If you have been diligent and disciplined in your regular habit of visiting your local dentist every year, you may have come across these journals. Just to pass the time, you may have lifted a copy up off the coffee table or side arm but after a passing glance of no more than a minute, you would have discarded it in favor of a popular but dated magazine. Just to pass the time. While you always sensed that your dental health was sound, thanks to your diligence and discipline, your human nature allowed you to remain on your nerves for a few more minutes until the dentist called you in to his surgery.
A light hearted bit of reading banter, rather than poring over an archaic and jargon-filled medical journal, was the best you could do to fray your nerves. Now, while you will still be visiting your local dentist on a regular basis, you will still be turning to the new online version of the journal of clinical dentistry. While in varying degrees it has been commercialized to serve the interest of the trading public, the online journal is a lot easier to follow through.
Nevertheless, archived material and regular updates of peer review papers will continue to be registered in its necessary technical format to serve the interests of the broad-based dental professionals. But due to its commercial tone, reading matter becomes a lot lighter. Alongside of visiting your dentist regularly, you can keep yourself up to date on new organic toothpastes, toothbrushes, dental flosses and mouthwashes that not even your local dentist would have told you about.
And as is your right, you could surprise him with your questions on these new product developments all in the interest of maintaining your good dental health.