The following contributions will be accepted for publication. Please take careful note of the maximum lengthwhere applicable. Over length articles will be returned to the authors without peer review:
- Editorials(commissioned by the editor)
- Clinical papers:no more than 2000-3000 words and 10-20 references
- Researchpapers: no more than 2000-2500 words and 15-20 references
- Reviewpapers - no limit on length or number of references (in case of invited reviews) and 1500-2500 words with 15-25 references
- Technicalnotes (surgical techniques, new instruments, technical innovations) - no more than 1000words, 5-10 references and 4 figures
- Case reports- no more than 750-1500 words, 10-15 references and 5 figures
- Letters tothe editor - please see detailed guidelines provided at the end of the main guide forauthors
- Generalannouncements. Please note: Case reports will be considered for publication only if theyadd new information to the existing body of knowledge or present new points of view on knowndiseases.
- Criteriafor PublicationPapers that will be considered for publication should be:
- It should be basedon a sound hypothesis and an adequate investigation method analyzing astatistically relevant series, leading to relevant results that back the conclusion.
- Well writtenin simple, scientific English grammar and style.
- Presented with a clearmessage and containing new information that is relevant for the readership ofthe journal. Note the comment above relating to case reports.
- Presentationof Manuscripts
- GeneralPoints Papers should be submitted in journal style.
- Failureto do so will result in the paper being immediately returned to the author and may lead tosignificant delays in publication.
- Spellingmay follow British or American usage, but not a mixture of the two.
- FormatPapers should be set out as follows, with each section beginning on a separate page:
ü Title page
ü Captions to illustrations
Please note that the qualifications of the authors will not be included in the published paper and should not belisted anywhere on the manuscript.
The title page should give the following information:
- Title ofthe article
- Fullname of each author
- Nameand address of the department or institution to which the work should be attributed
- Name,address, telephone and fax numbers, and e-mail address of the author responsible forcorrespondence
- Sourcesof support in the form of grants
- Keywords. If the title is longer than 40 characters (including spaces), a short title should besupplied for use in the running heads.
- Abstract200-250 words maximum.
Do not use subheadings or abbreviations; write as a continuous paragraph, Must contain all relevantinformation including Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results, Discussion and Conclusion.
There should be no mention of the institution where the work was carried out, especially in the Materials andMethods section.
- Presentfirst the nature and scope of the problem investigated
- Reviewbriefly the pertinent literature
- Statethe rationale for the study
- Explainthe purpose in writing the paper
- Statethe method of investigation and the reasons for the choice of a particular method
- Shouldbe written in the present tense Materials and Methods
- Givethe full details, limit references
- Should be written inthe past tense
- Includeexact technical specifications, quantities and generic names
- Limit thenumber of subheadings, and use the same in the results section
- Mentionstatistical method
- Donot include results in this section Results
- Donot describe methods
- Presentresults in the past tense
- Presentrepresentations rather than endlessly repetitive data
- Use tableswhere appropriate, and do not repeat information in the text Discussion
- Discuss- do not recapitulate results
- Pointout exceptions and lack of correlations. Do not try to cover up or 'fudge' data
- Showhow results agree/contrast with previous work
- Discussthe implications of your findings
- Stateyour conclusions very clearly
- Headingsenhance readability but should be appropriate to the nature of the paper. They should bekept to a minimum and may be removed by the Editors.
- Normallyonly two categories of headings should be used: Major ones should be typed in capitalletters;
- Minorones should be typed in lower case (with an initial capital letter) at the left hand margin.Quantitative analysis:
- Ifany statistical methods are used, the text should state the test or other analytical method applied,basic descriptive statistics, critical value obtained, degrees of freedom, and significance level, e.g.(ANOVA, F=2.34; df=3,46; P<0.001).
- Ifa computer data analysis was involved, the software package should be mentioned. Descriptivestatistics may be presented in the form of a table, or included in the text.
- Abbreviations,symbols, and nomenclature: Only standardized terms, which have been generallyaccepted, should be used.
- Unfamiliarabbreviations must be defined when first used.
- Patientsshould not be automatically designated as 'she', and doctors as 'he'.
- Referencesthe accuracy of references is the responsibility of the author; please refer to a recentissue of the journal to familiarize you with the reference style.
- All authorsor groups of authors cited in the article must appear in the list of references and viceversa. References in the text should use (1) numerals with or without the name(s) of the author(s):"Kenneth and Cohen (14) showed?", "it has been shown14 that?" When a cited paper has more thantwo authors; the citation in the text should appear as "Halsband et al."
- The list of referencesat the end of the paper should be arranged as they appear in the article andnumbered, and must contain the name of all authors.
- Allreferences cited in the text must be included in the list of references. Clinical and researcharticles should have a maximum of 15-20 references and case reports no more than 5-10.
- Whenciting a paper which has a Digital Object Identifier (DOI), use the following style:
- ToschkaH, Feifel H. Aesthetic and functional results of harvesting radial forearm flap. Int J OralMaxillofac Surg 2001: 30: 45-51. doi: 10.1054/ijom.2000.0005
- Book/monograph:Costich ER, White RP. Fundamentals of oral surgery. Philadelphia: WBSaunders, 1971: 201-220. Book chapter: Hodge HC, Smith FA. Biological properties of inorganicfluorides. In: Simons JH, ed.: Fluorine chemistry. New York: Academic Press, 1965: 135. Internetresource: International Committee of Medical Journal Editors.
Tables should be used only to clarify important points. Double documentation in the form of tables andfigures is not acceptable.
Do not submit tables as photographs.
A short descriptive title should appear above each table, with any footnotes suitably identified below. Care must be taken to ensure that all units are included. Ensure that each table is cited in the text.
All illustrations (e.g. graphs, drawings or photographs) are considered to be figures, and should be numberedin sequence with Arabic numerals. Each figure should have a caption, typed double spaced on a separatepage and numbered correspondingly. The minimum resolution for electronically generated figures is 300 dpi.
All line illustrations should present a crisp black image on an even white background (127 x 178 mm (5 x 7in), or
no larger than 203 x 254 mm (8 x 10 in).
The size of the lettering should be appropriate, taking intoaccount the necessary size reduction.
Photographs And Radiographs:
Photomicrographs should show magnification and details of any staining techniques used. The area(s) ofinterest must be clearly indicated with arrows or other symbols. Colour images are encouraged.
Figures supplied in colour will appear in colour in the online version of the journal.
Size of photographs: The final size of photographs will be: (a) single column width (53 mm), (b) doublecolumn width (110 mm), (c) full page width (170 mm). Photographs should ideally be submitted at the finalreproduction size based on the above figures.
Where illustrations must include recognizable individuals, living or dead, great care must be taken to ensurethat consent for publication has been obtained. If identifiable features are not essential to the illustration,please indicate where the illustration can be cropped.
Significant changes to the article as accepted for publication will only be considered at this stage withpermission from the Editor. We will do everything possible to get your article published quickly andaccurately.
Therefore, it is important to ensure that all of your corrections are sent back to us in one communication:please check carefully before replying, as inclusion of any subsequent corrections cannot be guaranteed.Proofreading is solely your responsibility.
Within three days from the date of manuscript submission.Authors of accepted papers would be informed about the review results after completion of the review process.
- Payments for publication:
Acocunt details will send in the acceptance mail , you can pay through bank , Online Banking. Othe countirs people can use Paypal, Account Transfer,Wester Union Money transfer,etc. Send the transaction number (if online) or scanned copy of challan.
6.Publication of Manuscripts:
Manuscripts will be update periodically after payment process.
- Certificate Dispatching:
Certificate will dispatch to the authors as per their wish (Soft/Hard Copy).
- Hard copy of the Journal:
Hard copy of the journal will place in the end of every issue.