21st Congress of the Hungarian Association of Oral
and Maxillofacial Surgeons
11th International Danubius Congress
It is a great pleasure and honor for me that the XXI. MAÁSZT and the XI. Danubius Congress will be held in Debrecen on 28-30 September 2017. This is the third time that we can host our friends, colleagues and invited guests in the "Cívis City".
Congress topics include evergreen issues, like traumatological-, oncological-, reconstructive surgery, orthopedic dental surgery, dentoalveolar surgery, implantology and preprotectional surgery, with special regard to digital technologies. This year, our congress takes place parallel to the 22nd Conference of the Hungarian Prosthodontic Association. This circumstance makes it possible to discuss issues, affecting both areas of expertise, in common sections.
The professional and scientific program of the conference offers a wide range of professional curiosities not only for the maxillofacial and dentoalveolar surgeons, but also for dentists working in different fields.
Our sponsors and exhibitors will provide comprehensive information on the latest tools, devices, and instruments during the congress.
I hope that in addition to the scientific program, many participants will have a fresh experience of our city, the constantly evolving Debrecen, and return home with pleasant memories.
On behalf of the conference organizing committee, I look forward to welcoming you at Debrecen.
Pál Redl, MD, LDS, PhD
President of the Organizing Committee
22nd Conference of the Hungarian Prosthodontic Association
It is my pleasure to welcome you to our conference website! This year, the 22nd Conference of the Hungarian Prosthodontic Association will be held jointly with the annual Congress of the Hungarian Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons.
We considered important to bring these two events under one roof since there are many areas - eg. CAD-CAM technologies, implantology - surgeons and dentists are also involved in. We believe that this joint event will provide essential and useful knowledge for participants.
On the opening day of our three-day event a training course entitled "Advanced methods in prosthetic dentistry at the beginning of the 21st century" will be held for dentists. On the second day international plenary sessions will take place.
Along with a training course entitled "Actual issues of prosthetic dentistry" also the work of PhD students will be presented as a separate session on the closing day. According to our traditions the "Commemorative Medal for Hungarian Prosthodontics" will be honored during the congress by the Hungarian Prosthodontic Association for outstanding academic and professional performance in the field of prosthetic dentistry.
I hope that our participants will remember with pleasure not only for the scientific lectures, but also for the recreational programs provided by Debrecen, one of the most important medical and thermal tourism centre in Hungary.
Csaba Hegedűs, MD, LDS, PhD
President of the Hungarian Prosthodontic Association