The scientific programme is divided into four topics: genetics and orthodontics, occlusion - stability and the temporomandibular joint (TMJ), lingual orthodontics and free topics. Genetics is a field of research and progress for the future of orthodontics. Many unanswered questions will find their solutions in genetic research, including the question of growth potential and its prediction. Occlusion, stability and the TMJ are at the heart of our concerns. By giving the necessary time to these subjects and sharing the experience of prestigious keynote speakers, we will enrich ourselves with new data. Lingual orthodontics is a more clinical topic involving digital technology. Mastering these advances will result inimmeasurable improvement whatever our practices may be. Free topics will be, as usual, the expression of the creative spirit and the most advanced research in our specialty.
The EOS probably provides information at the highest scientific level this is reflected in thethe quality of the conferences. Not only through the Keynote Speakers, who are at the cutting edge of research, but also by the oral presentations selected rigorously and impartially from a huge number of abstracts. This approach is the key to a success that does not fade from year to year.