World Endodontic Congress 2024 to take place in Glasgow

01 February, 2024 / infocus
 Will Peakin  

The International Federation of Endodontic Associations’ 2024 World Endodontic Congress will take place in Glasgow from 11 to 14 September at the Scottish Event Campus.

The congress is being organised by the British Endodontic Society (BES), and is expected to attract 3,000 attendees. The event, which is held biennially and is marking its 14th anniversary this year, encourages endodontic clinicians to meet and discuss progress in the field and presents an opportunity for collaboration to find solutions and inspire development.

Expert speakers from around the world, including Dr Daniel Černý, Prof. Elisabetta Cotti, Dr Adham Abdel Azim, Dr Phil Tomson and Prof. Paul Lambrechts, will present on cutting-edge endodontic techniques. The programme will also include pre-congress workshops on topics such as endodontic microsurgery, orofacial pain and minimally invasive and predicable removal of broken files.

We aim to leave a legacy of endodontic advancement

Dr William McLean

The 2024 Congress Chair Dr William McLean, who is professor of endodontics at the University of Glasgow, said: “The [BES] is very excited to have the opportunity to host this prestigious congress and aims to attract endodontists, other dental specialists, general dental practitioners and students from Europe and around the world.

“In delivering a contemporary programme we aim to leave a legacy of endodontic advancement going forwards.”

The organisers have also arranged an engaging social programme for the congress days. Attendees will be greeted with a welcome reception at the congress venue on Wednesday evening. On Thursday night, a dinner and ceilidh will take place at Merchant Square. A formal dinner is scheduled for Friday evening at the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. For golf enthusiasts, there is an opportunity to sign up for pre-congress golf tours.

More information on the congress and registration can be found at

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