IAP 14th International Biennial Congress - Scientific Program
April 11-13, 2014
A great deal has changed in the world since the International Academy of Periodontology was established in 1985. Our goal since inception has been to improve knowledge and disseminate information about periodontics worldwide. Today, there are more and more innovations and technologies to help us advance our mission. However, our greatest asset remains our members.
With your support, we can expand our base, continue to promote periodontology, and ultimately help improve both treatment and prevention of disease. In the past, previous IAP presidents, officers and members have given their time to lecture and organize meetings and seminars, both in developing and developed countries. An active membership is key to any organization’s success. We hope you will continue to support our efforts globally and spread the word about the benefits of membership in the International Academy of Periodontology.
We look forward to seeing you at our annual meeting! Please visit our conference section to learn more.
Information for Authors
Articles for publication will be considered under the following headings: original research, clinical case reports and review articles relevant to all aspects of periodontology and implantology. Articles must be original and may not have been submitted or accepted for publication elsewhere, with the exception of presentation at a scientific meeting and publication as an abstract.
Highlight: New Association Members Join IAP
Highlight: IAP Executive Director Thomas Van Dyke joins the Forsyth Institute
Book Release: Periodontal Disease and Overall Health: A Clinician’s Guide
IAP Statment: Alcohol in Oral Mouth Rinses
Award: Professor Thomas Van Dyke receives prestigious American Dental Association Award for Excellence in Clinical Research
Award: Professor Hubert Newman honoured at Royal Society
Award: Associate Prof Angela Pack, of Dunedin, is the first woman to be awarded a fellowship of the New Zealand Dental Association in its 95-year history.