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Journal of the International Clinical Dental Research Organization
The International Clinical Dental Research Organization is an organization that is dedicated to bringing dental research in India to the forefront. It looks to promote research through multicentric clinical trials as well as research in the basic sciences. The JICDRO is the official mouthpiece of the organization.

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January-December  2012 | Vol 4 | Issue 1  
Editorial
Editorial
Shalini Aggarwal
The first step in Pain Management is always good diagnosis. Using clinical acumen and basic and advanced aids to arrive at the diagnosis is the foundation upon which all treatment rests. This issue ha...
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Original Article
Comparison of the efficacy of ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid and tetracycline hydrochloride as root conditioning agents: An in vitro study
Tarun Nanda, Sanjeev Jain, Daljit Kapoor, Harjit Kaur, Sonia Nanda
Objective: Root surfaces of periodontitis-affected teeth are hypermineralized and contaminated with cytotoxic and other biologically active substances. Various root conditioning agents have bee...
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Original Article
The effect of variation in inter-appointment time on the incidence of post-operative pain in single-visit versus two visit endodontics: An in vivo study
Sumita A Bhagwat, Aditi Patel, Lalitagauri P Mandke
Aim: This clinical study was conducted to observe and note the effect of variation in inter-appointment time period on the incidence of post-operative pain following single-visit versus two vis...
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