Dental conference and exhibition offers knowledge, education and contacts
The exhibition and free program for registered visitors is organized by Messukeskus. The training sessions and lectures are organised by the Finnish Dental Society Apollonia.
At the same time Messukeskus hosts an educational event for dental hygienists and dental nurses called Oral Health.
The event has plenty of program and current speakers. This year, the program highlights, for example, the role of kindergartens in dental health and the challenges of dental care for people with intellectual disabilities.
Happy hour Fri 8 Nov
Friday at 4:30 pm the exhibition side will be exchanged for a relaxed Happy Hour.
Come at the end of Friday to drink sparkling drinks with colleagues and industry representatives.
Explore the programme
This year there is a new stage at The Finnish Dental Convention, the Areena stage, which will be filled with current topics. All program at the Areena stage is free for all registered visitors! In addition to the Areena program, there are two free lectures, Hammaslääkäriliitto mukana työn murroksessa (The Finnish Dental Association involved in transition of work) and The Journey to Whole Mouth Health. Explore the whole free programme >>
Apollonia is also organizing three paid precourses in English on 6th Nov in three different locations. The subjects are My Orthodontic Digital Journey, Evidence based treatment planning – Should I choose teeth or implant supported restorations? and Modern endodontic surgery in practice.Read more
The Journey to Whole Mouth Health
The lecture will highlight the public health significance of oral diseases, importance of tackling the social and commercial determinants and requirements for enhancing prevention within clinical settings. Understanding oral health & the role of the oral microbiome. Lecturers: prof. Richard Watt, prof. Phil Marsh and dr. Emanuele CotroneoRead more
Dental erosive wear – the new toothache
Dental erosive wear is a multifactorial condition of growing concern, with a high prevalence, particularly among children and adolescents. Causes of the condition are categorized into acids of extrinsic or intrinsic origin.
Speaker Aida Mulic (DDS, PhD), Senior Scientist, Nordic Institute of dental Materials (NIOM)