Journal of Indian Society of Periodontology
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March-April 2019  | Vol 23 | Issue 2
 
 
 
 
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Journal of Indian Society of Periodontology
Editorial
Clinical Good Practice Guidelines (CGPR): A step in right direction...
Ashish Kumar
The burden of periodontal disease in our country is huge. Maximum number of periodontal patients are examined and diagnosed by the general dentists. We, as periodontists, have to rely up...
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President’s Message
“Erevna” – Research, the lifeline of the present scientific era
Anil Melath
Periodontology is a continuously evolving field. The concept of evidence based practice has been accepted on a large scale for the same reason. Consequently, research in our field, or an...
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Secretary’s Message
Awards and rewards: Igniting talents in scientific, academic and clinical frontiers
Abhay Kolte
With the changing times we as a speciality society are also changing and growing in numbers. The society has now blossomed into a young vibrant society where a lot of members are taking ...
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Review Article
Efficacy of free gingival graft in the treatment of Miller Class I and Class II localized gingival recessions: A systematic review
Sukhada Dileep Deo, Sharath Kumara Shetty, Anita Kulloli, Ruchira Chavan, Poonam Dholakia, Shruti Ligade, Gopalakrishnan Dharmarajan
Background: Currently, the leading theme in mucogingival surgery is the correction of gingival recession defects. Free gingival graft (FGG) has been successfully in use in this category of re...
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