Guidelines for Poster Presentation

ECO POSTERS; The conference being one of its kind and an ecofriendly conference, the posters would be printed in paper/cloth and displayed in 5x5 feet sizes throughout strategic locations in the venue, the cost of printing, fixing and removing the posters will have to be borne by the author. An approximate estimated cost of Rs 1000/-(one thousand only) is expected. Once approved, a DD in favor of “50th IDA KSDC” may be sent to MAXILLOFACIAL DIAGNOSTICS, 2nd FLOOR, CHAMMANY TOWERS and KALOOR-17
1.Abstract shall not be longer than 150 words.
2. Abstract title must be less than 10 words and express the research essence
3. No tables, charts or graphics shall be included in the abstracts.
4. Abstract body shall not include any indication of the personal details of authors.
5. Avoid reference to institution names, locations, or funding sources in the abstract.
6. Only the author is allowed to present at the conference.
7. Maximum of one co-author is allowed per abstract.
8. The authors must have registered for the 50thKSDC, to be eligible to present the article.
9. Certificate of participation will be presented to the Co-authors too.
10. Only one submission per author is permitted for the competition.
11. Do not submit on-going studies, or abstract with incomplete result or conclusion.
12. Abstracts will be rejected if the above rules are not met.
13. The abstract should not been submitted and accepted at another national or international scientific meeting.
14. Matter to be submitted in .cdr format (COREL DRAW FORMAT)
15. Only the name of the author and Co-author may be displayed at the lower right corner of the poster. No other details will be entertained
Dental students can apply under any one of the following categories:
Undergraduate dental students (including interns)
Post- graduate dental student.
Topics and subtopics
General Dentistry and Oral Health a. Oral Health & Systemic Health
b. Digital Dentistry
c. Gerodontology
d. Special Care Dentistry
Preventive Dentistry
a. Caries Prevention
b. Periodontology
c. Epidemiology
d. Orthodontics
e. Public Health
f. Pedodontics
Dental Treatment & Restorative Dentistry
a. Caries
b. Periodontics
c. Endodontics
d. Pedodontics
e. Materials
f. Esthetics
g. Prosthetics
h. Dental Erosion & Non-caroius Lesions
Oral Surgery & Oral Medicine a. Implantology
b. Oral Surgery
c. Oral Medicine
d. Oral Pathology
e. Oral Immunology
f. Forensic Odontology
Tobacco Intervention Initiative
a. Preventive
b. Interceptive
c. Corrective
Oral Cancer
a. Preventive
b. Interceptive
c. Corrective
Medical & Dental Emergencies
a. Overview & Classification
b. Management
Management of children
a. Preventive
b. Interceptive
c. Corrective
Cleft lip/Cleft palate
a. Preventive
b. Interceptive
c. Corrective
a. Armed forces dental support
b. Dental combat services
c. Disaster management
d. Treatment of injuries & rehabilitation
*TMJ Management, LASERS, Dental Radiology
a. Time management
b. Fitness
c. Ergonomics
Forensic Odontology a. Forensic application in dentistry
b. Victim identification
c. Age & sex determination
Sports Dentistry
a. Preventive
b. Interceptive
c. Corrective
Public health (national oral health observation)
a. Preventive
b. Interceptive
c. Corrective
Abstract Format
The abstract should be formulated under the following headings:
Aim or purpose :
In one brief sentence, provide the rational for the investigation and/or the question to be answered.
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 abstract. (Case study can be written under the heading: Introduction, Case Report, Discussion, Conclusion)
Criteria for abstract selection;
The decisions in this regard taken by the scientific committee are binding and final.
Abstract acceptance letters will be sent to the submitting author’s contact e-mail address he/she entered in the system. All abstracts to be mailed to on or before 20th December 2017.
By the judges/reviewers is based on
  • Scientific or Clinical interest in the question to be assessed
  • Sufficient data provided
  • Innovation
  • Clinical impact