International Journal Of Drug Research And Dental Science <p><strong>International Journal of Drug Research And Dental Science&nbsp;</strong>is an official peer-reviewed journal published Quarterly, with a total of 4 issues a year. The journal aims to publish high-quality articles in the field of Drug Research and Dental science. Original articles, review articles, short communications, and letters to the editor in Drug and Dental are accepted. All articles published in this journal represent the opinion of the authors and not reflect the official policy of the International Journal of Drug Research and Dental science (IJDRD). All papers are subjected to double-blinded peer-review.&nbsp;</p> en-US International Journal Of Drug Research And Dental Science 2582-0826 Catch the Timing: A Case Report of Tooth Germ Autotransplantation <p>Tooth autotransplantation is a procedure that consists in the extraction of an erupted, partially erupted, or unerupted tooth and its repositioning into another point in the oral cavity of the same individual.</p> <p>It can be considered a legitimate alternative to fill an edentulous space in younger subjects, due to agenesis, traumatic avulsion, root fractures, or big carious processes.</p> <p>This Case Report describes a successful autotransplantation’s case of an open-apex mandibular third molar, in place of a hopeless first mandibular molar, in a growing patient.</p> <p>After 36 months of follow-up the wisdom tooth showed physiological mobility, absence of infection and ankylosis, positive pulp vitality test, and the periodontal integration was fully formed. The radiographic examinations confirmed a remarkable radicular edification.</p> Luigi Tagliatesta Matteo Arcari Laura Porcheddu Rania Ibrahim Giulia Rovelli Marco Lorenzoni Copyright (c) 2022 International Journal Of Drug Research And Dental Science 2022-09-20 2022-09-20 4 3 1 6 10.36437/ijdrd.2022.4.3.A Keratocystic Odontogenic Tumor- A Rapidly Growing and Painless Tumor: A Case Report <p>The cyst known as a "odontogenic keratocyst" (OKC) has a dental origin and exhibits aggressive clinical characteristics, such as a high recurrence rate. After observing its biological behaviour and genetic anomalies such as&nbsp;neoplastic growth, keratocystic odontogenic tumour (KCOT) has been classified as a "tumour." In order to distinguish the lesion from the orthokeratinizing variety, which is currently known as an OKC,&nbsp;WHO&nbsp;working group recommended the term KCOT in 2005. This article emphasizes about the clinical features, radiological features as well as treatment methods of OKC.</p> Tanha Khan Shilpi Srivastava Kritika Mohan Arpan Manna Gaurav Copyright (c) 2022 International Journal Of Drug Research And Dental Science 2022-09-20 2022-09-20 4 3 7 12 10.36437/ijdrd.2022.4.3.B