Applications for specialty recognition has now resumed with effect from April 2020.
N.B. All applications MUST be in English. Any supporting documentation must be accompanied by a certified English translation. The applicant must pay all expenses relating to the application.
The link below gives the background to the work that the EPA has done towards EPA specialty development:
The link below explains how the EPA will recognize members who are already Specialists in Prosthodontics, or have had advanced prosthodontic training and wish to be recognized for their advanced skills. It also gives details of the other information required for the application form:
It is suggested that the next document is read in conjunction with the application form to ensure all the information required is correctly entered:
Having read and carefully considered all of the above information, if you want to apply for inclusion in the List of EPA Recognized Specialist in Prosthodontics, please complete the application form in English and send it along with all the necessary documentation as described in the guidelines to the EPA Prosthodontic Specialisation Committee Secretary:
Dr Mario Bresciano: email@example.com
The non-refundable application fee of 150 Euros can be paid by clicking on the payment button below - you will then be redirected to the PayPal secure payment website where you will be able to pay using a credit / debit / charge card.
Some candidates, after evaluation of their applications, may be asked to take an examination. In this case, they may pay the examination fee of 150 Euros using the PayPal link below.
N.B. If you do not have a PayPal account ignore the login box and click on the 'continue' link next to the credit card logos.
Application fee - 150 Euros
Examination fee – 150 Euros
The link below provides the applicants who are required to take an examination a template for the case presentations:
Once applicants are recognized by the European Prosthodontic Association, their name will be entered onto the list of EPA recognized Specialist in Prosthodontics and their name will remain on the list, provided they continue to be members of the EPA and have a current authority to practice dentistry.
The link below gives details of successful applicants of the EPA recognition of specialization in Prosthodontics: