The Prize was awarded to Camila Araya (Chile) for the paper entitled “Lighting Smiles: A Prevention Project Made in a Visual Disability School in VIÑA Del Mar, Chile”.
The Finalist Prize was awarded to Christina Castro (Chile) for the paper entitled “Health Education and Fluoride Varnish Application Effect on Dental Caries and Oral Hygiene: A Follow-Up Study”.
The Finalist Prize was awarded to Matheus Perasso (Brazil) for the paper entitled “Collective Actions Internship: Breaking the Walls of Paediatric Dentistry”.
he Prize was awarded to Sanchit Paul (India) for the paper entitled “A Ten-Year Retrospective Study of Odontogenic Facial Cellulitis in a Tertiary Care Children’s Hospital”.
The Prize was awarded to Danielle Gregorio (Brazil) for the paper entitled “Do Prematurity and Primogeneity Influence the Introduction of Processed Foods Containing Sucrose in Infants Diet?”.
The Prize was awarded to Bianca Del Negro (Brazil) for the paper entitled “Traumatic Dental Injuries in Primary Mandibular Incisors: A Longitudinal Study”.
The Prizes for Case Report was awarded to Camila Carillo (Brazil) for the paper entitled “Oral Squamous Cell Carcinoma after Allogenic Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation in a Young Patient” and Andrea Machuca (Peru) for the paper entitled “Pre-Eruptive Intra-Coronal Resorption or Hidden Caries?”.
The Prize for Research Poster was awarded to Hiroyouki Karibe (Japan) for the paper entitled “Geographical Differences in Orofacial Pain Conditions and Daily Activities in Japanese Children”.
The Prizes for Case Report was awarded to Antonella Cavalieri (Chile) for the paper entitled ” Hall Technique, Silver Diamine Fluoride and Resin Modified Glass Ionomer: A Combined Approach to Manage Children with Severe Early Childhood Caries” and Huntae Kim (South Korea) for the paper entitled “Dental Treatment in a Patient with Congenital Panhypopituitarism under General Anesthesia”.