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WOW DENTISTRY Congress is a one-of-a-kind event that unites the most influential players and advocates in the women’s dental community to showcase and exchange their work on a global scale. We welcome submissions from renowned scientists, researchers, experienced academicians, and anyone who believes in empowering women by supporting fundraising activities.

The call for abstracts ran from JANUARY 30, 2024 until APRIL 30, 2024.

Here are six compelling reasons to submit your abstract and become a part of the WOW program.

-Present your work at an exclusive women’s congress and accelerate progress in the field.
-Share your expertise with a diverse, multi-sectoral audience and gain recognition for your achievements.
-Sketch your struggles and experience, your organization and your impactful achievements on a powerful platform
-Share your personal journey as a professional, entrepreneur, researcher, motivator, woman, daughter, sister, spouse, mother, or any other role you may play.
-Connect with fellow professionals and gain valuable feedback and new insights.
-Exchange best practices and establish meaningful connections with colleagues from all around the world


Dental Aesthetics and Ergonomics

Laser and Cosmetic Dentistry

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

Oral Implantology and Periodontology

Endodontics and Prosthodontics

Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics

Pediatric Dentistry

Restorative and Esthetic Dentistry

Dental Laboratory Technology and CAD/CAM

Dental Hygiene and Nursing

Forensic and Microscopic Dentistry

Hypodontia and Sleep Apnea


-All submissions should be made in English and only through the online submission platform.
-Abstract proposal must be Word document with updated CV and recent photo along with the past presentation AV.
-Abstracts submitted in another language than English will be automatically rejected.
-The abstract must contain at least 1’500 characters and cannot contain more than 3’000 characters (blank spaces, punctuation as well as authors’ affiliation and titles included).
-A prescribed format has been identified for each type of submission format:
>>Scientific studies. Background, aim, methods, results, conclusions.
>>Practice, policy and advocacy reports. Background and context, aim, strategy/tactics, programme/policy process, outcomes, what was learnt (develop any replicability potential).

-Please ensure that your abstract does not contain spelling, grammatical or scientific errors. No corrections are possible after the submission. The abstract will be reproduced exactly as submitted. Please ensure that the abstract is complete. No proofreading will be done.
-Abstracts should meet international ethical standards.
-Abbreviations should be defined.
-All graphics and supporting visuals need to be commented and with an explanatory title.
-The submitting author accepts to declare all of the authors’ conflicts of interest for the last 5 years. An abstract or summary report cannot be accepted if the conflict-of-interest disclosure has not been ticked on the submission form. -If the project or one of the co-authors has a conflict of interest, this must be clearly stated within the submission form and then, later, upon acceptance of the abstract, disclosed within the presentation.
-Each author needs to have authorized the submitter to submit the abstract, and then, later, upon acceptance of the abstract, approved to have it presented at the Congress. The submission system will require co-authors details to notify them of the abstract submission.
-Please ensure to mention all sources of information and references.
-Once you have successfully submitted your abstract, you will receive a confirmation email with an abstract ID number, to use in any communication you might have with the organizers.
Abstracts can be re-edited and modified until you click “submit” for final submission. Once submitted, abstracts cannot be edited.
All abstracts should be finalized and submitted by April 30, 2024 at midnight PST.


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