The Oral Reconstruction Foundation Research Award 2016/2017 is open for entries in the fields of implant dentistry and oral reconstruction.

The Oral Reconstruction Foundation (former the Camlog Foundation) is proud to announce the continuation of its renowned Research Award.

The Research Award is presented every two years and is open to all young, talented scientists/researchers and dedicated professionals from universities, hospitals and practices.

The Oral Reconstruction Foundation sponsors research projects, of basic and applied research, as well as training and further education in the field of implant dentistry and related areas.

Furthermore, it supports the promotion of scientific exchange between universities, practitioners and the industry in the field of implant dentistry and related areas.

Clinical research and teaching are focal points, in particular for the benefit of patients. The support of young talents is a central interest of the Foundation.

Award entry

For entry to the Reconstruction Foundation Research Award 2016/2017, submitted scientific papers must be published or accepted for publication in English in a peer-reviewed journal.

They must address one of these topics in implant dentistry, oral reconstruction or related areas:

  • Diagnostics and planning
  • Hard- and soft-tissue management
  • Sustainability of implant-supported prosthetics
  • Physiological and pathophysiological aspects
  • Advances in digital procedures.

The winner of the Oral Reconstruction Foundation Research Award 2016/2017 will have the opportunity to present his/her work to a wider audience, at the Oral Reconstruction Global Symposium, which takes place in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, 26-28 April 2018.

Furthermore, the authors of the three best contributions will receive attractive cash prizes (10,000, 6,000 and 4,000, respectively).

The entry conditions and the mandatory registration form can be downloaded from www.orfoundation.org/awards. The registration deadline is 30 November 2017.


For more information about the Oral Reconstruction Foundation and its research award, visit the website at https://orfoundation.org, or email [email protected].