The journal of dentistry has been accessible to all for quite some time. You never needed to be a licensed dental practitioner or pharmaceutical company sales representative to acquire the information you may have been looking for. But you may have been reluctant to do so in any case. Because this would have meant visiting your local public library where you may, or may not have been able to obtain an up to date journal reference. The trouble with these journals, if you could find them, is that they were rather voluminous. But the online journal of clinical dentistry to which you already have access to is also voluminous.
Only the thing is, these volumes are now easily managed and navigated. It may even be a lot more resourceful than your local library’s existing archives. More than likely, they are, and they are also, by far, up to date. While it may seem to be such a shame that government departments across the board are unwilling to invest more in these public institutions, it is nevertheless far-reaching and positive that the online resources are not about to let its stakeholders down. The online journal of dentistry or clinical dentistry is now servicing all stakeholders. They are servicing the dental practitioners.
They are servicing the dental technologists, the people who design and build your implants or dentures, following the specifications given by your dental practitioner. They are servicing the pharmaceutical companies who need to keep dental surgeries well stocked. They are also serving the companies tasked with the design and manufacture of the dental service industry’s handheld tools and all other medical equipment. The online resources are also a great area for research work carried out by academics and dental students.