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Important Dates:

Extended Abstract Submission
» February 29, 2008

Abstract Acceptance
» March 31, 2008

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» May 15, 2008

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» April 15, 2008

Standard Registration
» June 15, 2008
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June 25-28, 2008
Budapest, Hungary


Invitation of the Congress Chair

Dentistry began to exploit the diagnostic potential of x-rays just two weeks after Roentgen presented his discovery at the University of Wurttemberg. Dental radiography then went on to develop independently, partly through the assistance of dedicated technicians and manufacturers.

Panoramic radigraphy, specifically developed for dentistry, was the next significant advance in imaging technique and was subsequently refined to incorporate different types of digital evaluation.

The most recent innovation in Dento-Maxillo-Facial Radiology is Three Dimentional Imaging of the facial skeleton and skull, which is able to provide quantitative solutions and precise guidance in such diverse dental disciplines as Implantology, Orthodontics, Paedodontics, Oral and especially Reconstructive Surgery, TMJ problems, Prosthetics, and last but not least the rapidly growing speciality of Periodontics.

In order to meet this challenge DMFR should be considered a speciality in every country, with an internationally recognized training pathway and qualifying examinations as well as opportunities for continuing research and development.

The International Association of Dento-Maxillo-Facial Radiology was founded thirty nine years ago in Santiago, Chile followed by the 1st European DMFR Congress in Geneva 19 years later. IADMFR held its 9th Congress in Budapest, Hungary 17 years ago. Thanks to the goodwill of our colleagues Budapest has another chance to act as host in 2008, this time to a European Congress, and to extend the traditional hospitality of this country coupled with an opportunity to exchange new ideas, "brainstorm" new solutions to the imaging revolution posed for instance by Cone Beam CT, as well the chance to view innovative products. The Organizing Committee will endeavour to satisfy every need of the participants. So once again welcome to Hungary!

Levente PATAKY
Chair of the 11th Congress of EADMFR
President of the Dento-Maxillo-Facial Radiological Section
of the Hungarian Dental Association

Invitation of the President of EADMFR

Dear Colleagues and friends,

We invite you to participate to the 11th Congress of the European Academy of Dento-Maxillo-Facial Radiology, which will take place from June 25-28 2008, in Budapest, Hungary. The official website of the Congress is now open for information, registration and abstract submission.

Dr. Levente Pataky and his team are working hard in order to organize an unforgettable European Congress.

The European Academy of Dentomaxillofacial Radiology (EADMFR) was founded in Malmo, Sweden, in 2004 and its interim constitution was approved in 2006, in Leuven, Belgium. For more information regarding the aims, activities and membership opportunities you can access the site » Looking forward to meeting you in Budapest,

Kostas Tsiklakis
President EADMFR
Professor of Oral Diagnosis and Radiology,
School of Dentistry, Athens University
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