Eighteen EFP national societies take Oral Health and Pregnancy to the local level
The second stage of the Oral Health and Pregnancy project is now well into its second stage as most of the 30 national societies of periodontology affiliated to the EFP are preparing their own projects based on the material.
EFP launches global contest for single-case reports, with winner to be chosen at EuroPerio9
Periodontists and other dental professionals from across the world are invited to take part in a competition for the best single-case report that covers any aspect of periodontology, including dental implants, aesthetics, and interdisciplinary cases with a significant periodontal component.
Short or long dental implants? JCP Digest weighs up the evidence
One of the most controversial debates in contemporary implant dentistry concerns the relative merits of short implants compared with more traditional longer implants.
EFP welcomes Geistlich and GSK as new partners
The EFP has two new partners to help support its work in promoting periodontal health to the public and policymakers, as it seeks to put into practice its strategic vision of “periodontal health for a better life.”
EFP and its national societies launch photo competition with winners to be showcased at EuroPerio9
The EFP has launched a competition through its affiliated national societies of periodontology to find the best dental photographs – and the winners will be highlighted at EuroPerio9 in Amsterdam in June.
Video interviews and infographic add depth and clarity to Perio & Caries campaign
The recently launched Perio & Caries website – created by the EFP to highlight the twin challenge of gum disease and tooth decay – contains a series of video interviews with experts and an attractive infographic that clearly explains the issues involved.
EFP launches awareness campaign on caries and gum disease
The EFP has launched an ambitious awareness campaign about the relationship between dental caries and periodontal disease – the most common non-communicable diseases in humans and the leading causes of tooth loss.