The Journal of the Indian Society of Periodontology publishes
original scientific articles to support practice , education and
research in the dental specialty of periodontology and oral
The JISP, Journal of the Indian Society of Periodontology, is the
official publication of the Society and is managed and brought out
by the Editor of the society. The journal is published Bimonthly with special issues being brought out for specific
occasions. The ISP had a bulletin as its publication for a large
number of years and was enhanced as a Journal a few years ago.
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|Indian Society of Periodontology
The Indian Society of Periodontology is a Scientific body
concerned chiefly with the advancement of the art and science of
Periodontology in the Indian subcontinent
- To promote the co-operative efforts of its
members with regard to the advancement of Science and
Practice of Periodontics.
- To convene scientific meetings/seminars at periodic
intervals at convenient places.
- To communicate and publicise the
transactions/proceedings of the above seminars and
individual clinical experiences to the members of this
society and general dental practitioners through the columns
of the bulletins with a view to contribute to the
development of oral health service and render better
assistance and service to maintain and improve the health of
- To promote academic activities through the voluntary
help of post-graduate departments of Periodontology in
various dental institutions in India and abroad.
- To propagate and work for suitable public health
measures for the preventions of Periodontal diseases.
- To arouse interest and consciousness and possibly
impart instructions to the public in oral hygiene.