As an Orthodontist, Dr. Ravindra Nanda is a well-known personality. He has started his career as a house surgeon from the King George Medical College, Lucknow, India. He was formerly working in the University of Connecticut as the Head of the Department of Craniofacial Sciences as well as the Chair of the Division of Orthodontics.
Ravindra Nanda has given 4 decades of his life to this university while nurturing the students to become successful Orthodontists. He has been associated with the University of Connecticut since 1972 and presently, is the professor emirates there. He followed his family’s legacy and turned out to be one of the most successful Orthodontists in Connecticut.
It’s all about passion, and when it comes to the research, Professor Nanda’s enthusiasm and passion, is incredible. With his prior research, he has authored several textbooks and edited over 200 journals.
Recently, Dr. Nanda was invited in various seminars to throw a light on his research regarding Biomechanics in Clinical Orthodontics and TAD to manage the Complex Orthodontic Problems. Some highlights from his seminars:
- One of the seminars which he has recently attended was held at Fortezza da Basso, Florence, Italy, where he discussed regarding the problems in the field of Orthodontics as well as the progress in Orthodontics.
- At the 49th International SIDO Congress, Ravindra Nanda was welcomed as one of the speakers, where he talked about the Temporary Anchorage Devices and their importance as Orthodontic tools. As this tool is used to move teeth easily and quickly.
- At the Italian Orthodontic Meeting SIDO in Florence, Ravindra Nanda officially released his new two-volume textbook, where he was accompanied by Prof. Giampietro Farronato. In this volume, all the chapters show the excellent work performed by the famous Orthodontists.
- A seminar was held at the Grand ORTHO in Kiev, where Ravindra Nanda was invited to share his knowledge regarding Biomechanics in Clinical Orthodontics, as he is known as the Legend in Orthodontics Biomechanics.
Earlier, Dr. Nanda conducted a detailed analysis of the changing dynamics of a smile. The objective of this research was to determine the age-related changes in a smile. The areas included in this research were interlabial gap height, upper lip length, and thickness, maxillary incisal display, smile index.