In recent decades, a variety of pharmaceutical research has been conducted to develop novel dosage forms. Considering quality of life, most of the efforts have focused on ease of medication. Among the dosage forms developed to facilitate ease of medication, the orally disintegrating tablet (ODT) is one of them. Oral disintegrating tablets are also called as orodispersible tablets, mouth-dissolving tablet (MDT), quick-dissolve, fast-melt, and rapid disintegrating tablets and freeze-dried wafers, porous tablets and rapimelts. The purpose of the present book is to disseminate the novel orodispersible technology taking one model drug, naproxen.