PLANT PRODUCTS IN DENTISTRY; A REVIEW
Throughout the various discoveries in Medical sciences progress has been achieved at some cost. Side-effects of allopathic medications are one such situation. Renewed research into various plant products is currently in progress. This short review endeavors to bring about an understanding regarding the various applications of plant products in oral health care.
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