Information for Authors
The efforts expended in the Journal of Oral Implantology are directed toward bringing information of interest to scientists, clinicians, laboratory owners and technicians, manufacturers, and educators. This information should include, but need not be limited to, scientific articles, original research, opinions and letters, new product information, brief technical communications, book and article reviews, and abstracts. None of these necessarily represent the opinions or views of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry, the Editors or members of the Board, nor the Institution with which the author(s) are affiliated. Articles are welcomed from all clinicians and scientists. This journal does not necessarily offer approval of products which are advertised within it. All manuscripts will be submitted for peer-review to the Editor, who will assign it to a selected member of the Editorial Review Board, and independent outside review.
Membership in the American Academy of Implant Dentistry is not a prerequisite for submission.
Submitted articles should be for the exclusive publication in the JOI, with the understanding they have not been published elsewhere in any form and will not be submitted elsewhere unless rejected by the JOI. Authors are responsible for all statements made in the article and the veracity of the references cited.
Address manuscripts, correspondence, and editorial inquiries to:
- James L. Rutkowski, DMD, PhD
- 35 South Second Avenue
- Clarion, Pa. 16214
- E-mail: JOI.Editor@rutkowskidmdphd.com
PDF proofs will be sent to the corresponding author, who should send corrections as soon as the PDF is received. These corrections should be returned to the Managing Editor, Beverly Lindeen. Authors may incur additional costs for changes made during the proofs stage. Consult the journal's submission guidelines or contact the Managing Editor for details.
Order forms for reprints will be emailed to the corresponding author shortly before publication of the paper.
Supplements and PubMed
JOI often publishes special issues and supplements. PubMed reviews article abstracts that appear in special issues or supplements with different criteria than regular journal issues. If your article is published in a JOI special supplement, the abstract may be posted in PubMed after the issue is published in print. All articles accepted in JOI first appear as Articles in Press on this journal website.
To learn more about the PubMed supplement review process, please visit http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK3828/.