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Reflecting the broad range of issues affecting children’s oral healthcare, this Collection highlights recent articles from across the BDJ Portfolio focusing on current clinical practice and research in paediatric dentistry and childhood dental caries.
What is it like to practice and train as dental professionals across the globe? This collection of articles reflects their day-to-day experiences; from patient interaction to specific education and training issues, whether in the UK or worldwide.
This collection outlines prevalence, risk factors and the oral health-related quality of life of a number of oral health conditions globally. Included studies relate to caries, periodontitis, tooth loss, tooth wear, dental trauma and MIH, which aim to correlate oral health disorders with other health conditions. This offers the chance to assess and compare the various factors which lead to oral disease in different socio-economic systems, highlighting global inequalities in the burden of oral disease and access to dental healthcare.
A selection of articles from across the BDJ Portfolio exploring the extensive topic of tooth wear, including its causes, diagnosis, prevention and management. This Collection also features the recent BDJ Themed Issue on the topic.
Reflecting the often complex dental challenges associated with today’s ageing population, this collection on gerodontology brings together articles from across the BDJ Portfolio. Together, they look at ways to protect, maintain and improve the oral health of this cohort of patients today.
This collection brings together the very best of BDJ Open – a selection of the most accessed, cited, and shared articles published in 2021 and 2022. They reveal the quality and international nature of the journal, showcasing the breadth of scope and global coverage that the journal consistently delivers.
What are the implications of artificial intelligence (AI) on the practice of dentistry? With articles and letters from across all five journals in the BDJ Portfolio, this Collection provides a snapshot of how the field of AI in dentistry has developed over the last two decades. It also reveals an evolving picture of the role AI could play today as well as its potential for the future.
Digital dentistry is becoming increasingly common and has enhanced many aspects of today’s dental practice. It encompasses any digital or computer-based technology and has improved the patient experience from communication to diagnosis and treatment. This collection of articles from across the BDJ Portfolio depicts the many ways in which digital dentistry has already transformed oral healthcare, plus considerations for the future.
This collection of articles from across the BDJ Portfolio focuses on endodontics, including clinical articles, research papers and systematic reviews. Together, they provide a picture of current endodontic treatment options and techniques, aftercare and monitoring.