The 2015 Irish Dentistry Awards tipped the scale this year, with big wins, glamorous guests, new categories and primetime viewing on national TV.
But it’s time to take it one step further, as we introduce even more new categories and refresh old ones in a bid to recognise and reward the oustanding achievements of dental professionals across the Republic and Northern Ireland.
New this year
New for 2016 is Irish Dentistry’s Rising Star Award, recognising a student or newly qualified dentist under 30 who has shown significant achievement in their career to date.
Also new this year are Best High Technology Practice, Best Referral Practice, Most Improved Practice, Best Child Friendly Practice and Best Treatment of Nervous Patients.
Read more about the 2016 categories and guidelines on our dedicated awards site here. The guidelines have been put together after an extensive review of the categories from the judging panel and awards team.
How to enter
Choose your category. Then pre-register your entry by 31 July to receive an early bird discount of €30 per category – 50% off the standard price!
For each category, submit up to 750 words explaining why you, your team or your practice are contenders for your chosen category, using any, or a combination of, the listed guidelines.
The full closing deadlne for the 2016 Irish Dentistry Awards is 14 September 2015. The standard entry fee after 31 July will be €60 per category. For more information or to request an entry pack, please contact Crystal Edwards on +44 (0) 1923 851742, email [email protected] and or visit awards.irishdentist.ie.
So without further ado, here are the categories for the 2016 Irish Dentistry Awards.
Ensure you read the guidelines for each category before preparing your entry.
- Best New Practice
- Most Attractive Practice
- Best Patient Care
- Most Improved Practice
- Best Employer
- Best Child Friendly Practice
- Best Treatment of Nervous Patients
- Best Referral Practice
- Best High Technology Practice
- Best Team
- Most Invaluable Team Member
- Best Community/Charity Project
- Irish Dentistry’s Rising Star Award
- Practice of the Year – Connaught/Leinster/Munster/Ulster