University of Gothenburg presents honorary doctorate to Mariano Sanz
The Sahlgrenska Academy at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden presented an honorary doctorate to Prof Mariano Sanz, chairman of the European Workshop in Periodontology, at a ceremony on October 15.
Ineffectiveness of flossing, a key Prevention Workshop finding, becomes hot topic on social media
One of the key issues discussed at the EFP’s XI European Workshop in Periodontology, which was dedicated to ‘Effective prevention of periodontal and peri-implant diseases’, has become a hot topic on social media.
JCP Digest 03 explores links between socio-economic status and periodontal health
The latest issue of the EFP’s research summary JCP Digest – now available for viewing and download in PDF format from the EFP website – offers an evaluation of rival models for explaining the association between socio-economic status and periodontal health.
Romanian perio society conference puts link between periodontal and systemic diseases under spotlight
The 10th national conference on periodontology staged by the Romanian Society of Periodontology took place on October 5 in Bucharest and was attended by more than 150 periodontists, dentists, and students.
Czech Society of Periodontology hosts two-day perio meeting
The Czech Society of Periodontology held a two-day meeting on October 23 and 24 in the northern city of Liberec, covering a range of subjects in periodontology and implant dentistry.
Swiss and Israeli periodontology departments launch postgraduate student exchange programme
The periodontology departments of the University of Bern in Switzerland and the Hadassah and Hebrew University Medical Center in Jerusalem, Israel, have unveiled a postgraduate exchange programme between the two universities.
JCP Digest 02: German study shows prevalence of periodontitis is still high and suggests extensive need for treatment
The latest issue of the EFP’s monthly research summary, JCP Digest – now available for viewing and download in PDF format from the EFP website – offers an account of research into changes in the prevalence of periodontitis shown by two German population-based studies.