Over the last twenty years the science and technology in the dental field have advanced drastically leading to remarkable results. The recent scientific acquisitions in the field have invested all the sectors making it absolutely necessary a scientific update that is supported by strong and solid scientific evidence. Such sharing of information will
be beneficial for the biomedical researchers and academicians.
Therefore, the purpose of this special issue entitled "New Clinical Research Technologies in Dentistry" is to explore the latest developments and major advancements in the field of dentistry.
Topics of interest include, without being limited to, the following areas:
In order to capture the different knowledge and experience in this field, we encourage submissions across a range of dental research disciplines. We seek a mix of quality manuscripts; these may include: case reports, original research articles, narrative and systematic reviews manuscripts on key topics of interest.
Dr. Romeo Patini
DDS, PhD, Oral Surgery Research Fellow,
Catholic University of Sacred Heart, Rome, Italy.