centrographic analysis which is non-numerical facial approach to evaluate facial form of i...
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AIM AND OBECTIVE: To evaluate location of mandibular canal on panoramic radiograph in relation to apices of permanent mandibular molars and base of mandible in correlation with Angle's class I, II and III malocclusion. MATERIALS AND METHODOLOGY: A total of 1000 panoramic radiographs as well as cephalometric radiographs of last 5 years were retrieve...
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Aims & Objectives: To evaluate frictional resistance of Conventional, Teflon, and Epoxy coated stainless steel arch wires in Ceramic brackets and Self-ligating brackets. Materials and Methods: The wires are cut into 5cm long and are ligated to bracket using 0.010- inch ligature wire. Acrylic block is placed in lower arm of InstronTM universal testi...
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Humans have developed a highly specialized defense mechanism system due to continuous stimulation by foreign material from the environment. Immunoglobulins are unique structures in the body which is synthesized by plasma cells and, to some extent, by lymphocytes. They have a significant role in recognizing and protecting the body against foreign ma...
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Aim and Objectives: To evaluate the frictional resistance of Conventional, Teflon, and Epoxy coated stainless steel archwires in Metal, Ceramic brackets. Materials and Methods: 0.019" x 0.025" Stainless steel arch wire. (G & H TM)-30n, 0.019" x 0.025" Teflon coated stainless steel archwire. (D-Tech TM)-30n, 0.019" x 0.025" Epoxy coated stainless st...
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Background: Debonding is a common occurrence in orthodontic clinic and a considerable number of orthodontists prefer to rebond the debonded brackets because of economic issues. The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of a new method of in-office bracket reconditioning on shear bond strength (SBS) of stainless steel brackets. Methodology :...
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Extraction of teeth might not be accepted by each and every patient when indicated. Visibility of extraction spaces throughout the treatment could be discouraging to the patients and parents. Other methods for space gaining like expansion, distalization, proclination of teeth etc might not be ideal for most of the cases. They require special arch f...
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Background: Nonsurgical periodontal therapy is considered to be the gold standard treatment for periodontal diseases. Scaling and root planing, although eliminates the local factors, however are ineffective in completely eliminating the subgingival periodontal pathogens. Hence, instead of using antibiotics for such use, an effective means of eradic...
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Maxillary midline diastema is a common aesthetic problem in mixed and early permanent dentitions. The space can occur either as a transient malocclusion or created by developmental, pathological or iatrogenic factors. Many innovative therapies varying from restorative procedures such as composite build-up to surgery (frenectomies) and orthodontics...
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Various surgical treatment approaches including mechanical debridement alone and also with combination of using different grafting materials (bone grafts, biomaterials like platelet-rich fibrin, rh-BMP-2 etc) is well known and have proven success in eliminating and regenerating the lost periodontal tissues around natural teeth. Surgical approach in...
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Once comprehensive diagnosis and treatment planning have set the stage for initiating treatment procedures. Bonding of orthodontic brackets ,appliance design and systems have to be developed to achieve treatment goals. Orthodontic Bracket bonding procedure has come to stay. However,when bonding orthodontic brackets, the bond strength should be suff...
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Orthodontists need a variety of devices, made from a large array of materials, which, insofar as possible, must be harmless. This obvious demand also is probably the most difficult to meet. According to Paracelsus, the sixteenth century alchemist and physician, "All substances are poisons. There is none which is not a poison. The right dose differe...
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Context: Bowen developed Bis-GMA monomer in an attempt to improve physical properties of acrylic resins. Urge for change in properties and filler size has led to development of a new composite resin characterized by nano particles. Improvements in composite resin were accomplished by altering filler levels which helped in reducing polymerization sh...
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Context White spot lesions form within 4 weeks of bracket placement and 96% patients show its prevalence during fixed treatment. Less than optimal esthetic result is achieved after orthodontic treatment due to demineralization of enamel adjacent to fixed orthodontic appliances in patients with inadequate oral hygiene. Aims An invitro evaluation of...
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Over the last couple of decades, several types of brackets have evolved with different built-in features prescribed by Andrews, Roth, Burstone, Ricketts, Alexander, Bennet and McLaughlin. Brackets were also introduced in different materials like Stainless Steel, Chromium Cobalt, Titanium, Ceramic, and Ceramic with metal slots and Polycarbonate. The...
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Context: There are various regions in India that have high levels of fluoride in drinking water sources. Many people residing in such places suffer from dental fluorosis (DF). Aims: To evaluate the etiology for the wide spread prevalence of DF in children residing in Waghdhara village in vidharbha region of Maharashtra and also to find any correlat...
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Context: A condition that has a stronger link to malocclusion is a forward resting posture of tongue. Correction of tongue function or posture facilitates correction of the lisp, or interdentalization of the /t/, /d/, /n/, and /l/ phonemes. A diagnosis is needed, that distinguishes learned behaviour from obligatory function due to physical deviatio...
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Introduction: An institute’s quality improvement activities involve patients, staff and stake holders by translating feedbacks into real improvements; aiming “maximum benefit to the patients”. The presented study has been carried out as a step towards service improvement and is expected to explain in a simplified way; specific patient related crite...
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In order to preserve the integrity of the dental arch, repositioning of the displaced lateral incisors to their normal position next to the central incisors should be considered. The conventional method for aligning ectopic lateral incisor is to tie the ectopic teeth with the help of a ligature wire to the initial aligning round-NiTi wire, which is...
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Adult patients are realizing that practical, realistic options now exist to “straighten” their teeth because the cosmetic dentistry revolution has begun to include even “adult short-term cosmetic orthodontics” as an integral part. Previously, the patients were bound to select between either the aesthetic benefits of ceramic or the bondability chara...
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Context: Malocclusion is not a disease in itself but a variation in the arrangement of teeth, morphology of jaws, face and cranium. Awareness is the state or ability to perceive, to feel or to be conscious. Awareness forms the basis for planning oral health which is an inseparable part of general health. Aims & Objectives: - To assess the awareness...
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Context: With the increasing awareness of aesthetics among the general population more children seek orthodontic correction of their malocclusion. If malocclusion is identified early, simple preventive & interceptive measure alone can alleviate a developing malocclusion. Aims: To assess the prevalence of malocclusion in primary dentition as an indi...
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Introduction: During Canine retraction and space consolidation, biologic tissue response and tooth movement occur only when applied forces adequately overcome the friction at bracket-wire interface. Today, many clinicians prefer to use wires of alloys such as Stainless steel, Nickeltitanium, or Beta-titanium during different phases of treatment. To...
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Objective: To determine effect of Reminder Text Message on number of missed appointments and Patient’s self reported level of Pain after placement of rubber separators. Materials and Methods: 100 patients were randomly divided into two groups of 50 each: Text Message group and Control Group. Reminder text messages were sent to text message group be...
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Introduction: Digital technology has made significant changes in orthodontics. Digital photography and radiographs are rapidly replacing traditional methods. The progression to a completely ‘‘paperless office’’ has incorporated use of digital models & have eliminated need for storage space and have made retrieval and transfer of models easier. Dent...
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Intra osseous malformations other than neoplasm’s are mostly originating from the calcifying tissues or due to any dental anomalies which are asymptomatic. Intra osseous malformations can be screened on routine intraoral radiography or extra oral orthopantomogram as radio-opaque calcified masses. These calcified deposits sometimes are well defined...
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After orthodontic treatment, certain cases have a high potential of relapse. These cases invariably require fixed retainers for an extended duration of time. Most of these cases require bonding of retainer after the accidental breakage of direct bonded lingual retainer, replacing it becomes difficult but it still is an absolute must. Hence an easy,...
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Aims and objectives: To use antibacterial agents with two conventional bonding systems and evaluate the shear bond strength (SBS) of bracket to enamel. Materials and methods: Overall, 120 human-extracted first premolars were used. The specimens were equally divided into six sub-groups of 20 samples. Control groups were bonded with Transbond XT™...
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Background: It is necessary to 'try in' several bands before the correct one is selected. A possible concern with re-using such bands is the lack of cross-infection control. Aim and Objectives: To determine whether such bands could be successfully decontaminated with Glass bead sterilization so that they could be re-used without a cross-infection r...

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