|International Journal of Dental Clinics is a quarterly online publication dedicated to cutting edge research works in dental clinical research, case reports, dental Image processing, 3D manipulation of layered images using various software techniques and any advances in research areas concerning the clinical procedures, image manipulation techniques or any advanced procedures as a whole in relation to dentistry. International Journal of Dental Clinics publishes scientific papers on well designed and controlled original research involving medical/dental/informatics sciences.|
The journal would mainly focus on case reports with everyday problems in clinical dentistry and would be more inclined towards a problem solving approach employing various techniques involving evidence based dentistry to achieve a balanced approach between clinical learning experience and modified therapeutic scenarios where a more practical outlook is directed to achieve restoration of harmony between functional pathways and aesthetic enhancements. International Journal of Dental Clinics is expected to be a platform where we expect to narrow down the gap between general dentists and dental specialists where a unified multidisciplinary approach can be taken to formulate a much needed consensus in diagnosis and therapeutic management. The articles would range from interesting case reports, technical information about new and innovative systems used in general and specialist dental procedures, decision making pathways for unusual and complicated dental problems and technical articles detailing devices and their usage.
Scholarly work on any aspect of dental or medical science will be considered for peer-reviewed publication including but not limited to case reports, epidemiological survey results, clinical trials and recent trends in technology. International Journal of Dental Clinics is a quarterly published online journal which would be adhering to the policy of peer reviewing by at least 2 well qualified dental professionals who excel in the field under which the prospective article categories may be defined and the articles would strictly follow the NLM DTD specifications laid out by the National Library of Medicine. The article templates use the NLM-XML schema outlined and the articles would be made available in mandatory Portable Document Format and also could easily be exported to NLM-XML format with ref-backs enabled for each DTD specified modules.
In addition to articles, the journal provides a repository for resources such as links, curricula, data sets, syllabi, software, and instructional materials which developers may wish to make available free to the open source community.