The need for multidisciplinarity in modern dentistry

Mircea Suciu 1
1 University of Medicine and Pharmacy of Tirgu Mures, Romania

It is a privilege to introduce to you Acta Stomatologica Marisiensis Journal a new international journal under the authority of University of Medicine and Pharmacy of Tirgu Mures whose purpose is to promote the topical issues of modern dentistry.
ASMJ wants a multidisciplinary journal that publishes high quality articles in all areas of dentistry, covering a complex area, from cariology to orthodontics, implant dentistry or nanotechnology and medical bioengineering.
A top priority and topical issue for all medical fields is to look at the human body as a unitary complex of biological systems that depend on each other and which are regulated by intrinsic neuroendocrine mechanisms and function as a whole as a computer to maintain the human body’s homeostasis [1].
This requires a multidisciplinary approach and thinking for any disease and supports the detection of risk factors with pathogenic potential, capable of generating the appearance of morbid entities of the stomatognomic ensemble that is manifested by polymorphism, often placing physicians in difficulty in formulating correct diagnoses. These are clearly necessary to establish a proper treatment for each patient.
This approach to dental medicine opens the way for elaborate interdisciplinary collaborations when dealing with a complex oral rehabilitation of clinical cases.