Journal of Aeronautical Dentistry (JAD) (ISSN 0975 - 0576) is presents original, peer-reviewed articles on conditions of the artificial gravity, microgravity, zero gravity and human factors etc. The Journal focuses on techniques and developments in aircrews members facing numerous adverse effects such as head and facial barotraumas (barotrauma-related headache, external otitic barotrauma, barosinusitis and barotitis-media), dental barotrauma (barometric pressure-related tooth injury), barodontalgia (barometric pressure-related oro-dental pain). Special considerations have to be made when planning restorative, endodontic, prosthodontic and surgical treatment to an aircrew patient. Journal of Aeronautical Dentistry presents information relating to advanced development projects aimed at the creation of tools that can be applied to the analysis, design and evaluation of space vehicles and operations, and future space vehicle design concepts. The JAD is first scholarly journal in the world that is publishing the most important work being done in aeronautic dentistry.
Journal of Aeronautical Dentistry is the Peer-Reviewed and Refereed Journal