Aims of the journal-

1. Dissemination of Knowledge

  • Publication of Research: Share the latest research findings in dental science, including clinical studies, technological advancements, and experimental results.
  • Review Articles: Provide comprehensive reviews of current topics, summarizing and synthesizing existing knowledge and advancements in various areas of dentistry.

2. Education and Professional Development

  • Case Studies: Present detailed case studies to illustrate best practices, novel treatment approaches, and outcomes.
  • Clinical Guidelines: Offer evidence-based guidelines and protocols to assist practitioners in making informed clinical decisions.
  • Continuing Education: Provide content that can be used for continuing education credits for dental professionals.

3. Innovation and Technology

  • Technological Updates: Report on the latest innovations in dental technology, including new tools, materials, and techniques.
  • Interdisciplinary Research: Promote interdisciplinary research that integrates dentistry with other fields such as biotechnology, nanotechnology, and biomedical engineering.

4. Quality and Safety

  • Patient Safety: Address issues related to patient safety and quality of care, including infection control, procedural safety, and risk management.
  • Ethical Practices: Discuss ethical issues in dentistry, including patient consent, privacy, and the ethical implications of new treatments and technologies.

5. Global Perspectives

  • International Research: Highlight research and practices from different parts of the world to provide a global perspective on dental issues.
  • Health Disparities: Address disparities in dental health and access to care, focusing on underserved populations and strategies to improve global dental health equity.

6. Policy and Advocacy

  • Health Policy: Discuss the implications of health policies on dental practice and public oral health.
  • Advocacy: Advocate for policies and practices that improve dental health care delivery and public oral health.


Including but not limited to-

  1. Clinical Dentistry: Original research, clinical trials, and case reports focusing on the diagnosis, treatment, and management of dental conditions and diseases, including but not limited to dental caries, periodontal diseases, oral infections, and oral mucosal disorders.

  2. Dental Materials and Biomaterials: Studies on the development, characterization, and evaluation of dental materials, biomaterials, and dental implants, including their mechanical properties, biocompatibility, and clinical performance.

  3. Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery: Research on surgical procedures, techniques, and innovations in oral and maxillofacial surgery, including dental extractions, implant surgery, orthognathic surgery, and reconstructive surgery.

  4. Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics: Original research and clinical studies on orthodontic diagnosis, treatment planning, and orthodontic appliances, as well as investigations into dentofacial growth and development.

  5. Pediatric Dentistry: Studies focusing on the oral health care of children and adolescents, including preventive dentistry, behavior management, treatment of dental anomalies, and dental care for special needs patients.

  6. Periodontology and Implant Dentistry: Research on the diagnosis, treatment, and management of periodontal diseases, as well as studies on dental implantology, implant placement techniques, and implant-supported prosthodontics.

  7. Endodontics: Original research and clinical studies on the diagnosis, treatment, and outcomes of endodontic procedures, including root canal therapy, pulp regeneration, and management of endodontic complications.

  8. Prosthodontics and Restorative Dentistry: Investigations into the design, fabrication, and clinical performance of dental prostheses, restorative materials, and esthetic dentistry techniques, including crowns, bridges, dentures, and dental veneers.

  9. Oral Medicine and Pathology: Studies on the diagnosis, management, and treatment of oral diseases, oral manifestations of systemic conditions, oral cancer, and oral pathology.

  10. Dental Public Health and Epidemiology: Research on oral health promotion, disease prevention, dental epidemiology, health disparities, and healthcare delivery systems in the context of dental public health.