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  • 24th Jun 2016

    Ninth Annual National Conference

    We cordially invite you to the 9th ISPRP conference in the city of dreams, Mumbai. Mumbai is a city that welcomes & nurtures everyone, embracing with open arms. A city not only known as the financial capital of the country but also it’s tourist locales, social lifestyle, home to the hindi film industry & theRead on…

  • 3rd Sep 2012

    ISPRP Brochure

    ISPRP is  as an inter-disciplinary platform which  was formed to promote better interaction and understanding between the branches of Prosthodontics, Conservative and Periodontics. We believe an increased rapport between the branches help us develop restorative dentistry holistically and widen the perspective of the individual branches. To know more and for memberships kindly go through theRead on…

Journal Of Interdisciplinary Dentistry

The Journal of Interdisciplinary Dentistry is the first of its kind in the field of Restorative Dentistry. By placing emphasis on publishing novel research articles and high-quality case reports, the Journal aims to influence the clinicians to practice a ‘team approach,’ in order to deliver treatment of a very high quality to deserving patients. The ever-growing field of Implantology is one branch that will be highly benefited by a ‘team approach’. An implant team should comprise of a prosthodontist, periodontist, an oral radiologist, and an oral surgeon. Each of the specialists involved is a very important cog in the wheel. Every member of the team should participate in the planning, execution, and maintenance of the implants, as an implant failure would result in a debate, which would give the profession no credit. Read on »

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What They Said

I am extremely pleased to know that the Indian Society of Prosthodontics – Restorative – Periodontics (ISPRP) has been formed. The efforts of the younger generations of dental surgeons and their contributions in the development of dentistry in India will go long way in shaping the future of dentistry. The Indian dental practice today indeed isRead on…

Prof. S.G. Damle