Prague, Czech Republic
3 – 5 September 2015
The European Prosthodontic Association (EPA) was formed in 1976 by a group of European Prosthodontists in Cambridge, during the 23rd Annual Meeting of the British Society for the Study of Prosthetic Dentistry. The first EPA conference was held in 1977 in London, United Kingdom.
The EPA welcomes to its membership anyone with an interest in Prosthodontics. At present we have members from 50 countries all over the world, with a membership of around 700 members.
Each year, in Autumn, the Association holds an annual conference where members and others with an interest in Prosthodontics can meet, and make scientific and clinical presentations with the aim of fostering interest in the study and development of Prosthodontics as a speciality in Europe in its own right.
Prosthodontic Specialisation in Europe
A group of EPA Members and Leaders in Prosthodontic Specialisation met in Copenhagen in 2003 to discuss specialisation in Europe and issued the consensus statement below which has the support of the EPA Council.