Aim & Scope

The aim of SVOA Dentistry journal is to provide a platform for the publication of high-quality scientific research, clinical advancements, and innovations in the field of dentistry and dental surgery. The journal aims to disseminate knowledge, promote evidence-based practices, and contribute to the advancement of dental care. It seeks to engage researchers, dental professionals, educators, and other healthcare professionals involved in dental practice and surgical interventions.

The journal covers a broad range of topics within the field of dentistry and dental surgery, including but not limited to:

Restorative Dentistry: Original research articles, clinical studies, and case reports focused on restorative treatments, dental materials, prosthodontics, dental implants, esthetic dentistry, endodontics, and dental biomaterials. This includes research on innovative techniques, materials, and outcomes related to restorative dental procedures.

Orthodontic Treatment Techniques: Research related to orthodontic treatment techniques, including fixed orthodontic appliances (braces), removable appliances, clear aligner therapy, orthognathic surgery in conjunction with orthodontics, and interdisciplinary orthodontic treatment. This encompasses research on biomechanics, tooth movement, force systems, and treatment outcomes.

Periodontology: Research related to the diagnosis, treatment, and management of periodontal diseases, including studies on periodontal health, gingival diseases, periodontal regeneration, dental implantology, and peri-implant diseases. This encompasses research on periodontal surgical techniques, non-surgical treatments, and long-term outcomes.

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery: Research focused on surgical interventions in the oral and maxillofacial region, including tooth extractions, dental implant placement, bone grafting, orthognathic surgery, oral and facial trauma, and oral pathology. This includes studies on surgical techniques, outcomes, complications, and patient management in oral and maxillofacial surgery.

Endodontics: Research related to the diagnosis, treatment, and management of diseases affecting the dental pulp and periapical tissues. This includes studies on root canal treatments, endodontic surgery, regenerative endodontics, dental trauma, and dental pain management.

Prosthodontics: Research focused on the restoration and replacement of missing teeth and oral structures, including studies on complete dentures, removable partial dentures, fixed dental prostheses, implant-supported prostheses, and digital dentistry. This encompasses research on prosthodontic techniques, materials, and outcomes.

Dental Education and Professional Development: Research on dental education, curriculum development, assessment methods, competency-based education, continuing professional development, and innovative teaching methodologies in dentistry. This includes studies on dental student training, residency programs, faculty development, and educational technology in dental education.