The Journal of Implant & Advanced Clinical Dentistry

How to Get Published in the Journal of Implant and Advanced Clinical Dentistry

The Journal of Implant and Advanced Clinical Dentistry invites professionals in the field to submit original and unpublished research. Your submissions expand the community’s knowledge and understanding of dentistry and allow others to make meaningful advances in the field. The publication focuses on implant dentistry and advanced clinical dentistry topics. Articles should emphasize clinical techniques, critical reviews, and case reports. We also accept work that would benefit the actively practicing dental professional.

If you are interested in publishing, we encourage you to submit a manuscript. All manuscripts submitted to the JIACD are peer-reviewed by the Editor-in-Chief, Executive Editor, and members of the JIACD review panel. The review process begins after the panel receives the following:

  • The Complete Manuscript
  • All Text Files, Photographs, and Pictographs for the Manuscript
  • Fully Signed Conflict Disclosure Form
  • Fully Signed Transfer of Copyright Form

More information about what your submission packet should include can be found in our Academic Journal Guidelines.

After submitting your manuscript and all related materials, they will go through a peer-review process as conducted by our panel. The review normally takes 30 days, starting on the date of submission. On the completion of this process, the JIACD will send a communication to the author informing them of whether the manuscript has been accepted or rejected.

The JIACD accepts manuscripts through mail and online. If you prefer to submit your work digitally, we have set up a convenient Online Portal for you to do so. The Online Portal includes the necessary forms and documentation you must sign. Submitting through our digital platform also allows for quicker communication between you and the editors.

When you submit your work to The Journal of Implant and Advanced Clinical Dentistry, you are helping fellow professionals advance the field. In addition, your work allows other dental practitioners to improve their techniques and deliver quality care to their patients. We thank you for your contributions to the dentistry community.


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