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No Tobacco Day” (31st May)

On the occasion of “No Tobacco Day” (31st May), the Department of Periodontics & Community Dentistry, Dr. Z.A. Dental College, AMU, Aligarh organized various programs to create awareness on multiple ways of exposure to tobacco and its ill effects on the health of people worldwide.
The Dept organized a No tobacco rally which was flagged off by Honorable Dean faculty of Medicine Prof (Dr.) Rakesh Bhargava at 8:00 am. The rally started from Dental college with faculty members, students, and supporting staff who railed to the duck point, AMU campus. The rally was led by respected Principal Dr. Z A Dental College Prof (Dr.) R K Tiwari . The strength of the rally was 100, which was organized as an attempt to initiate a tobacco-free AMU campus. The students and Faculty were holding no tobacco banners and pluck cards raising slogans on quitting tobacco and its ill effects. The rally lasted from 8:00 am to 9:00 am when members dispersed.
The department further organized a dental screening and treatment camp at the district jail, Aligarh. The camp was organized for the jail prisoners who were currently residing in the jail. In this camp, awareness was spread regarding the sign and symptoms of oral cancer and the long term deleterious effects of tobacco consumption. The program included Nukkad Natak (skit) focusing on the multiple ways on how exposure to tobacco affects the health of people worldwide. Oral cavity examination was done among the patients. The attending doctors and interns have also educated the importance of oral hygiene and oral care. We diagnosed 247 patients with various oral health-related issues. Among all 27 patients who were provided non-surgical extractions and 18 patients who were given permanent restorations, 3 patients also showed signs and symptoms of oral cancer. Most of the patients diagnosed were suffering from dental caries along with poor oral hygiene. Oral hygiene instructions were given verbally to each patient at the time of diagnosis and the brushing technique was also explained with the help of a model and brush. Oral health education and tobacco counseling were provided to all the patients, through charts, models, and pamphlets.

The program was guided by Dr.R K Tiwari (Professor & Principal ZADC,AMU) under the supervision of Dr. Vivek Kumar Sharma (Proffessor and Chairman), Dr. Neha Agarwal (Professor),Prof. Dr N D Gupta (Professor),Dr Afsha Bey ( Professor),Dr. Pramod Kumar Yadav (Assistant Professor), Dr. Syed Amaan Ali (Assistant Professor) and Dr. Munazza Ansari (JR).
Interns and undergraduates, Sana, Shabaat, Shivani, Lovekush, Hussain,Waqar, Prashant, Chandni, Mansi, Sahla ,Naukheez, Ummul, Parth, Urooj and Sara were actively involved in the successful implementation of the programs.




World No Tobacco Day’ At AMU

By India Education Diary Bureau Admin On May 31, 2022

 Aligarh : The ‘World No Tobacco Day’ was observed at the Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) with campaigns to highlight the ill-effects of tobacco use on people’s health and on the environment.

At the Department of Radiotherapy, Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College (JNMC), patients and their attendants were briefed about the adverse effects of tobacco consumption.

Faculty members and resident doctors explained how smoking and tobacco consumption in other forms cause cancer, heart diseases, strokes, lung diseases, diabetes, and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD).

“Tobacco consumption increases the risk for tuberculosis, certain eye diseases, and problems of the immune system, including rheumatoid arthritis” said Prof Shahid A Siddiqui (Principal, JNMC and Senior Consultant, Radiation Oncology) in a seminar held to observe the day.

He spoke on the increasing burden of diseases related to malignancies which can be prevented through awareness campaigns.

Speaking on this year’s ‘World No Tobacco Day’ theme, ‘Poisoning our Planet’, Prof Mohammad Akram (Chairman, Department of Radiotherapy) also recited his self-composed poem on how tobacco use leads to cancer and death.

Resident doctors presented a skit on adverse effects of tobacco use.

Dr Mohsin extended the vote of thanks.

Similarly at the Department of Periodontics and Community Dentistry, Dr Z A Dental College (ZADC) awareness programmes were held on the harmful effects of tobacco use and how the cessation of smoking and other tobacco consumption habits lead to substantial health benefits.

On the occasion, ‘No Tobacco Rally’ was flagged off by Prof Rakesh Bhargava (Dean, Faculty of Medicine). Prof R K Tewari (Principal, ZADC) led the rally from ZADC to the Duck point off the university with over 100 student and faculty members holding placards on harms of tobacco use.

Students and faculty members of the Dental College also organised a dental screening and treatment camp for prisoners at the District Jail, Aligarh and presented a skit on the deleterious effects of tobacco consumption.

Mr P K Singh (Jailor, District Jail, Aligarh) and his team joined to assist in the dental screening of around 247 prisoners.

Prof Vivek Kumar Sharma (Chairman, Department of Periodontics and Community Dentistry), Prof Neha Agarwal, Prof N D Gupta, Prof Afsha Bey, Dr Pramod Kumar Yadav and Dr Syed Amaan Ali helped conduct the dental screening and awareness programme.




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PUBLICATION OF THE DEPARTMENT

                                  


Department of Periodontics and Community Dentistry

Dr. Z. A. Dental College, AMU, Aligarh

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Name of the faculty

Name of the Research Paper

Year of Publication

Name of the Journal

National/ international

1

Ahad A, Tasneem S, Lamba AK, Khan S

Healing of self-inflicted thermal injury of palatal mucosa by low-level laser therapy

2017

Spec Care Dentist.

I

2

ND Gupta, S Sharma, VK Sharma.

.Probiotic–An emerging therapy in recolonizingperiodontal pocket.

2017

Journal of Oral Biology and Craniofacial Research.

I

3

Pramod Kumar Yadav, Sabyasachi Saha, Sanjay Singh, ND Gupta, Neha Agrawal, Kusum Bharti.

Oral health status and treatment needs of asthmatic children aged 6–12Years in Lucknow.

2017

Journal of Indian Association of Public Health Dentistry

N

4

Neha Agrawal , N. D. Gupta , R. K. Tewari , Amit Kumar Garg , Pramod Yadav.

Knowledge, Attitude And Practice Of Oral Health Care In Pregnant Women In North Indiaa Cross Sectional Survey

2017

University Journal of Dental Science.

N

5

Lata Goyal, N. D. Gupta, Namita Gupta.

Successful management of Idiopathicgingival enlargement associated with generalized aggressive periodontitis: A rarecase report.

2017

International Journal of Periodontology and Implantology,

I

6

N. D. Gupta

Conflict Of Interest: The Game Changer!

2017

University Journal of Dental Science.

N

7

Garg AK, Agrawal N, Tewari RK, Mishra SK.

Esthetic recovery of permanent Mandibular Lateral Incisor using biological post after non-surgical healing of Periradicular Lesion: A Case Report.

2017

J Oral Health Craniofac Sci.

I

8

Neha Agrawal, Narinder Dev Gupta, R. K. Tewari, Amit Kumar Garg, Pramod Yadav.

Patients’ perception about dental implant and bone graft surgery: questionare based- survey

2017

Journal of Indian Association of Public Health Dentistry

N

9

Neha Agrawal,

Agrawal “Advancing Oral Health in Pregnant Females”.

2017

Acta Scientific Dental Sciences

I

10

Goyal L, Goyal T, Gupta ND.

Osteoporosis and Periodontitis in Postmenopausal Women: A Systematic Review.

2017

J Midlife Health.

N

11

Bansal NGupta NDBey ASharma VKGupta NTrivedi H,

,  Impact of nonsurgical periodontal therapy on total antioxidant capacity in chronic periodontitis patients.

2017

Journal of Indian society of Periodontology.

N

12

Namita Gupta, Lata Goyal, N.D. Gupta.

Periodontal Management of PhenytoinInduced Gingival Enlargement: A Case Report.

2017

Journal of Dental Health, Oral Disorders & Therapy

I

13

Afaf Zia, Narinder Gupta, Afshan Bey, Asad U Khan, Saif Khan, Syed Mukhtar UnNisar Andarbi, Rosina Khan, Mohd Adil.

The effect of systemic doxycycline and mechanical therapy on GCF B-Glucuronidase levels in chronic periodontitis patients.

2017

Journal of Dentistry Indonesia

I

14

A. Zia, ND. Gupta, A. Bey, AU Khan, S Khan, SMUN Andrabi, R Khan, M Adil.

The effectof systemic doxycycline and mechanical therapy on GCF B Glucuronidase levels in chronic periodontitis patients.

2017

J. Dentistry Indonesia

I

15

A. Zia, ND. Gupta, A. Bey, AU Khan, S Khan, SMUN Andrabi, R Khan, M Adil.

The effectof systemic doxycycline and mechanical therapy on GCF B Glucuronidase levels in chronic periodontitis patients.

2017

J. Dentistry Indonesia

I

16

M Kirmani, A Zia, A Ahad, A Bey

Bey Hard and soft tissue augmentation around dental implant using ridge split and connective tissue graft for aesthetic rehabilitation of atrophic anterior maxilla

2018

Journal of Indian Society of Periodontology

N

17

Neha

Agrawal

Oral Health Promotion in Preschool Children

2018

”. Acta Scientific Dental Sciences

I

18

A Bey, A Zia, S Khan

Effect of fluoxetine and venlafaxine on gingival inflammation in depressed patients - a case control study

2018

University J Dent Scie

N

19

A Bey, M Kirmani, A Zia, S S Ahmed

Inter-relationship of calcium, Vitamin D, and fluoride in periodontal health: An overview

2018

Pacific Journal of HealthSciences

I

20

Shweta SharmaRajat SharmaAbdul AhadNarinder Dev GuptaSurendra Kumar Mishra.

Hemisection as a conservative management of grossly carious permanent mandibular first molar.

2018

Journal of Natural Science, Biology and Medicine

N

21

Sandhya Maheshwari, N.D. Gupta, Shraddha Rathi, Aditi Gaur.

Preprosthetic Orthodontics in an Adult with Multiple Anterior Edentulous Spaces and Loss of Vertical Dimension.

2018

Journal of Clinical Orthodontics

I

22

Lata Goyal, Narender Dev Gupta, Namita Gupta, Kirti Chawla.

Free Gingival Graft as a Single Step Procedure for Treatment of Mandibular Miller Class I and II Recession Defects.

2018

World Journal of plastic surgery

I

23

Jaiti Uppal, ND Gupta and Himanshu Trivedi

.Peripheral Cemento-Ossifying Fibroma in an Adolescent: A Case Report.

2018

Mod Res Dent.

?

24

N. D. Gupta.

.Plagiarism: Get Rid Of It!

2018

University Journal of Dental Science

N

25

Lata Goyal, Narinder Dev Gupta, Namita Gupta

Grinspan syndrome with periodontitis: Coincidence or correlation?

2018

Journal of Indian society of Periodontology

N

26

N. D. Gupta, Himanshu Trivadi.

Training into psychological counselling should be an integral part of dental academic curriculum.

2018

International Journal of Periodontology and Implantology 

I

27

Sharma S, Ahad A, Gupta ND, Sharma VK.

Primary gingival tuberculosis in pregnancy: A   rare combination.

2018

J Indian Soc Periodontol

N

28

Rubia Siddiqui, Syed Sayeed Ahmed , Ghulam Sarwar Hashmi , Afshan Bey

A Comparative Study on Evaluation of the Effect of Different Intraoral Incisions on Postoperative Outcome in the Management of Mandibular Fractures using Rigid Internal Fixation

2019

Sch J Dent Sci,

I

29

A.Aleem,Farah Zaidi,Afshan Bey,N.D.Gupta,Zohaib Roshan,Rukhsar

:Increased work load   in Interns of Govt. Dental Hospital

2019

IOSR-JDMS

I

30

A.Aleem,Farah Danish Suhail,Afshan Bey,N.D.Gupta,Khushter A Salam, Zohaib Roshan,


2019

IOSR-JDMS

I

31

Goyal, Lata, N. D. Gupta,

“Free Gingival Graft as a Single Step Procedure for Treatment of Mandibular Miller Class I and II Recession Defects.”

2019

World journal of plastic surgery

I


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