Dentistry

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Dentistry (DOAOJ) is a peer-reviewed, open access journal provides a forum for the exchange of information about new and significant research in Dentistry and allied disciplines throughout the world. The Journal publishes peer-reviewed research articles, expert reviews, clinical developments, clinical opinions, treatments and articles concerned with advancement in relevant methodologies as well as other key issues of relevance to Dentistry. The Journal aims to facilitate the application of new scientific knowledge to the daily practice of the concerned disciplines and addresses both practicing clinicians and academics. The journal will consider clinical papers where they make a significant contribution to the understanding of a disease process and other material on all topics relating to Dental Science.

Topics covered in the journal include dental traumatology, root end surgery, dental biomedical sciences, community and preventive dentistry, tissue engineering, radiology and dental technology, baby teeth, sensitive teeth, dentures, wisdom teeth, thumb sucking, baby bottle tooth decay, dental sealants, dental biomaterials, clinical trials, endodontics, management of dental diseases, novel instrumentation and procedures, operative dentistry, oral and maxillofacial surgery, oral biology, oral health, oral pathology, paediatric dentistry, periodontics, prosthodontics, restorative dentistry, translational research, oral hygiene, oral surgery, biodontics, fluoridation, root canal therapy, cosmetic dentistry, minimal intervention dentistry, dental anaesthesiology, dental cavities, xerostomia, dental bonding, tooth cleaning, tooth bleaching, geriatric dentistry, forensic odontology. All the Dental related topics are covered by the journal.

It is basically targeted on Clinical Practitioners, medical/health practitioners, students, professionals and researchers around the world. Authors are encouraged to submit their high-caliber papers and to interchange their ideas and opinions related to their research interest.