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ISPRP Brochure

September 3rd, 2012 by isprp

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…

Hemisected molar roots used as an abutment after orthodontic root separation

July 11th, 2012 by isprp

Hemisected molar roots used as an abutment after orthodontic root separation

In this case a hemisected molar roots is used as an abutment after separating them using orthodontic treatment.  The case shows how an interdisciplinary approach can have better results. This is submitted by Dr. Renuka M. Bhatambre, Post Graduate, Department Of Public Health Dentistry  S.D.M. College Of Dental Sciences And Hospital, Dharwad

Orthodontic treatment in periodontally compromised patient

July 11th, 2012 by isprp

Orthodontic treatment in periodontally compromised patient

This is a case involving interdisciplinary dentistry where in orthodontic treatment is done on a periodontally compromised patient which lead to good results. This is submitted by Dr. Renuka M. Bhatambre, Post Graduate, Department Of Public Health Dentistry  S.D.M. College Of Dental Sciences And Hospital, Dharwad.   Before                      Read on…

Natural Tooth V/S Implant: – Restorative Advantage

July 7th, 2012 by isprp

  A fundamental principle in traditional dental practice has been the preservation and rehabilitation of natural teeth. Endodontic treatment procedures have played a key role in this context in the retention and restoration to function of teeth affected by pulp and/or periapical pathosis. The extraction of teeth has generally been considered undesirable and as aRead on…

Dental Implant Video

June 22nd, 2012 by isprp

There are several types of dental implants. The major classifications are divided into osseointegrated implant and the fibrointegrated implant. Earlier implants, such as the subperiosteal implant and the blade implant were usually fibrointegrated [1], [2]. The most widely accepted and successful implant today is the osseointegrated implant, based on the discovery by Swedish Professor Per-IngvarRead on…