Welcome to EOS 2020

You are cordially invited to attend and participate in the 96th Congress of the European Orthodontic Society, which will take place from the 10th to the 14th of June 2020 in Hamburg, Germany.

Prof. Dr. Bärbel Kahl-Nieke
EOS President 2020

Prof. Dr. Jörg Lisson
President DGKFO


Registration Opens2nd September 2019
Abstract Submission Deadline1st December 2019
Application Deadline for the
W J B Houston Research Awards
1st December 2019
Early Bird Registration Deadline1st April 2020

Reasons to attend

  • 1. Latest knowledge

    Get the latest knowledge in the field of orthodontics and dentofacial orthopaedics to bridge the gap between preclinical and clinical research and the daily treatment of patients.

  • 2. Valuable insights

    Gain valuable insights from oral presentations, posters and discussions.

  • 3. Challenges ahead

    Prepare for the advances in orthodontics and dentofacial orthopaedics and the challenges ahead.

  • 4. New developments

    Learn about new developments of innovative treatment options from around the world, while maintaining best practices.

  • 5. Worthwhile interactions

    Spend 4 days in interactions that are really worth your time.

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Networking Programme

june, 2020

10jun18:0021:30Opening Ceremony and Welcome Reception

11jun9:0016:30Altes Land - or where the apples come from

11jun9:3012:30Get to know Hamburg‘s highlights

11jun18:0019:30City Reception

11jun21:302:00Postgraduate Disco Night

12jun9:4014:40Visit to the Airbus factory - how to build a plane

12jun19:000:00President’s Reception

13jun19:3023:00Gala Dinner

14jun9:0015:00Congress Outing and Silver Mill Competition

Meet the Keynote Speakers

Michael Amling, Germany


Bone 2020 – genetics and biomechanics

Hans-Peter Bantleon, Austria


Straight teeth with a minimum of side effects and harm – an update of the Vienna concept

Thomas Beikler, Germany


The impact of orthodontics on periodontal health

Susan Cunningham, United Kingdom


‘It’s not just about the teeth …’

Lorenzo Franchi, Italy


Improving the efficacy of Class II treatment: the role of patient-related factors

Thomas Klit Pedersen, Denmark


Juvenile idiopathic arthritis – an interdisciplinary update

Heike Korbmacher-Steiner, Germany


Orthodontics and orthopaedics – more than just cognates

Bernd Lapatki, Germany


First steps towards clinical force-moment monitoring with telemetric smart brackets – a new-generation fixed appliance

Björn Ludwig, Germany


Failures and errors in orthodontics – how to say sorry

Daniele Manfredini, Italy


Temporomandibular joint and orthodontics

Lorenz Moser, Italy


Missing teeth in the aesthetic zone

Ravindra Nanda, USA


Traditional, state of the art and future concepts in orthodontics

Maja Ovsenik, Slovenia


Does Class III and crossbite early treatment help to improve oral health?

Yijin Ren, Netherlands


More about bone

Raffaele Spena, Italy


Fast lane orthodontics. Is it advisable? ***