Section edited by Giuseppe Intini
In recent years, several innovations in dental, oral, and craniofacial sciences have been commercialized, transforming clinical practice in the United States and throughout the world. These innovations have been supported by translational research in the fields of tissue regeneration, implantology, biomaterials, computer sciences, informatics, bioinformatics, and genetics. The Translational Craniofacial and Dental Medicine section, by disseminating novel research studies, aims to foster new discoveries in the field of Craniofacial and Dental Medicine.
We are interested in research that investigates innovative approaches in all craniofacial and dental specialties, including oral medicine and oral pathology. We will consider studies regarding therapeutic approaches for treatment of diseases and for tissue regeneration, biomaterials for restorative prosthesis and implantology, diagnostic tools, imaging, and large data analysis. Translational genomics and precision medicine studies that identify novel prognostic markers, tailored interventions, and prophylactic approaches are also welcome.