Journal of Interdisciplinary Dentistry

EDITORIAL
Year
: 2012  |  Volume : 2  |  Issue : 1  |  Page : 2-

President's message


K Jayaprasad 
 President, ISPRP, India

Correspondence Address:
K Jayaprasad
President, ISPRP
India




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[AUTHOR:1]Season's greetings to all,

In the last few years there has been a paradigm shift in the way dentistry is looked upon with respect to teaching and therapy. The complete dental solution is now not an approach but a concept that is holistic. Patients are well aware of the strides that dentistry has been making in the recent times and aesthetics has now come to play a vital role in bringing about a desirable outcome. Thus, the goal of every dental team includes the integration of natural looking prosthesis within a healthy periodontium.

The need of the hour is to ensure adequate form, function, aesthetics, and comfort of the definition through a multidisciplinary approach. The multidisciplinary approach permits the utilization of knowledge and skills of specialties to formulate a comprehensive therapy that delivers optimal patient care.

Today we in (ISPRP) are proud that we were instrumental in forming an interdisciplinary platform in the country that was a long cherished dream of our seniors. In a small span of time, ISPRP has carved its name in Indian dentistry. It is one among the most sought and popular dental association in the country. It has proud members from within as well outside the country. The association holds a special position of trust with in the dental fraternity.

The professionalism in true scientific activities and deliberations it delivered to the dental community have made the association principles clear to all.

ISPRP is committed to uphold ethical values and principles including those of justice, integrity, co-operation, and fairness in dental profession.

The association is very much delighted at heart to receive new members. For a cohesive, co-operative culture in dental education and therapy know our vision and join our mission.

I applaud the previous as well the present editorial team of our prestigious journal for effectively communicating to all our members as well as to all the dental fraternity in the country. The scientific knowledge you shared will be effectively used for the benefit of our patients.

Jai Hind