Asia Pacific Dental Federation/Asian Pacific Regional Organization of the Fédération Dentaire Internationale (APDF-APRO)
Fédération dentaire Asie-Pacifique/Organisation régionale Asie Pacifique de la Fédération dentaire internationale (FDAP-ORAP)
1955 Tokyo Japan
Founded during 1st Asia Dental Congress. Constitution and By-Laws adopted at 2nd Congress, 1958, Manila (Philippines).
Since Annual World Dental Congress, 1967, Paris (France), admitted as regional organization of A-XA1788 - FDI - World Dental Federation, with listed title.
Constitution modified: 1960; 1967; 1970; 1974.
Establish closer relations among dental associations in Asian and Pacific countries; further progress in the field of dental and allied sciences; encourage exchange of information and research to improve dental and general health of the region; carry out other functions as may be assigned by FDI.
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