BJO (odontology): New Issue Published

The latest issue of the Bahiana Journal of Odontology has just been published and is available for download free of any charge.

The Bahiana Journal of Odontology (BJO) is a quarterly publication by BAHIANA – School of Medicine and Public Health encompassing papers reporting scientific research on odontology, in its epidemiological aspects, such as diseases prevention and treatment, and public health in general.

Be a reviewer – We would like to highlight that the BJO is a scientific journal published through Open Journal Systems (OJS) as part of the Public Knowledge Project, an initiative to make the scientific knowledge available to the scientific community worldwide. If you are interested in joining our team of reviewers, please send us an email with your academic curriculum.

We are looking forward to your collaboration.

Thank you!


BJO – Vol 8, No 2 (2017) – Table of Contents

Andrea Nóbrega Cavalcanti, Juliana Felippi Azevedo, Paula Mathias

Original Articles

Raphael Lobo de Souza, Ana Rita Duarte Guimarães, Paulo Carvalho Tobias Duarte, Magali Teresópolis Reis Amaral, Hervania Santana da Costa, Raylene Laíse Souza Silva
Jéssica Teixeira Ramos, Geisiane Rodrigues Paes, Maiara Medeiros Ronsani, Thiago Martins Meira

Literature Review

Fabrício da Silva, José Boaventura Zumaêta Costa, Laís Farias Souza, Christiano de Almeida Dultra, Katia Evellyn dos Santos Coutinho
Ana Larisse Carneiro Pereira, Jefferson David Melo de Matos, Ítalo Kennedy Silva Santos, Jeanne Maria Melo de Matos, John Eversong Lucena de Vasconcelos, Viviane Maria Gonçalves de Figueiredo

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