International Journal of Periodontology


International Journal of Periodontology is an independent, peer reviewed publication promoting advancements in the field of clinical Periodontology, epidemiology, pathogenesis of periodontal diseases and its treatment as well as Dental Implantology to benefit the academicians and clinicians in providing a better periodontal and dental health awareness to the public. intjp The journal is a quarterly publication with original contributions of merit dealing with the patho-physiology of periodontal structures, diagnosis, prognosis, prevention and treatment of these diseases. The International Journal of Periodontology will keep its readers abreast with the advancements in Periodontology in pursuit of excellence in their chosen field. This is a platform for the readers to publish original research work, case reports, case series, short communications. The journal also deals with invited review articles by experts in their field on the latest developments in periodontal science as well as advances in periodontal therapy and modalities. The journal is expected to be an ideal platform for research scholars who would like to share and discuss current and future trends in periodontal molecular biology, immuno-histochemistry analyses and EM studies particularly focused towards interactions between various periodontal cell populations. Although the journal is in it's inception and evolving stages; we believe that the future potential for such a venture is demanded by a definite lacunae existing in the periodontology research field; with current publications not able to meet the future demands in increased scholarly submissions within recent times. Our publication process inherently demands strict adherence to NLM protocols and traditional peer review processes; which would be keenly monitored by our experienced editorial team to assure well organized digital article repositories which would be mirrored by more than five independent server locations around the world in the coming years. The open access initiative and custom export plugins designed within the current system allows free viewing of abstracts and full text articles from our repository in a myriad of formats including but not limited to XML, PDF, HTML and other DOI compatible formats.
We would like to invite periodontal research fraternity to participate and contribute by registering and active participation in our community forums would be beneficial to scholars and students alike in understanding the current trends in periodontal research.


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