An environment conducive to the development of novel ideas through the integration of clinical studies and laboratory analysis is a central strategy of clinical research at Forsyth.
The success of this approach is illustrated by the wide array of discoveries made at Forsyth over the past two decades. These include the development of localized drug delivery products for periodontal and endodontic therapy, investigation of systemic antibiotics in periodontal treatment, improved diagnostic techniques, introduction of visible light as a therapeutic modality, improvement of local anesthetics and the evaluation of agents that stimulate bone growth.
Forsyth's emphasis is on facilitating the movement of ideas from the bench into dental and medical practice. Many of our research efforts are also focused on facilitating health care delivery to underserved populations both in the U.S. and abroad.
Forsyth actively recruits volunteers to participate in studies. Volunteers can receive the latest in professional-quality treatments for oral conditions and often a stipend for participation. To learn more please call or email:
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