Aims of the Hellenic Society of Periodontology

The aims of the Hellenic Society of Periodontology include the improvement of science of dentistry in general and more specifically the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of periodontal diseases in order to improve the oral health oh the population. Specific aims are :

  1. Improvement of Periodontology in Greece.
  2. Periodontal treatment of high quality for the benefit of the general population.
  3. Research and education in order to improve oral health in general and the prevention of periodontal diseases, from members of the Hellenic Society of Periodontology, with the aim of improvement of Periodontology.
  4. Association of Greek dentists with relevant international societies and organizations, such as the European Union, World Health Organization, which are dealing with Periodontology.
  5. Every relevant aim.

The Hellenic Society of Periodontology seeks fullfilment of its purposes with every legal mean and more specific with :

  1. Organization of meetings, symposia, seminars, clinical hands on meetings, and conferences with the participation of Greek and international scientists in subjects related to Periodontology, Dentistry and Medicine.
  2. Invitation of international scientists in order to present interesting scientific subjects to members and non members of the Hellenic Society of Periodontology.
  3. Publication of scientific papers in journals and editorials in newspapers and magazines or interviews in the mass media.
  4. Publication of Periodontologica Analecta a scientific journal, which will publish scientific papers of members and non members and the activities of the Hellenic Society of Periodontology.
  5. Publication of other journals related to Periodontology and Dentistry.
  6. Organization of research, studies and programmes related to Periodontology in co-operation with the Greek state, Greek Universities, Greek scientific societies, Greek labor unions, and collaboration with relevant global organizations such as the World Health Organization (WHO), the European Union (EU), the European Federation of Periodontology (EFP) or other scientific societies.