Editor(s): Peter Svensson
Impact Factor: 2.098
Journal of Oral Rehabilitation aims to become the most prestigious journal of dental research within all aspects of oral rehabilitation and applied oral physiology. It covers all diagnostic and clinical management aspects necessary to re-establish a subjective and objective harmonious oral function.
Oral rehabilitation in the 21st century is a matter of skilful diagnosis and minimal, appropriate intervention, the nature of which is intimately linked to a profound knowledge of oral physiology, oral biology, and dental and oral pathology. The scientific content of the journal, therefore, strives to reflect the best of evidence-based clinical dentistry. The content of the journal also reflects documentation of the possible side effects of rehabilitation, and includes prognostic perspectives of the treatment modalities chosen.
The journal presents original research findings; generates critical reviews and relevant case stories; and stimulates commentaries and professional debates in Letters to the Editor.
Basic sciences are developing rapidly in contemporary society, but it may take some time before important new knowledge finds its way into daily clinical practise. Good clinical science deals with the diagnosis and appropriate treatment of individual patients. We need well-educated dentists to identify the numerous unsolved questions relevant to oral rehabilitation, in order to stimulate clinical and basic sciences to provide scientifically documented answers. It is the intention of the journal to stimulate contributions, which may help to bridge the gap between relevant basic sciences and clinical dentistry.