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The alternative EAO voice
Welcome to Inspyred, the alternative EAO voice. Launched in September 2013, the aim of Inspyred is to surprise and delight you. EAO members receive a printed copy of Inspyred twice a year, with extra content uploaded to these web pages on a regular basis.
Inspyred features cutting-edge clinical articles, along with the low-down on the EAO annual meeting and VIP information on lectures and courses Inspyred talks to experts and asks them the questions other journals don’t. It has the courage to shout out loud what it is sometimes difficult to say. Inspyred features the new faces from within our world and provides sneak previews of the most sophisticated or innovative technology available for use in our daily practice
And last but not least, Inspyred brings you REAL clinical cases: the complications, the problems we are faced with every day when treating individuals, and the tips and tricks that can overcome or avoid them. Inspyred is not interested in publishing the one ‘perfect’ case we all have performed. Instead it will illustrate what REALLY happens in daily practice
Dr. Isabella Rocchietta
Van de Velde
Prof. Dr. Alberto
Submit an article to Inspyred
Inspyred welcomes articles from clinicians and researchers working in the field of implant dentistry, as well as those whose work brings a new perspective to the field. If you have an article you would like us to consider for publication, please email email@example.com. For more information on how to submit an article, read the author guidelines.
Would you be willing to share an implant failure with your colleagues?
There is a column in Inspyred called ‘wiki-implants’. This is a place where our readers can share photographs and descriptions of their implant failures (you have the choice of being anonymous, if you prefer). Wiki-implants enables you to learn from the problems your colleagues have experienced, but which they may have been unwilling to share previously. A 'wiki' is a website or database developed collaboratively by a community of users. Inspyred aims to create a space where clinicians can talk honestly about the problems they have experienced, so that others can learn how to avoid similar problems and complications in the future. If you would like to contribute to this column, please email details to firstname.lastname@example.org
Inspyred welcomes and encourages questions from readers. Please email us if you have a question that you would like to ask the editorial committee or one of our contributors. We can't guarantee an answer, but we will do our very best to provide one.