A world of possibility and a chance to win $5,000

Who doesn’t need $5,000? Win for your Design of the Future: You don’t need a dental practice to enter the 2016 Incisal Edge Design Awards, as presented by Clarion Financial. In fact, you can’t enter an existing practice. For this one category of the 3rd annual Incisal Edge Design Awards, dentists, dental students, architects and interior designers are asked to envision a workplace for the patients and practitioners of tomorrow.  “Design of the Future” might garner you celebrity status in a national magazine, a one-on-one consultation with an interior design and architecture professional team and $5,000 prize.

ENTRIES FOR THE 2016 CONTEST: Will be accepted through September 25, 2015.

ONE WINNER: Will receive $5,000, a plaque and be featured in the Incisal Edge dental lifestyle magazine’s winter edition. Finalists will also be featured in the magazine.

WHO CAN ENTER? Anyone with a vision of the future, including dentists, architects, interior designers and students in all these professions. Nominees need not be Benco Dental customers.

You may not enter an existing dental office for Design of the Future.

ENTER HERE: https://benco.submittable.com/submit/39803

DETAILS: Design a practice of the future as if money is no object. Sky is the limit! All submissions are welcome, but your chances of winning increase with a more detailed entry. If you’re one of the top three semifinalists in this category selected by judges, we’ll pair you with a team of design professionals who will help give visual life to your idea. Entries for the 2016 contest will be accepted through September 25, 2015.

FOR CONTEST SPECIFICS VISIT: http://www.iedesigncontest.com/entryforms/

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