The Ibero-Panamerican Periodontology Federation, FIPP, is a transnational entity formed by the national Periodontology societies from Latin-American countries. Re-founded in 2002, FIPP reflects the essence of the Panamerican Periodontology Association, founded in 1972.
FIPP currently includes 15 countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Spain, Mexico, Panama, Peru, Portugal, Dominican Republic, Uruguay and Venezuela, covering the over 600 million people that live in the member countries of the Ibero-Panamerican Periodontology Federation, FIPP.
FIPP is an important player on a global scale, focused on Latin-American and Iberian countries and establishing a clear link between the American continent, Central America, South America, and Europe.
FIPP’s main goals are the development of Periodontology in Spanish and Portuguese-speaking countries and the promotion of oral health.