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Prague to host International Congress of Veterinary Dentistry

This year, for the first time, Prague will host the International Congress of Veterinary Dentistry which will attract more than 500 experts from all continents, primarily from Europe, North and South America, Australia, as well as from Asia and Africa. From 23rd to 26th May, Clarion Congress Hotel Prague will provide venue for the joint congress WVDC/ECVD 2013 which will combine the 22nd European Congress of Veterinary Dentistry and 12th World Veterinary Dental Congress.  The event is organized by Senator Meetings & Incentives agency.

“The European Association, who has been organizing these congresses for more than 20 years in various European cities, contacted us at one of previous congresses and offered us to organize their congress in Prague in 2013. They noticed the high attendance of Czech veterinarians and their active interest in this field. Of course, we accepted the challenge with pleasure,” explains the president of the Czech Veterinary Dental Society Dr. Tomáš Fichtel.

The meeting will focus on topical information from all fields of veterinary dentistry, periodontology and dental surgery being dominating specialties. The attention will be also paid to the dentistry of horses, small rodents and exotic animals. Pre-congress training session will be focused on practical scientific tutorials followed by two-day meeting of scientific sessions. The congress program consists of four parallel sessions providing information to both veterinarians engaged in dentistry only occasionally within their general practice and specialists who are engaged in this field at the highest or scientific level. The highlight of the social program will be the gala dinner organized in a magnificent Czech cultural heritage monument – the Municipal House.

Prague Convention Bureau closely cooperated with the Czech Veterinary Dental Society in the selection of organizers and venues. “We believe that the event, thanks to its scientific quality, business and social contribution, will have a great impact both in Europe and in the world, and therefore we are happy that Prague was chosen as the destination for this event,” says Lenka Žlebková, director of Prague Convention Bureau.

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