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PRAGUE, Czech Republic: Two weeks ago, the world of endodontics met in the German capital of Berlin for ROOTS SUMMIT 2018, which proved an overall successful for everyone involved. Seeking to expand on that accomplishment, the ROOTS SUMMIT team has already started working on securing the next venue for its 2020 edition, which is going to be held in the Czech Republic. The event is again being organised in cooperation with Dental Tribune International.
On 1 July at the ROOTS SUMMIT 2018 closing ceremony, at which the three ROOTS SUMMIT founders, Stephen Jones and Drs David Jaramillo and Freddy Belliard, spoke, the announcement was made that the event would move to Prague in two years’ time. Only a few days later, Jones has confirmed that ROOTS SUMMIT 2020 will be held at the Cubex Centre Praha—a just-opened event venue in the heart of the city with over 3,700 m2 of exhibition space—from 21 to 24 May.
He said, “If there is a location that could exceed the success had at ROOTS SUMMIT Berlin 2018, it would definitely be Prague. We chose Prague, as it is centrally located and quite economical to visit. The ease of getting there from the countries where a significant number of our attendees of the last two ROOTS SUMMITs joined us from, as well as our relationship with the local endodontic association, and the proximity to our partners at Dental Tribune International will also ensure that the meeting is up to the standards we have set.”
Jones continued that the final details on the programme were being worked out and attendees could expect the same high scientific level that has characterised past ROOTS SUMMITs, with more of a focus on post-endodontic restorative techniques.
“We look forward to having you with us and to sharing a great weekend of impartial scientific and clinical endodontics, and some very good times,” Jones concluded.
To ensure inclusion and broad coverage of endodontic experiences, the ROOTS SUMMIT 2020 organisers are extending a sincere invitation to attend to everyone who has an interest in the specialty. Those interested in the event can find the most up-to-date information on the ROOTS SUMMIT Facebook page. More details about the 2020 programme will soon be available on www.roots-summit.com.