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AOCMF Lighthouse Course—TMJ Surgery (with Human Anatomical Specimens)

Goal of the course The goal of this AOCMF Lighthouse Course is to learn the topographic anatomy of the TMJ and its surgical approaches. This course is intended to provide knowledge and experience through which participants will clearly understand and apply the principles of TMJ reconstruction using local and distant autogenous tissues and TMJ prostheses according to AO principles and techniques. Course description The topics will be addressed in lectures, plenary discussions, and practical

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AOCMF Advanced Seminar—Orthognathic Surgery

This AOCMF seminar focuses on state-of-the art techniques and best practices at advanced level in orthognathic surgery. Emerging technologies will be introduced and clinical controversies will be addressed. Management of complex orthognathic surgery will be discussed. The seminar is composed of lectures and small group discussions. Techniques and best practices in orthognathic surgery are taught. Lectures cover new technologies in orthognathic surgery and management of complex dentofacial

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AOCMF Course—Advances in Head and Neck Microvascular Reconstruction with Anatomical Specimens

This advanced course is aimed at senior trainees, fellows and junior consultant level surgeons with an interest in head and neck reconstruction. Free flaps covered will include fibula, iliac crest, scapular system and medial femoral condyle plus a number of soft tissue donor sites. Virtual surgical planning and 3D modelling will be covered within the course to gain an insight into current and future applications. With a high faculty to participant ratio, and excellent resources this course will