Providing high-value scientific knowledge about periodontology and implant dentistry to the dental community around the world is one of the EFP’s key aims. 

The EFP Perio Sessions form a core component of the EFP Virtual, and are interactive webinars about important scientific issues in global periodontology and implant dentistry given by leading experts. 

As well as EFP Perio Sessions, EFP Virtual comprises EFP Perio Talks, live conversations between leading periodontal clinicians on social media, and EuroPerioSeries, interactive sessions that will bring insights from previous EuroPrio congresses and from the sister EFP event, Perio Master Clinic. 

Due to unforeseen circumstances, the webinar Guidelines: periodontal treatment Step IV (supportive periodontal care) with Professor Moritz Kebschull will be postponed to October. 

Upcoming webinars

There are currently no scheduled upcoming webinars, please check again later.

EFP Perio Sessions

The EFP launched in April 2020 the EFP Perio Sessions as part of the initiatives to support its members and the dental community during the unprecedented situation created by the COVID-19 pandemic. These webinars share advanced scientific knowledge with periodontists, dentists, researchers, and other dental professionals interested in periodontology and implant dentistry, and are free of charge during the lockdown period.

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EuroPerio Series

After the postponement of EuroPerio10 due to the COVID-Outbreak we are ready to fully embrace The Road to Copenhagen by introducing the new EuroPerio Series. With these online sessions, we are taking virtual education a step further to bring the world of EuroPerio directly to our community all over the world.

The EuroPerio Series serves as a building block until the Europerio10 in Copenhagen. Until then we offer you interactive educational sessions that follow the contents of previous congresses paired with the new topics of the field.

EuroPerio Series Programme

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