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Inventi Rapid - OroDental

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    Quarterly published in print and online ‘Inventi Rapid/Impact: OroDental’ publishes high quality unpublished as well as high impact pre-published research and reviews catering to the needs of researchers and professionals. The journal focuses on all aspects of dentistry with a special emphasis on dental and oro-facial research. Articles are invited from across the domain, particularly dealing with - dental biomaterials, endodontics and traumatology, implant dentistry, oral and maxillofacial surgery, orthodontics, oral radiology and periodontal medicine.

  • LINEZOLID IN-SITU GEL WITH AND WITHOUT DICLOFENAC SODIUM AS LOCAL DRUG DELIVERY IN PERIODONTAL DISEASE: A CLINICAL STUDY
    Inayathulla*, Prakash Goudanavar, Ankit Acharya    Download Full Text

    Formulations containing linezolid with or without diclofenac sodium were prepared using carbopol-HPMC and carbopol-NaCMC. Clinical studies of linezolid in-situ gel (with or without diclofenac sodium) on periodontitis have shown promising results regarding reduction of probing pocket depth (PPD) and bleeding index (BI) on intergroup comparison, None of the patients in either of the groups showed an...

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  • LOOP CONNECTOR-AN ESTHETIC SOLUTION FOR DIASTEMA CASE: A CASE REPORT
    Sumit Deshpande, Ranjeet Ghadage*, Santosh Dixit, Anjali Mendhe    Download Full Text

    Replacement of missing teeth with existing diastema in anterior region is a challenging task for dentist. Various treatment options such as removable partial denture, fixed partial denture, implant prosthesis, spring cantilever etc. FPD with loop connector can be a good treatment option in such clinical situations. FPD with loop connectors maintains the even spacing between the prosthesis and enha...

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  • LUDWIG’S ANGINA: A BRIEF REVIEW
    Abino Denny, Shilpa K, Ujwal Teja Y*    Download Full Text

    Ludwig's angina is a bilateral infection of the submandibular space that consists of two compartments in the floor of the mouth, the sublingual space and the submylohyoid (also known as submaxillary) space, first described by the German physician, Wilhelm Frederick von Ludwig in 1836. Severe neck pain and swelling, fever, malaise, dysphagia and stridor are the main symptoms. Causative organisms in...

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