Registration is now open for the European Federation of Periodontology’s EuroPerio10 congress, which takes place in Copenhagen, Denmark, from June 15-18, 2022.
The world’s leading congress in periodontology will offer a wide range of presentations, live surgeries, debates, and other events involving the world’s leading researchers and clinicians in periodontology and implant dentistry.
Early booking means discounts of 35% compared to onsite booking. For members of EFP-affiliated national societies of periodontology, the early booking fee is 565€ compared with 725€ regular fee and the 870€ late or onsite fee. Early booking is open until 2 March 2022, regular booking from 3 March to 18 May, and then late/onsite booking from 19 May. All fees include 25% VAT.
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€.
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.
Registration also includes free access to the EuroPerio Series of online educational sessions (offered within EFP Virtual), which take place on the second Monday of each month from September to March 2022. The first of these sessions takes place September 13, 18.00-20.00, with the title “Bone regeneration: the present faces the future”. Chaired by Mariano Sanz (Spain), this session will feature presentations from Istvan Urban (Hungary), Cecile Gjerde (Norway), and Saso Ivanovski (Australia).
The individual sessions, free to those who have registered for EuroPerio10, cost 35€.
David Herrera, EuroPerio10 scientific chair, said: "Do not miss this opportunity of early registration for EuroPerio10, which will give you the chance to attend, for free, the seven sessions of the EuroPerio Series, as a warm-up for the excellent and comprehensive scientific programme at EuroPerio10: bone regeneration, the impact of periodontal treatment on systemic health, adjunctive therapies in periodontal treatment, surgical management of peri-implant diseases, personalised medicine, and periodontal regeneration."