Oral Diseases

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Edited By: Bruce Baum

Impact Factor: 2.011

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2016: 27/90 (Dentistry Oral Surgery & Medicine)

Online ISSN: 1601-0825

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2016 Oral Diseases Awards

Best Reviewers:
Gabriela Anaya-Saavedra, Mexico City, Mexico
Pia López-Jornet, Murcia, Spain


Best Review Article:
Vitamin C: the known and the unknown and Goldilocks
SJ Padayatty, M Levine


Best Original Articles:
Oral candidiasis following steroid therapy for oral lichen planus
DR Marable, LM Bowers, TL Stout, CM Stewart, KM Berg, V Sankar, SS DeRossi, JR Thoppay, MT Brennan

Bacterial composition in whole saliva from patients with severe hyposalivation – a case-control study
D Belstrøm, P Holmstrup, N-E Fiehn, K Rosing, A Bardow, BJ Paster, AM Lynge Pedersen


A list of all those who reviewed for Oral Diseases in 2016 is available here.

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An Appreciation of Professor Crispian Scully

An Appreciation of Professor Crispian Scully

We were deeply saddened to hear of the death of Professor Crispian Scully on the 17th March. Co-editor of Oral Diseases Bruce Baum reflects on their time working together and Crispian’s many achievements in ‘An Appreciation of Professor Crispian Scully’.

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Featured Invited Medical Review:
Nutrition and bone health

CM Weaver

May's Concise Reviews and Invited Commentaries

Launched in 2016 Oral Diseases brings you two article series.

Concise Reviews are short status reports and are written by leading clinical scientists about timely clinical conditions relevant to oral medicine. From the latest issue:
Avoiding ethics pitfalls in publishing: a perspective from COPE
CA Pierson

The role of hypnotherapy in evidence-based clinical practice
MJ Griffiths

Invited Commentaries provide a perspective on recently published articles, from internationally leading biomedical science journals, that are having or soon will have significant impact on oral medicine. From the latest issue:
3D bioprinting: prostheses–restorations…now, tissues and organ systems!
SU Rahman and PR Arany

PET/CT surveillance versus neck dissection in advanced head and neck cancer
M Kreppel, B Kreppel and JE Zöller

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