Dental Trauma Guide

On behalf of the Dental Trauma Guide team, it is our pleasure to invite you to attend and participate in the 2018 Symposium from 16-18 May 2018 in Copenhagen, Denmark.

The University Hospital of Copenhagen offers two different 2-day symposiums in 2018:
– Diagnosis and Treatment of Tooth Developmental Disturbances

– 6th Copenhagen Trauma Symposium

Registration and further information is found HERE.

Sign up before 31st December 2017 for early bird discount!
All participants receive 1 year free subscription to the Dental Trauma Guide when attending the 2018 Symposium

16th – 17th May 2018: 
Diagnosis and Treatment of Tooth Developmental Disturbances

Normal tooth development is a very complicated process where members of different cellular systems have to timely interact. It is obvious that such processes may go wrong caused by genetic defects such as amelogenesis and dentinogenesis imperfecta or acquired damage by chemotherapy, irradiation or traumas affecting the primary dentition and transmitted to permanent successors. An esthetically compromised dentition may have serious psychosocial implications which will be described.
A group of internationally known specialists in pedodontic, orthodontic and prosthetic dentistry will go through the frequently very extensive and complicated treatment procedures.

Download program HERE.

18th – 19th May 2018: 
6th Copenhagen Trauma Symposium – My trauma treatment failed – why and what do I do?

It has been a general experience that quite many trauma treatments fail leading to premature tooth loss. A series of studies has analyzed the reasons for these failures and shown that many of these can be avoided. In this symposium treatment failures will be described in detail by an international panel of lecturers involved in dental traumatology. Ways to avoid immediate treatment failures will be presented as well as methods to deal with complications when they have actually occurred.

Download program HERE.

We hope to see you at the 2018 Symposium in Copenhagen.


Jens Ove Andreasen (JOA) & Eva Lauridsen (EL)

The team behind The New Dental Trauma Guide 

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