About the Journal

The Journal of Advanced Imaging in Digitodontics (JAID) is a groundbreaking, open access, and peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the interdisciplinary field of advanced imaging in dentistry. As the digital revolution continues to shape and redefine dental imaging techniques, there is a growing need for a scholarly platform that focuses on the advanced imaging modalities and their applications in dentistry. Under its publisher, the JAID was founded by the Digitodontics International Academy at the mid of 2023. The journal is led by experts in the field of advanced imaging in dentistry under its editor-in-chief and editorial board. The editor-in-Chief is Dr. Galal Omami, an associate professor of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology at the University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky, USA. JAID aims to serve as the premier outlet for cutting-edge research, innovative methodologies, and insightful discussions, promoting the advancement of digitodontics and its diverse applications.

Aims and Scope

The Journal of Advanced Imaging in Digitodontics aims to serve as an essential resource for researchers, academicians, clinicians, and industry professionals involved in digitodontics. By providing a platform for sharing knowledge, discoveries, and advancements, JAID endeavors to shape the future of dental imaging and its impact on patient care and treatment outcomes. More specific to;

  • Advancement of Imaging Techniques: JAID seeks to advance the state-of-the-art in dental imaging technologies and methodologies. The journal aims to publish high-quality research articles and studies that explore novel imaging modalities such as cone beam computed tomography (CBCT), 3D imaging, digital radiography, intraoral scanning, and other emerging imaging techniques. The goal is to enhance the precision, accuracy, and efficiency of dental imaging, enabling improved diagnosis, treatment planning, and patient care.
  • Interdisciplinary Research: JAID encourages interdisciplinary collaboration and welcomes submissions from various fields related to digitodontics, including dentistry, oral and maxillofacial radiology, oral and maxillofacial surgery, orthodontics, prosthodontics, periodontology, and other related disciplines. The journal aims to foster a vibrant research community that bridges the gap between different specialties, facilitating knowledge exchange and innovation.
  • Clinical Applications and Case Studies: JAID aims to showcase the practical implications of advanced imaging techniques in clinical dentistry. The journal seeks to publish clinical case studies, outcome evaluations, and clinical trials that demonstrate the effective application of digital imaging technologies in various dental specialties. By presenting real-world scenarios and evidence-based practice, JAID aims to assist clinicians in incorporating these advancements into their routine dental practice.
  • Imaging Technology Reviews and Innovations: JAID aims to provide comprehensive reviews and evaluations of the latest imaging technologies and devices used in digitodontics. The journal seeks to inform readers about the benefits, limitations, and future prospects of various imaging tools. Additionally, JAID welcomes articles that present novel imaging technologies and methodologies, promoting innovation and exploration in the field.

The scope of the Journal of Advanced Imaging in Digitodontics covers a wide range of topics related to the application of advanced imaging techniques in dentistry. The scope of the journal includes, but is not limited to:

  • Cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) in digitodontics
  • 3D imaging and modeling in dentistry
  • Digital radiography and intraoral imaging
  • Intraoral scanning and digital impressions
  • Virtual surgical planning and guided implant placement
  • Computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) in dentistry
  • Artificial intelligence and machine learning in dental imaging
  • Imaging-guided orthodontic treatment planning
  • Imaging applications in periodontology and prosthodontics
  • Comparative evaluations of imaging technologies
  • Radiographic interpretation and diagnostic accuracy studies

Source of Revenue

The journal’s business model is based on collecting publication fees from authors (after the final acceptance). The collected fees are used to cover the costs of managing the peer-review process, article production and other payments required for the publication process (e.g. webhosting, DOI assignment, etc.). Information about the current pricing system can be found on the Publication Fees page.