National activities · New Classification · Germany
Three perio societies make clinical guidance notes on New Classification available in German
The EFP guidance notes for clinicians on the new classification of periodontal and peri-implant diseases have been translated into German and published by three of the federation’s affiliated national societies of periodontology in German-speaking countries.
Russian perio society creates youth section and holds conference for young scientists
The Russian Society of Periodontology held its first conference for young scientists on October 30 and 31 in St Petersburg within an international dental exhibition and conference.
New classification under spotlight at Turkish perio society congress and symposium
The Turkish Society of Periodontology (TSP) held its 49th international scientific congress and its 28th scientific symposium in Antalya from October 27 to 29, attended by around 300 periodontists, postgraduate students, and dental students.
Czech perio society holds two-day scientific meeting
The Czech Society of Periodontology held a scientific meeting covering a range of issues in periodontal clinical practice over the weekend of October 11-12 in the town of Mikulov in the Moravia region.
Ukrainian perio society presents Perio & Caries project at national congress
The Ukrainian Society of Periodontists presented a report based on the EFP’s Perio & Caries project at the 5th National Ukrainian Dental Congress in Kiev, held on October 18 and 19.
National activities · New Classification · Ukraine
Ukrainian perio society highlights importance of new classification
The importance of the new classification of periodontal and peri-implant diseases was emphasised by the president of the Ukranian Society of Periodontists at the 5th National Ukrainian Dental Congress in Kiev, held on October 18 and 19.
Four francophone perio societies collaborate to translate New Classification guidelines for their members
The EFP guidance notes for clinicians on the new classification of periodontal and peri-implant diseases have been translated into French and published by four of the federation’s affiliated national societies of periodontology in French-speaking countries.