Journal of Indian Society of Periodontology
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November-December 2021  | Vol 25 | Issue 6
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Journal of Indian Society of Periodontology
Print: 0972-124X, Online: 0975-1580
Uneasy is the journey of publication that wears an inappropriate title
Ashish Kumar
[INLINE:1] The title is one of the most significant lines of a published paper.[1] It is generally one sentence and often not even complete. The title makes a instant connect between the writer and...
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President’s Message
Embrace a new perspective: A serene and vivacious expedition of ISP
Anirban Chatterjee
[INLINE:1] Greetings to all my fellow budding Periodontists and my teammates It is a honour to be invested with a privilege of being the president of the largest periodontology society in the worl...
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Secretary’s Message
The year that was
Harpreet Singh Grover
[INLINE:1] The year 2021 like 2020 will never be forgotten. It has been etched in our memories for touching our lives in some way or the other resulting in markedly noticeable changes both in the l...
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Review Article
Autologous Platelet Concentrate of 2nd and 3rd generations efficacy in the surgical treatment of gingival recession: an overview of systematic reviews
Gustavo Vicentis De Oliveira Fernandes, Nuno Bernardo Malta Santos, Rafael Amorim Cavalcanti De Siqueira, How-Lay Wang, Juan Blanco-Carrion, Juliana Campos Hasse Fernandes
Background: Autologous platelet concentrate (APC)/platelet-rich fibrin (PRF) of second and third generations has increased use in periodontics to optimize wound healing. Few systematic review...
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