European Federation of Orthodontic Specialists Associations (EFOSA)
Fédération européenne des associations de spécialistes en orthodontie
Founded 1977, France. Registered in accordance with French law.
Play an active role in realizing the recognition of the speciality of orthodontics and the establishing of a specialists register in all European Union (EU) countries; promote high quality care provided by orthodontic specialists within the EU; promote high level training of these specialists; encourage evaluation of universities and other officially recognized institutions for the training of orthodontic specialists within the EU; present the interest of these specialists within the EU and to EU authorities and provide statements on political issues and economic matters; act in the same way upon request of a national association of orthodontic specialists in the country concerned.
Events2026 | Dublin, Ireland – General Assembly
2025 | Krakow, Poland – General Assembly
2024 | Athens, Greece – General Assembly
2023 | Oslo, Norway – General Assembly
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General Assembly (annual); Council (meets twice a year) of 5 members; Working Committees.
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