Guidelines for communications

Submission and deadline


> The communications should only be submitted online, and they should comply with the guidelines in this section.


> The reception period for these communications is until February 29.



Type of communication


> There are three types of communications:


  • OC - Oral Communications
  • PCA - Poster communication type A (with oral presentation)
  • PCB - Poster communication type B (without oral presentation)


> The subjects chosen for organizing these communications are:


  • Diagnosis and planning
  • Reconstructive surgery and implants
  • New technologies in implantology (digital implantology, 3D printing...)
  • Complex cases: posterior mandible, the completely atrophic maxilla
  • Aesthetic section: from extraction to restoration
  • Complications in implantology
  • Immediate loading in implantology
  • Biomateriales, growthfactors, bioengineering applied in implantology
  • Medication-related osteonecrosis of the jaws
  • Peri-implantitis


> If the communication is not related to any of the subjects of the congress, it will be included in the “Miscellaneous” group.





> The title should be in capital letters and it should not take up more than 250 characters.



Authors and work centers


> The author, first author or person making the presentation should be registered at the congress.


> Every author can present an oral communications and two posters (one of each type) as the first author. The author may participate in other communications as co-author.


> If the first author is not presenting the communication, the person presenting it should be a co-author and registered at the congress.


> The maximum number of authors per communication is six (6).


> The names of the authors should appear in lower case and should include one or two surnames, followed by the initial of the name, and the should be separated by a semi-colon. Positions should not be included.


> The names of the work centers of the authors should be added and differentiated by (*) (**), etc. and the city should appear:


  Rodríguez R.(*); Gálvez R (**). (*) Hospital Virgen Macarena, Sevilla; (**) Clínica Puerta de Hierro, Madrid.  


> The name of the author making the presentation should appear in first place.





> The mamixum number of characters in the communication is 15.000 (approximately 2.000 words).


> The abstract should have the following sections:


    > Brief introduction

    > Materials and method or description of the case report

    > Results

    > Conclusions



Abstract acceptance guidelines

> The scientific committee will evaluate the abstract and accept or not the communication. This evaluation will be made anonymously and it will be based on the quality of the data supplied in the abstract. The scientific committee may change the type of communication chosen to another if advisable or necessary.

> The communications that are awarded prizes may be published in the SECOM´s news media, such as webpage or journals, and the author should provide texts an images if required to do so.

> The e-posters will be displayed on tactile 52" screens that will be installed in the space reserved for their exhibition. They sould therefore be submitted following the technical characteristics for e-posters.

> The oral communications may be either Powerpoint or Keynote.



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