Dr Siddarth Shetty

Professor

Department of Orthodontics

CURRENT ACADEMIC ROLE & RESPONSIBILITIES

    Dr. Shetty has a dual role as an Administrator and Teacher

    • He oversees the functioning of the department.
    • He also supervises the PG course which includes the daily academic program PG clinical work, thesis and other research work.

 

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

Degree Specialisation Institute Year of passing
MDS Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopaedics Manipal College of Dental Sciences, Mangalore 2002
BDS (Bachelor of Dental Surgery) Yenepoya Dental College, Mangalore 2000

Experience

Institution / Organisation Designation Role Tenure
Department of Orthodontics, MCODS Mangalore Head 01 March, 2011
Department of Orthodontics, MCODS Mangalore Professor 22 January, 2011
Department of Orthodontics, MCODS Mangalore Associate Professor 01 January, 2009- 21 December 2011
Department of Orthodontics, MCODS Mangalore Reader 01 January, 2006- 31 December, 2008
Department of Orthodontics, MCODS Mangalore Assistant Professor 01 January, 2003- 31 December, 2005

Comparison of effects of preoperative piroxicam and ibuprofen on pain after separator placement: a randomized controlled trial

S Shetty N Shenoy KA Shenoy B Unnikrishnan S Mogra

Efficacy of Chlorhexidine Varnish In Patients Undergoing Multibracketfixed Orthodontic Treatment: A Controlled Clinical Study

A Sehgal S Shetty N P Jose

Comparative Assessment of three Microimplant Assisted Biomechanical Strategies for the Simultaneous Intrusion and Retraction of Anterior Teeth in Relation to Alveolar Bone

A Bariar S Shetty A L Desai

Comparative Assessment of three Microimplant Assisted Biomechanical Strategies for the Simultaneous Intrusion and Retraction of Anterior Teeth in Relation to Alveolar Bone

AREAS OF INTEREST, EXPERTISE AND RESEARCH

Area of Interest

Fixed Orthodontics, Lingual Orthodontics, and Temporary Anchorage Devices, Periodontally Accelerated Osteogenic Orthodontics, Perio-Ortho Interrelationships, Combined Orthodontic And Orthognathic Treatment.

Area of Expertise

Diagnosis and Treatment Planning and Fixed Orthodontic Treatment

Area of Research

TADS, Accelerated Tooth Movement

Professional Affiliations & Contributions

  • Member of Indian Orthodontic Society, since 2003.
  • Member of Mangalore Orthodontic Study Group, since 2006.
  • Member of Rotary Club of Mangalore, since 2013
  • Life Member of IDA D.K Branch

The effect of the short term administration of a bisphosphonate upon orthodontic relapse

2006-01-01 Siddarth Shetty Surendra Shetty Subraya Morga

2006, Journal of Indian Orthodontic Society, vol 39 No. 4, Pg 198 -203. An animal study in which the administration of systemic bisphosphonates on the relapse of previously done tooth movements in rabbits was assessed.

Comparison of effects of preoperative piroxicam and ibuprofen on pain after separator placement: a randomized controlled trial

Siddarth Shetty N Shenoy K A Shenoy B Unnikrishnan S Mogra

2013, 1 (2), 57, Journal of Orthodontic Research

Efficacy of Chlorhexidine Varnish In Patients Undergoing Multibracket fixed Orthodontic Treatment: A Controlled Clinical Study

Siddarth Shetty S Shetty A Sehgal N P Jose

2018, 11 (2), 945-950, Biomedical and Pharmacology Journal.

The Effect of Anterior teeth Retraction on lip Position with change in lip strain in Orthodontically Treated adult Indian Population-A Cephalometric Study-A Cephalometric Study

Siddarth Shetty S Shetty S Gupta S Kumar S Mogra

2008, 42 (3), 13-20, Journal of Indian Orthodontic Society

The effect of the short term administration of a Bisphosphonate upon dental relapse

Siddarth Shetty S Mogra S V Shetty S Shetty

2006, 39 (4), 198-203, Journal of Indian Orthodontic Society.

Determination of optimum adhesive thickness using varying degrees of force application with light-cured adhesive and its effect on the shear bond strength of orthodontic

Siddarth Shetty S Shetty S Mogra V S Shetty N Dhakar M Jain

2013, ORTHODONTICS: The Art & Practice of Dentofacial Enhancement 14

Comparative Assessment of three Microimplant Assisted Biomechanical Strategies for the Simultaneous Intrusion and Retraction of Anterior Teeth in Relation to Alveolar Bone

Siddarth Shetty S Shetty A L Desai A Bariar

2019, 12 (2), 747-757, Biomedical and Pharmacology Journal.

Three-dimensional finite element analysis of strength, stability, and stress distribution in orthodontic anchorage: a conical, self-drilling miniscrew implant system

Siddarth Shetty S Mogra V S Shetty S Shetty P Philip S Singh

2012, American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics 141 (3), 327-336

Transposition- A forensic perspective

January 01, 2014 Subraya Mogra Siddarth Shetty

2014, Medknow.Tooth transposition is a disturbance of tooth eruption and is defined as change in the position of two adjacent teeth within the same quadrant. This review aims to discuss the prevalence and the etiology of transposition through a literature survey and to discuss its importance and implications as pertaining to the field of forensics.

Orthodontic management of Non syndromic multiple super mummery teeth- A case report

January 01, 2013 Dentistry Vijay Singhvi Siddarth Shetty

2013, Medknow. Hyperdontia amounts to an odontostomatologic anomaly wherein there is an increase in tooth number irrespective of the location. This case report represents a form of hyperdontia characterised by bilateral multiple supernumerary teeth in both the jaws without any evident familial history.

Assessment of Anteroposterior and transverse first Premolar extraction changes using palatal rugae and comparative analysis with lateral cephalogram in Angle’s Class I and II patients-A institutional retrospective study

January 01, 2013 Dentistry Subraya Mogra Surendra Shetty Siddarth Shetty

2013, Medknow publishers. Measurements obtained from the study models were comparable to measurements from the lateral cephalogram for and so superimposition of progressive study models can also be used to assess antero posterior tooth movements as with maxillary cephalometric superimpositions, which indeed provides us with a cost effective alternative.

Role of Third molars on the mesiodistal angulation of mandibular canines, premolars and molars

2010-01-01 Anshu Mala Shokeen

2010.Using panoramic radiographs a comparison of tooth angulation was done. It was found that the third molar influenced the angulation of the lower canine. The canine was found to be more mesially angulated in the presence of the third molar.

Head strap double fluid level device: An innovative and user friendly design to record natural head position (NHP)

Lijo John Nidhin Philip Jose Siddarth Shetty

Head positions can be oriented in a standardized position when the patient stands upright and focusses his/her eyes into a point in infinity. This is the natural head position. This position offers the maximum reproducibility and correlates well with the clinical picture offered to the diagnostician. This article describes an innovative and user friendly method to record natural head position using the head strap double fluid level device, a design modified from the popular fluid level device by Showfety, Vig and Matteson

Hand Wrist Radiographs-Are They Really Required As Maturation Indicators????

Garima Gupta Subraya Mogra V Surendra Shetty Siddarth Shetty Sachin Goyal Sakshi Garg

Done to find the suitable alternative for hand wrist radiographs as skeletal maturity indicators to avoid unjustified radiation exposure to patients. Sample consisted of 160 subjects, including 83 males and 77 females. Hand wrist assessment using Bjork, Grave and Brown, cervical vertebrae assessment with Modified Cervical Vertebrae stages was done. Results showed a highly significant correlation between hand wrist stages and cervical vertebrae maturation stages with a very high Spearman's correlation coefficient. Cervical vertebrae assessment proved to be a suitable alternative to hand wrist method for skeletal maturity determination

Validity and Reproducibility of Digital Models Obtained by Cone Beam Computed Tomography Imaging.

Apurva Bariar Fidha Nazeer Nidhin Philip Siddarth Shetty

Done to evaluate the accuracy of three dimensional digital models obtained from Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT). This was an ex-vivo study. Thirty dental models of patients were selected and scanning of these models were done using CBCT. Means and standard deviations of the space analysis measurements were calculated by using both plaster and digital models. The results for all 30 maxillary and mandibular models were similar. There was a statistically significant difference in calculating sum of ten teeth for both maxillary and mandibular teeth between the plaster and dental digital models and in mesio distal measurements between digital and plaster dental models. Conclusion: Digital models provide a more accurate measurement of mesio distal width of tooth.