Journal For Dentists

Journal For Dentists

The JDR is dedicated to the dissemination of new knowledge on all sciences relevant to dentistry and the oral cavity in health and disease. The journal publishes research articles, reviews, letters and guest edited single-topic issues.

Authors are encouraged to include a graphical abstract with their manuscript submission. View example graphical abstracts on our information site.

Editorial Board

The editorial board of a journal is responsible for assessing submissions while maintaining the desired standard and quality. They also provide guidance to editors, authors and reviewers. The members of the editorial board are selected based on their expertise and experience in their area of work. They can be from different parts of the world, depending on the needs of the journal.

The Editorial Board of Journal for Dentists is a group of distinguished scholars who volunteer to read and evaluate manuscripts and make editorial decisions on behalf of the journal. The board is composed of experts from all over the world who have the knowledge and experience to ensure that the journal maintains high academic standards. Board members may also be invited to lead a special issue of the journal, which elevates the profile of a particular research area.

As an editorial board member, you will be required to submit a number of manuscripts for peer review. These articles will cover technical and clinical studies related to the field of Dentistry. They can be either original research or review articles. If you are interested in joining the editorial board, please contact us.

Journal of Dental Research is a peer-reviewed scientific journal that publishes original research and review articles on all science relevant to the oral cavity and its associated structures in health and disease. The journal is committed to disseminating new information and knowledge quickly, which allows its broad readership of oral, dental, and craniofacial researchers, clinical scientists, clinicians, and dentists to be aware of the most recent developments in the field. Its mission is to publish the best research in dental science, with an emphasis on high-quality clinical relevance and practical application.

The journal features a wide range of topics, including dental implants, periodontal disease, and esthetic and restorative dentistry. It also publishes articles that explore sociological and ethical issues relating to oral care. The journal is published by Wolters Kluwer, which is a leader in the medical publishing industry.

All articles are reviewed by an international team of expert editors and undergo rigorous blind peer-review before being accepted for publication. The Journal of Dental Research is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) and adheres to its guidelines.

Advisory Board

The Advisory Board of Journal For Dentists provides advice and guidance to the editor, editorial staff, and peer reviewers. It also assists the Managing Editor in identifying potential contributors and reviewers for each submitted manuscript. Members of the Advisory Board are selected for their diverse expertise, knowledge, and experiences. They are experts in their fields who are committed to advancing the mission of the journal and its role as the premier source of evidence-based research in dental and oral health care.

The FGDP(UK) Advisory Board is made up of representatives from primary care professions and disciplines: family medicine, general internal medicine, physicians assistants, and dentistry/oral health. The Advisory Board meets not less than twice per calendar year.

Authors should identify any financial and personal relationships that could inappropriately influence (bias) their work. This includes, but is not limited to, employment, consultancies, stock ownership, honoraria, paid expert testimony, patent applications/registrations, and grants/funding. Authors are asked to disclose all relevant information in a declaration of interest statement located within the submission system or as a separate document included with their manuscript.

Dental and oral health care are integral to overall human health. As such, these fields are interconnected with many other health disciplines. Therefore, it is important to publish research that addresses the relationships between dental and oral health and other disciplines. This section will provide a forum for publishing research on interprofessional education and practice, interdisciplinary research focusing on the mouth and contiguous structures, and the influence of these structures on other aspects of human health and disease.

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Online Submission System

The journal accepts original experimental investigations and review articles concerning topics of clinical relevance to the general dental practitioner. In addition, it also publishes case reports and technique articles. The journal is published in English and does not charge any article processing fees. It is the official publication of the Cumhuriyet University Faculty of Dentistry.

Manuscripts are reviewed by qualified individuals who have expertise in the subject area. The editor has the final decision regarding acceptance and publication of the manuscript. The editors reserve the right to make grammatical and stylistic changes to improve readability. All submissions are made online and authors are encouraged to use a word processor that includes spell-check and grammar-check functions. It is also advisable to divide the manuscript into clearly defined and numbered sections, i.e. 1.1, 1.2, etc. This makes it easier for the reader to refer to a particular part of the text.

A brief description of the research should be presented in the introduction, with an emphasis on its relevance to dentistry. The aims and objectives of the research should be stated, and all the relevant details should be included. The conclusions should be clearly drawn from the results. The introduction should not contain more than 6 keywords.

All manuscripts should be written in fluent English. The submitting author should take responsibility on behalf of all co-authors and enter full contact details, including a working e-mail address, in their online profile. Correspondence, including the results of initial evaluation and any requests for revisions or proofreading will be sent to this e-mail address.

When a manuscript is accepted for publication, the corresponding author will be sent an e-mail requesting them to sign a ‘Journal Publishing Agreement’. This will be accompanied by a copy of the published article. Please see the editorial policy on authorship and unique identifiers for more information.

The Journal of the International Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry publishes high quality original research papers that contribute to the development of cosmetic dentistry. Its mission is to advance the profession by influencing practice at clinician, research, and industry level. The journal strives to promote new technologies, materials, techniques, and concepts in the field of cosmetic dentistry. Its goal is to influence the practice of cosmetic and restorative dentistry at clinician, research, industry, and policy-maker levels around the world.

Editorial Policy

The Journal For Dentists publishes high quality original research, reviews, case reports, letters, and guest edited single-topic issues in all areas of dentistry and the oral cavity. Its prestigious editorial board is made up of globally renowned scientists and the journal has an extremely high level of academic excellence.

The Editors have broad discretion to determine whether a manuscript is appropriate for the journal. Upon initial assessment, the Editors will typically request a minimum of two external reviewers (who remain anonymous to the authors unless they choose to sign their report) to assess whether a manuscript is scientifically sound and meets the journal’s quality and scope requirements.

Ideally, authors should state the aims and/or objective of the paper in its introduction. It should also briefly mention the current state of knowledge and understanding of the problem in question. Keywords (up to 6) should be included at the end of the introduction. If any patient data are used, it is the responsibility of the corresponding author to ensure that written informed consent has been obtained for the publication of these images/data. This should be done by submitting a letter from the patient or their legally authorised representative, or by using a form available through the “Instructions and forms” link in Manuscript Central.

In order to maintain the highest possible ethical standards, authors must disclose any potential conflicts of interest that may affect their work. This includes financial relationships with any organization that could have a direct impact on the content of the article and/or the decision to accept or reject it. The Editors reserve the right to remove any material that appears to be unethical or fraudulent. It is also the responsibility of authors to ensure that their work does not violate any copyright laws. In cases where a manuscript has been submitted for publication in violation of copyright law, the editor will notify the authors and ask them to withdraw the submission. If the authors refuse to do so, the Editors will consider taking further action in accordance with the guidelines of the American Association of Publishers.