Dental NewsWeek is a seasonal published, peer-reviewed journal that publishes significant original scientific research, and case reports of current research and science policy. We seek to publish papers that are most influential in Dental fields. Selected papers should present novel and broadly important data, syntheses, or concepts. We welcome submissions from all fields of Dentistry. We are committed to the prompt evaluation of submitted papers. Most papers are published online 4 weeks after acceptance. The official publication date of these papers is the date that they are posted online.
The manuscript should be prepared in English using “MS Word” with 1 inch margin on all sides of the page. “Times New Roman” font should be used. The font size should be of 12pt but main Title should be of 14pt bold uppercase, main headings should be of 12pt bold uppercase, subheadings should be of 12pt bold lowercase. These subtitles should be typed in italics. Illustrations (Figures & Graphs) and tables must be inserted at the end of the reference section.
No abbreviations on acronyms shall be used in the titles or Abstract acronyms except for measurements. There shall not be decorative borders anywhere in the text including the title page. These entire MS word document with graphs and illustration pasted in it shall not exceed (14 MB).
The manuscript should be starting with the covering letter and the text should be arranged in the following order:
- Materials and Methods
- Results and Discussion
TYPE OF MANUSCRIPT
Original Article: It should consist of unpublished results of original research, which must be presented in detail to comply the reproducibility of the described experiments and desired output. This research article should reveal design of experimental studies that gives a significant contribution to knowledge.
Short Communication: The research and technical communications section of this journal (maximum 2,000 words) is open to interesting results worthy of publication without requiring extensive introduction and discussion. This section should be organized as follows: Abstract, Introduction, Materials and methods, Results and discussion (combined). Not more than 10 references should be provided. Tables, figures and references are to be arranged in the same way as for research papers. Brevity of presentation is essential for this section.
Case Studies: They should be unique, describing a great diagnostic or therapeutic challenge and providing a learning point for the readers. Cases with clinical significance or implications will be given priority. These communications could be of up to 1000 words (excluding Abstract and references) and should have the following headings: Abstract (unstructured), Introduction, and Case report, Discussion, Reference, Tables.