Dr.Sowjanya Kancha has completed her masters in Periodontics from Bapuji Dental College and Hospital, affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences (Recognized by Dental Council of India) in April 2008.
After completion of the post graduation Dr. Sowjanya went on to acquire higher skills in implantology while serving as a consultant Periodontist for various successful Dental hospitals in the city. She is a fellow in International Congress Of Oral Implantology (U.S.A), reader at SVS institute of dental sciences Mahaboobnagar and also a mentor for M.Phil hospital and health systems management, Birla institute of technology & sciences, Pilani.
Dr. Sowjanya Kancha started Sowjanya Dental hospitals in order to incorporate the latest dental technologies into the most relaxing environment possible while providing quality dental service. She is currently, Managing partner and Chief consultant of Sowjanya Dental Hospitals.
social activities : Dr. sowjanya is a trustee for KL charitable trust . She is actively involved in organizational activities and has conducted free dental oral screening ,free medical camps, blood donation camps , has distributed free note books , supplied free medicines and basic amenities in flood relief camps to the people in need.
Can periodontal disease lead to pre-term low birth weight babies? ( An epidemiological study)
The acid and alkaline phosphatase activity in Streptozotocin induced Diabetes mellitus and experimental Periodontitis in rats.
Is there an association between periodontal disease and preterm low birth weight? a case control study( assessment of il- 1β levels using ELISA kit)
Effect of Ibuprofen on leukocyte count: an experimental study in rats.
Comparative evaluation of histological changes seen in buccal mucosa of the rats injected with chlorhexidine and hydrogen peroxide.
“The effect of Streptozotocin induced Diabetes mellitus and Insulin therapy on alveolar bone loss in rats” – an experimental study
» “Stem cells- a breakthrough to the origin” – 30th National Conference of ISP, Chennai, 2005 (5th – 7nd November 2005)
» Can periodontal disease lead to pre-term low birth weight babies? The 5th ISP Post Graduate Workshop – Coorg ( 5th & 6th May 2006)
» The acid and alkaline phosphatase activity in Streptozotocin induced Diabetes mellitus and experimental Periodontitis in rats? .The 6th ISP Post Graduate Workshop – Trivandrum ( 14th & 15th July 2007)
» Is there an association between periodontal disease and preterm low birth weight? A case control study. Bangalore Academy of Periodontology (BAP), Bangalore(27th October 2007
1. Future impact of nanotechnology on medicine and dentistry.
M.B.Patil, D.S.Mehta, G Sowjanya.
Journal of Indian Society of Periodontology – Vol 12 issue 2May-Aug-2008.
2. IMPLANT AND OTHER PROSTHESIS RELATED MICROFLORA CHANGES – AN UPDATE
Sowjanya Guvva ,Naveen Kokkula ,Roopali Tapashetti
Annals and Essences of Dentistry-Vol. V Issue 1 Jan – Mar 2013
3. Abnormal Odontogenesis following Management of Childhood Cancer (Retinoblastoma): Review and a New Variant.
Karthik Venkataraghavan, Shankargouda Patil, Sowjanya Guvva, Sandhya Karthik, Shilpa Bhandi
J Contemp Dent Pract 2013;14(2):00-00.
4. Potential Effect of Neutrophil Functional Disorders on Pathogenesis of Aggressive Periodontitis
Tapashetti Roopali , Sumit Sharma, Sudhir R Patil, Sowjanya Guvva
» Won first prize in the essay competition on the topic “Evidence Based Periodontal Therapy” – At the 31st I.S.P. National Conference held in Pune (8-10 December 2006)