The deadline for early registration for the EuroPerio10 congress – with a substantial discount of 35% compared to onsite booking – is fast approaching.
Booking by March 2 means that members of EFP-affiliated national societies of periodontology pay €565 compared with the €725 regular fee and the €870 late or onsite fee.
The fees for non-EFP members are €725 (early), €870 (regular), and €990 (late/onsite), and the respective fees for dental hygienists are €415, €520, and €645, while those for students, dental assistants, and nurses are €275, €330, and €395.
EuroPerio10 takes place in Copenhagen, Denmark, from June 15-18, offering a wide range of presentations, live surgeries, debates, and other events involving the world’s leading researchers and clinicians in periodontology and implant dentistry.
More than 130 speakers from over 30 countries will be taking part in the main programme, which features a wide variety of formats – including live surgery, debates, interactive sessions, video sessions, and symposia – and sessions tailored for different audiences from academics and specialists to clinicians and hygienists.
Several sessions will be devoted to the EFP S3-level clinical practice guideline for the treatment of periodontitis stages I-III and the forthcoming guideline on the treatment of stage IV of the disease.
Registration includes access to the entire scientific programme (including sponsor sessions), all conference materials, admissions to the exhibition, attendance at the opening and welcome receptions and official coffee breaks, as well as a certificate of attendance (including reference to CPD credits), and a public-transportation ticket valid from June 15 to 18.
EuroPerio Series: personalised medicine and regeneration
Registration also includes free access to the EuroPerio Series of online educational sessions (offered within EFP Virtual). The next session of this series takes place on Monday 14 February (18.00-20.00 CET) with the focus on how personalised medicine can help patients with periodontal and peri-implant diseases.
The session, chaired by Bruno Loos, will feature contributions from Niki Moutsopoulos on the host response, Egija Zaura on the microbiome, and Mariano Sanz on the use of personalised medicine in the management of periodontal diseases.
The final EuroPerio Series session, on 14 March, will put the spotlight on new concepts and approaches in periodontal regeneration. It will be chaired by Leonardo Trombelli and the speakers will be Sandro Cortellini, Anton Sculean, and Serhat Aslan.