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2.Oral health status of primitive tribal population of Bhabarana, Udaipur district, Rajasthan. Journal of medical and dental research 2011; 1(1):5-9.
3.Prevalence of tobacco smoking in a group of tobacco professionals in Bengaluru City. Journal of the Indian Association of Public Health Dentistry 2011; 18(2):871-3.
4.Metamorphosis in financial strategy – an untapped potential of health care in India. International Journal of oral care and research 2013; 1(1):51-55.
5.Essential oils as therapeutics. International Journal of oral care and research 2013; 1(1):39-46.
6.Assessment of misconceptions about oral health care and their sources of information among out-patients attending dental college in Bangalore City- A cross-sectional survey. Journal of Indian Association of Public Health Dentistry 2013; 11(4):77-81.
7.Health insurance in India- in a light of fiscal crisis. International journal of preventive and clinical dental research 2014;1(3):72-26
8.Community based health insurance- a testimony of uplifting the health of the poor. International journal of preventive and clinical dental research 2014; 1(3):56-61.
9.Assessing the utilization of dental services by the dental students in a dental institution in Bangalore, India. International Journal of oral care and research 2014;2(3):12-17
10.Assessing the knowledge of fluoride toothpaste by school children, parents, and school teachers in Bangalore, India. International Journal of oral care and research 2014; 2(4):16-20.
11.Measuring accuracy of Kvaals method, Dentin Translucency method & Tooth Cementum Annulation method to estimate age of adults in an institution in Bangalore, India International Conference on Forensic Sciences & Criminalistics Research (FSCR 2014) (24 – 25 November 2014)
12.Assessment of Clinical Anxiety among Third and Fourth Year Dental Students in Bangalore, Karnataka: A Cross Sectional Study. International Journal of Preventive & Clinical Dental Research 2015; 2(6):1-6.
13.Qualitative and Mixed Method Research a Leverage for Positive Health Outcome. International Journal of Preventive & Clinical Dental Research 2015; 2(6):1-5.
14. Knowledge, Attitude and Practices Regarding Cigarettes and Other Tobacco Products Act among Adults in Bangalore City. International journal of tobacco and oral health 2015;1(1):1-4
15.Assessment of knowledge and attitude about basic life support among dental interns and postgraduate students in Bangalore city, India World J Emerg Med 2015; 6(2):118–122.
16.Assessment of microbial contamination and oral health risks associated with handling of Indian currency notes circulating in Bengaluru city: A cross-sectional survey. J Indian Assoc Public Health Dent 2015; 13:337-41.
17.Assessment of awareness about Consumer Protection Act among private dental practitioners in Bangalore City, India- A cross-sectional survey. International Journal of Medical and Oral Research 2017; 2(1):1-8.
18.Use of online sources of information for dental practice among private dental practitioners in Bangalore- A cross-sectional survey. International Journal of Dental Research 2017;5(1):75-82.
19.Assessment of Occupational burnout among private dental practitioners in Bengaluru city- A cross-sectional survey. International Journal of Dental Research 2017; 5(1):55-59.
20.Basic Package of Oral Care: An Insight. International Journal of Oral Health and Medical Research. 2017; 3(6): 152-157.
21.Oral impacts on daily performance in an adult population attending an institution in Bengaluru: The influence of number of missing teeth, and sociodemographic factors. International Journal of Innovative Research and Advanced Studies 2017; 4(11):1-6.
22.Assessment of Oral Health-Related Quality of Life using Oral Health Impact Profile-14 and its influence on Happiness among Patients visiting a Dental Institute in Bangalore City: A Cross-Sectional Study. IJOHMR, Vol: 4(6),10-14,2018
23.Assessment Of Relationship Between Dental Anxiety With Personality Traits Among Medical And Dental Students In An Institute, Bangalore-A Cross Sectional Study
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24.Assessment Of Reasons To Choose Dentistry And The Choice Of Career Among Dental Graduates In A Dental Institution In Bangalore- A Cross Sectional Survey. Oral Health and Dentistry 3.5 (2018): 737-743
25.Assessment of Knowledge, Attitude, and Perception about Biostatistics among Faculty and Postgraduate Students in a Dental Institution, Bengaluru City – A Cross‑Sectional Survey
Journal of Dental Research and Review | Volume 5 | Issue 2 | April-June 2018. 54-58
26.Assessment of the awareness among diabetic patients of their risk for oral disease as complication associated with diabetics. International healthcare research journal 2018; 2(9):217-222.
27.Green tobacco sickness – A brief review. World News of Natural Sciences 24 (2019) 210-215
28.Perception about Career Opportunities in Public Health Dentistry among Post Graduate Students in Bangalore City: A Cross-Sectional Survey. J Oral Hyg Health 6:3:1-4
29.Infection Control Measures and Bio-Medical Waste Management Practices among Private Dental Practitioners in Bengaluru City: A Cross-Sectional Survey. International Journal of Medical Science and Current Research (IJMSCR), 2019, Volume2, Issue 4, Page No: 34-47.
30.Assessment of marketing strategies among private dental practitioners in Bengaluru city: A cross-sectional survey. International Dental Journal of Student Research, October-December, 2019;7(4):92-102
31.Paving The Road To Tobacco Free India-Covered and Uncovered. International Journal of advanced Research. 2019: 74: 635-640
32.Green tobacco sickness – A brief review. World News of Natural Sciences , 24, 210-215
33.Camouflage in research–the Hawthorne effect – International Journal of Development Research, 2019
34.Knowledge and practices regarding antibiotic prescription and resistance among private dental practitioners in Chennai city: A cross-sectional survey. International Journal of Advanced Scientific Research. Volume 5; Issue 2; 2020; Page No. 16-22.
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