25th Congress of the European Association for Cranio Maxillo Facial Surgery
13-16 July 2021 - Paris - France

Abstract Submission Guidelines


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Submission Deadline: March 9th 2020 23.59 CET

Please follow the instructions given on-line, otherwise your abstract cannot be selected for review.


A summary of the guidelines is as follows:

  • The abstract language is English.
  • The text should be not more than 300 words.
  • Diagrams, tables and pictures should not appear in abstracts, only text.
  • The abstract must consist of four paragraphs labelled: Objectives, Materials and Methods, Results and Conclusion.
  • The case reports must consist on a short Summary emphasising the interest.
  • Submission categories:
    • Trauma
    • Oncology
    • Reconstruction
    • Facial Deformity Surgery
    • Cleft Lip and Palate
    • Aesthetics Surgery
    • Skin Surgery
    • TMJ Disorders
    • Oral Surgery/Implants
    • Orthognathic Surgery
    • Others
  • Presentation types:
    • Oral
    • Poster (electronic poster)
    • Case reports (electronic)

Since the abstracts will be judged anonymously, the text should not reveal the institutional affiliation or any of the researchers.

Do not write all the text in CAPITAL LETTERS.

The text and the title should be free from abbreviations, except those commonly used. It should concisely address the problem and the purpose of the study.

The following structure is mandatory:

  • Title: Minimum 3 words / no maximum
  • Keywords: minimum 3 / maximum 7 keywords – chose these so that people can identify your abstract on an electronic search using these words as search terms.
  • Abstract: maximum 300 words in total. All sections are mandatory.
    • Objectives: What is the research question your study aims to answer?
    • Materals and Methods: Outline how the study was conducted.
    • Results: The main findings with numerical data and statistical significance.
    • Conclusion: Discuss your results, briefly describe the principal conclusions drawn from the study.