Indiana University Oral Health Research Institute


Long regarded by academic peers and industry as a leading center for preventive dentistry research, the Oral Health Research Institute has served as Indiana University School of Dentistry's core research facility for over five decades. (History) OHRI clinical and laboratory research Cores support a wide range of studies including, caries and erosion preventive agents, anti-plaque and anti-gingivitis agents, anti-calculus agents, stain prevention and removal agents, and whitening/bleaching agents. Beginning with stannous fluoride toothpaste, the first clinically proven decay preventive formula, OHRI has an impressive portfolio of clinical trials and testing capabilities that has contributed significantly to dental health in the U.S. and abroad. This self-supporting institute was created without government funding and has a distinguished reputation for its exemplary performance as a testing center for a wide variety of dental products.