Abstract Submission Portal


Abstracts must be submitted by 03 April 2024
Abstract notification emails will be sent by the congress organizer by 17 May 2024
The date and time for your presentation will be specified by the congress organizer by 8 June 2024
Presenting authors must pre-register for the congress by 20 June 2024
e-posters must be uploaded in the system by 20 August 2024
Accepted abstracts will be published in FDI International Dentistry Journal (IDJ) supplement (ISSN: 0020-6539) on 22 November 2024

Abstract submission rules

  1. Abstracts must be submitted via the online abstract submission site. Faxes, photocopies or emailed copies will not be accepted.
  2. Abstracts must be submitted with the formatting as stipulated in these Guidelines or they will not be accepted
  3. All abstracts must be prepared and presented in English only
  4. Abstracts will be reviewed as submitted by the abstract deadline. No changes to abstract text, including correcting typographical errors, incorrect data, etc. will be permitted after this date
  5. If the abstract is saved as draft, abstract authors can edit or withdraw their abstracts until the submission deadline
  6. Abstracts cannot be edited once they’ve been submitted
  7. Authors may submit up to 3 abstracts but present only 1 abstract (for example: 1 abstract as presenting author and 2 abstracts as co-author)
  8. The submitting author must receive the approval of all co-authors before including their names on the abstract
  9. One author must be identified as the presenting author
  10. Abstracts of unfinished research will not be evaluated
  11. Previously published abstracts (in print or any electronic format) or those presented at another meeting are not allowed
  12. The submitting author must disclose any personal or co-author potential conflict of interest
PLEASE NOTE: Once you submit an abstract, you will no longer be able to edit your submission.

Presentation & Research types

  • Authors can submit abstracts for Oral Presentations or Posters (e-posters format). However, the final presentation type of the accepted abstract is under the discretion of the congress scientific committee.
  • Projects being reported must be Original studies or Case reports. No literature reviews will be accepted.

Original Study Abstracts


  • Title
    Abstract title must be less than 10 words. The initial letter of the title must be capitalized.
    It should express the research essence (concise summary) and should convince the reader that the topic is important, relevant, and innovative.
  • Aim or purpose
    In one brief sentence, provide the rational for the investigation and/or the question to be answered, with or without short citation(s). Citations should be listed and provide the name and initials of authors (max 3), title of article, title of journal, year of publication, the volume number and first and last page numbers in full. 
  • Materials and methods
    The experimental conditions should be reported briefly (i.e. age group, nature of the animals, sex, and approval from the Ethics Committee at the presenter’s institution). The clinical approach should be precise, and the period of time studied taken into account in the interpretation. The methods used should also be clearly indicated (i.e. image analysis, biochemical data, histological, immune-histological or molecular probes used for the analysis of the data, statistical significance). 
  • Results
    The results should be stated in a maximum of three sentences.
  • Conclusions
    This is any conclusion(s) that can be drawn from the presentation. This final statement is crucial because it supports the scientific value of the poster.

Evaluation criteria:

The evaluation by the reviewers is based on the following criteria:

  • Originality of research
  • Research methodology
  • Results & analyses
  • Clinical applications
  • Is the research presented clearly and legibly?

Case Report Abstracts


  • Title
    Abstract title must be less than 10 words. The initial letter of the title must be capitalized.
    It should express the research essence (concise summary) and should convince the reader that the topic is important, relevant, and innovative. It is not necessary to describe everything about the case in the title.
  • Introduction
    The case report abstract begins with a short introduction. It describes the context of the case and demonstrates its relevance or importance.
  • Case Description
    Case Reports needs to represent treatment (new or novel) approaches to dealing with specific clinical problems. When reporting the case, comply the essential guidelines of medical/dental communication; describe in sequence the medical and/or dental history, physical examination, investigative study(studies), and the progress and outcome. Product trade names used in the case treatment must be accompanied by a generic term, and followed by the manufacturer in parentheses.
  • Discussion
    The principal objective of the discussion is to review why decisions were made and summarize the lesson from the case. Clinical Considerations should be included by a brief description of the clinical materials and techniques employed. Not uncommonly, reports from the literature, or their absence, are cited that either directly support or contradict the findings of the case. The best case report abstracts are those that give a small number of learning points in clear and concise language.
    Conclusion/clinical significance:
    In a few sentences, the clinical importance and implications of the research or clinical technique should be discussed and included, and if applicable, its relevance to clinical dentistry.

Evaluation criteria

The evaluation by the reviewers is based on the following criteria:

  • Novelty of the idea
  • Methodology of treatment
  • Treatment of results 
  • Significance in clinical practice
  • Is the work presented clearly and legibly?


Each author should be added separately to the submission to ensure proper listing.
Enter first (given) name, and last (family/surname) name for each author, contact details plus institution/affiliation. Please do not list the department/branch in the Author Affiliations field.

Contact Information: FDI will only correspond with the presenting author listed on the abstract regardless of who may have submitted the abstract. Thus, make sure to include a correct email address of the presenting author in the field “Primary Email”.

PLEASE NOTE: All communication between FDI and authors will take place via email. The email address used will be the one supplied when submitting the abstract for the PRESENTING AUTHOR. Please make sure that you enter a valid, long-term email address for the PRESENTING AUTHOR so that you will receive all important notices that are sent from FDI regarding your abstract and presentation during the congress.

If you have any special requests or if you wish to request that abstracts be scheduled on a specific date, please enter this information in the “Special Request” box when submitting your abstract online. FDI will NOT change presentation dates/times to accommodate your schedule or requests made after submission. Please note that it may not be possible to accommodate all special requests, but we will do our best when scheduling the abstracts

Format is e-poster, not paper poster (Posters will be display on screens, not on boards).

Notification of Acceptance/Non acceptance

  • Abstract notification emails will be sent by 15 May 2024.
  • Abstract notification emails will be sent to the presenting author’s e-mail address entered in the system.
  • All accepted abstracts will be highlighted in the system and authors will be able to monitor the actual situation of their abstracts after 15 May 2024.

Presenter pre-registration and presence

Presenting authors are required to pre-register for the congress before 20 June 2024. Failure to pre-register by this date will result in the withdrawal of the abstract.

Oral Presentations authors are required to present their work as follows:

  • Time limit for each presentation: 10-12 minutes maximum, with slides, followed by Q&A.
  • The date and time for your presentation (in-person or online) will be specified by the congress organizer before 8 June 2024.

e-Posters authors are required to present their work as follows:

  • e-posters (pdf format) must be uploaded in the system before 1 September 2024.
  • Time limit for each presentation: 8 minutes maximum, followed by Q&A, in front of Poster.
  • The date and time for your presentation will be specified by the congress organizer before 8 June 2024.

Poster competition:
A Poster competition awarding the best poster of each abstract topic (4) will be organized prior to the congress. The 4 winners (presenting authors) will be notified by email.

Awards consist of:

  • a certificate
  • an invitation to present the poster during the online Best Poster Award Ceremony organized during the congress
  • a free registration for the 2025 FDI World Dental Congress

Certificate of Participation

Certificates will be sent after the congress.
For any assistance, please contact the Congress Management Team at fdi@opteamist.com  if you have any questions.  


1. General Dentistry  
1.1 Oral Health and Systemic Health 
1.2 Digital Dentistry 
1.3 Gerodontology 
1.4 Special Care Dentistry 
1.5 Others 

2. Preventive Dentistry 
2.1 Caries prevention 
2.2 Prevention of Periodontal diseases 
2.3 Epidemiology 
2.4 Interceptive Orthodontics 
2.5 Public Health 
2.6 Dental erosion and non-carious lesions 

3. Dental Treatment & Restorative Dentistry 
3.1 Caries 
3.2 Periodontics 
3.3 Endodontics 
3.4 Pedodontics 
3.5 Dental Biomaterials
3.6 Esthetics 
3.7 Prosthodontics 

3.8 Orthodontics 

4. Oral Surgery, Medicine and Cancer 
4.1 Implantology 
4.2 Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
4.3 Oral Medicine 
4.4 Oral Microbiomics
4.5 Oral Pathology 
4.6 Oral Immunology