Biography-Dr.Sachin Agarwal has received his dental and postgraduate qualification in orthodontics at Manipal University. To further his understanding of orthodontics, he went to University of Connecticut (UConn), School of Dental Medicine, USA to undertake advanced dual degree (Certificate in Orthodontics and Masters
of Dental Science), where he was guided and nurtured by the world-renowned gurus of orthodontics professor Charles J Burstone and professor Ravindra Nanda. In 2015, he was offered a teaching position as Senior Lecturer, Melbourne Dental School at the University of Melbourne. Since then, he has been engaged in teaching
the next generation of orthodontists in Melbourne and practicing as a registered specialist orthodontist. He feels proud and honored to be in the orthodontic profession, as it has placed him in a position to positively influence every individual he comes across, be at practice, or at the university. When not in
his office, he likes to spend time with his beautiful wife and son
- Australian Dental Association (Victoria).
- Australian Society of Orthodontists
- World Federation of Orthodontists (USA).
- American Society of Orthodontists (USA).
- Bachelor of Dental Surgery
- Master of Dental Surgery (orthodontics)
- Fellowship in orthodontics from the University of Connecticut (USA)
- M.Dent.Sc from the University of Connecticut (USA)
- Cert Ortho from the University of Connecticut (USA)
- Which orthodontic appliance is best for oral hygiene? A randomized clinical trial. (American Journal of Orthodontics).
- Bidimensional dentoalveolar distraction osteogenesis for treatment efficiency. (American journal of orthodontics)
- Force System with Vertical V-Bends: A 3D In Vitro Assessment of Elastic and Rigid Rectangular Archwires: Published in the (journal of visual experiment).
- Correction of bilateral impacted mandibular canines with a lip bumper for anchorage reinforcement. (American Journal of Orthodontics).
- Mandibular Arch Retraction with Retromolar Skeletal Anchorage in a Class III Open-Bite Patient. (American Journal of Orthodontics).
- Efficient biomechanical approach for the management of an impacted maxillary central incisor. (American Orthodontic Journal).
- Force system generated by elastic archwires with vertical V bends: a three-dimensional analysis:A 3D study of vertical V bends published in the (European Journal of Orthodontics.)
- Interdisciplinary treatment of a periodontally compromised adult patient with multiple missing posterior teeth. (American journal of orthodontics).
- Increasing orthodontic and orthognathic surgery treatment efficiency with a modified surgery-first approach: The case report discusses the surgery first approach in eligible orthoganic jaw surgery patients. Published in the( American Journal of Orthodontics).
Published Book on Complex Orthodontics
- Atlas of complex orthodontics: Editor, Special contributor Dr Sachin Agarwal.(https://evolve.elsevier.com/cs/product/9780323087100?role=student)
Research and Grants
- Orthodontic Biomechanics Coursework funded by the Australian Society of Orthodontist Foundation for Research and Education.
- The difference in the Oral Microbiota of Patients being treated with Clear Aligners and Brackets: A Randomized Clinical Trial funded by the Australian Society of Orthodontist Foundation for Research and Education (https://www.anzctr.org.au/Trial/Registration/TrialReview.aspx?id=371638).
- 2/3 Bracket Archwire geometries in 3 Dimensions funded by Australian Society of Orthodontist Foundation for Research and Education.]
- To understand the forces and moments produced by orthodontic wires and braces on the teeth (Orthodontic Biomechanics).
- Are the newer aesthetic orthodontic appliances any better than the conventional braces (Invisalign/Lingual Braces vs Conventional braces)?
- What happens to the bone around the teeth if we push teeth out too much?
- How to prevent decay around braces.
- Newer methods of Orthodontic – Orthognathic Surgery Planning: Surgery First approach.
Giving Back to the Orthodontic Community
As a part of our social and professional responsibility to give back to society, Dr. Sachin conducts the Orthodontic Biomechanics course every year, where he presents about Orthodontic Biomechanics (understanding of force applied on to teeth and how they move within the bone). The course is open to orthodontic postgraduate students and practicing orthodontists; money raised goes to the Orthodontic Department, the University of Melbourne to enhance the teaching facilities for undergraduate and postgraduate students (https://www.aso.org.au/events/orthodontic-biomechanics-course). Dr. Sachin also supports Give A Smile program, a public health initiative established by the Australian Society of orthodontist (https://www.aso.org.au/give-smile).
Bespoke Orthodontic treatment outcomes, Evidence based approach backed by decades of continued study and published research work. Trained and mentored by late Professor Charles J Burtstone and Professor Ravi nanda (Global Authority in orthodontics).Following the gold standards in orthodontic biomechanics.
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