EuroPerio10 offers best-ever congress programme on periodontology and implant dentistry with 130 top speakers
The EFP invites the global dental community to get together at the EuroPerio10 congress in Copenhagen, Denmark in June, which features an outstanding faculty of more than 130 experts in periodontology, implant dentistry, and other dental and medical specialties
It is a great pleasure to invite you to EuroPerio10 in Copenhagen on June 15-18 2022. The EuroPerio Congress, as you probably know, has established itself as the world’s leading congress in periodontology and implant dentistry. Every three years, another city and another committee is organising that event. This time around, due to the unprecedented COVID-19 situation, we were forced to take proactive measures and postpone the next congress by one year.
Why should I attend EP10?
- EuroPerio is the world’s leading congress in Periodontology and Implant Dentistry
- The congress features a rich and varied scientific programme, featuring interactive sessions, live surgeries and much more
- The programme includes more than 130 top speakers from all over the world who are masters in the field of Periodontology and Implant Dentistry
- The industrial exhibition features the latest products and technologies in the industry
- The poster exhibition presents more than a 1.000 new publications in the field
- It’s the ideal place to meet your friends and colleagues and exchange the latest information
- To sum up, it’s the place to be.
The tenth edition of EuroPerio, the triennial world-leading congress in periodontology and implant dentistry, returns in 2022 after having been postponed from last year because of the Covid-19 pandemic. Organised by the European Federation of Periodontology (EFP, www.efp.org), EuroPerio10 will take place on June 15-18 in Copenhagen, Denmark. It features a top-level scientific programme packed with sessions covering all the latest trends and hottest topics for oral-healthcare professionals, with an outstanding faculty of 135 well-known speakers from over 30 countries in the main programme.
The EuroPerio10 scientific programme not only excels by offering the best researchers, clinicians, and academics in the world of periodontology – it also features a wide variety of innovative formats, including live mucogingival and bone-regeneration surgeries, interactive sessions, “nightmare sessions” (depicting worst-case scenarios when everything goes wrong), video sessions, debates, interviews, symposia, and more.
Considerable attention will be also given to the EFP’s S3-level clinical guidelines on the treatment of periodontitis – the newest guideline, on stage IV periodontitis, will be presented at the congress.
Dentists, periodontists, oral surgeons, orthodontists, prosthodontists, dental hygienists, dental students, dental nurses, and other dental and medical professionals are all offered the option of creating their own itinerary according to their preferences. To help attendees enjoy a better EuroPerio10 experience, the organisers suggest a series of tracks based on their professional profile (specialist, academic, clinician, oral hygiene and prevention, researcher), plus three tracks based on topics (periodontology, implant dentistry, and multidisciplinary).
EuroPerio9 – the highlights
Online registration is available.
Registration for EuroPerio10 is possible at the EFP website (www.efp.org/attendance/registration/) and has been open to all professionals since August last year. “Early-bird” registration offers a substantial discount of 35% compared to last-minute and onsite booking. The deadline for early-bird registration is March 2 and then the regular fees applicable, are still considerably cheaper than after May 19.
Besides the regular programme, registration for EuroPerio10 includes access to a series of sponsored workshops and a networking programme with special events. Abstract presentations, contests, award ceremonies, a major industry exhibition, the EFP Village, and other activities are also keyelements of the congress.
“EuroPerio10 is the main event organised by the EFP and appeals to a large, global audience,” says Lior Shapira, president of the EFP. “The previous editions – EuroPerio8 in London in 2015 and EuroPerio9 in Amsterdam in 2018 – were each attended by around 10,000 attendees from more than 100 countries and have paved the way for a brilliant EuroPerio10.”
“The scientific programme addresses the interests of every member of the dental community and provides them with an updated snapshot of what perio is today,” explains David Herrera, scientific chair of EuroPerio10. “‘We have a great faculty, complete and diverse, addressing the main challenges of our profession with the most engaging session formats.”
“EuroPerio10 will allow the dental community to gather together again for the first time in a long time,” says Phoebus Madianos, chair of EuroPerio10. “So we are proud to have prepared an exciting congress up to the task of bringing dental professionals up to date in terms of knowledge, skills, trends and solutions, but also in terms of personal interaction and networking with colleagues.”
EFP, global benchmark in periodontology
The European Federation of Periodontology (EFP) is a non-profit organisation dedicated to promoting awareness of periodontal science and the importance of gum health. Its guiding vision is “periodontal health for a better life.”
Founded in 1991, the EFP is a federation of 37 national periodontal societies that represents more than 16,000 periodontists, dentists, researchers and oral-health professionals from Europe and around the world. It supports evidence-based science in periodontal and oral health, and it promotes events and campaigns aimed at both professionals and the public.
The EFP organises EuroPerio, the world’s leading congress in periodontology and implant dentistry, as well as other important professional and expert events such as Perio Master Clinic and Perio Workshop. The annual Gum Health Day on May 12, organised by the EFP and its member societies, brings key messages on gum health to millions of people across the world.
The EFP also organises workshops and outreach campaigns with its partners: projects to date have covered the relationship between periodontal disease and diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and caries, as well as women’s oral health during pregnancy.
The EFP’s Journal of Clinical Periodontology is the most authoritative scientific publication in this field. The federation also publishes JCP Digest, a monthly digest of research, and the Perio Insight magazine, which features experts’ views and debates. The EFP’s work in education is also highly significant, notably its accreditation programme for postgraduate education in periodontology and implant dentistry.