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AOCMF Seminar—Advances in Management of Temporomandibular Joint Reconstruction

This course will include a series of didactic lectures delivered by renowned speakers from different specialties, discussion on controversial management of different forms of TMJ disorder. These will enhance participants ’ understanding and knowledge of the different topics. Through this course, participants will be given information on current philosophies on management of different types of TMJ disorders, discussion of surgical treatment and various options of TMJ reconstruction will be

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AOCMF Séminaire—Chirurgie Orthognathique—Dysmorphies Verticales

  Mission du séminaire Le séminaire AOCMF de Chirurgie orthognathique a pour but d’enseigner les principes théoriques et pratiques actuels de la prise en charge des dysmorphies verticales de la face. Les participants Chirurgiens maxillo-faciaux expérimentés. Objectif du séminaire Etendre la connaissance et la compréhension des différents aspects de la prise en charge des dysmorphies verticales de la face : de l’évaluation initiale à la gestion des complications. Faire connaître l’utilisation des

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AOCMF Webinar—Scalp Reconstruction—United States, Wayne

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AOCMF Course—Aesthetic and Functional Surgery of the Face and Neck (with HAS)

This two-day intensive course on fresh frozen human anatomical specimens is designed to present and covers all essential procedures in aesthetic and functional surgery of the face and neck. Two participants will share one specimen station. Each session will include a step by step introduction followed by an on-site demonstration. We offer you the chance to practice under the guidance of experts who will share their in-depth knowledge and experience as well as tips and tricks. The goal of the

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AOCMF Seminar—Immersion in Facial Trauma Principles

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AOCMF Regional Course—Advances in Mid- and Upper-Face Trauma (Approaches, Osteotomies and Fixation) with Human Anatomical Specimens

Goal of the course This face-to-face AOCMF course focuses on best practices and state-of-the-art techniques in managing mid and upper facial trauma at an advanced level using human anatomical specimens. Strong emphasis will be given to workflow optimization according to AO principles while addressing clinical controversies. Target participants Certified surgeons, fellows, and residents nearing the end of their training who are involved in the management of facial trauma including plastic

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AOCMF Webinar—Pediatric Orbital Fractures

Describe the unique characteristics of the pediatric facial skeleton Recognize facial growth and impact of trauma Identify the principles in pediatric orbital trauma management Describe how treatment options differ from adults Formulate treatment plan strategies among different pediatric age groups List materials used for fixation and reconstruction

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AOCMF Seminar at Head & Neck Congress

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AOCMF Seminar—Advances in Reconstruction

This two-day course addresses both the soft tissue and hard tissue reconstructive components following maxillofacial trauma and post tumor resections. The thrust will be on changing paradigms in the current strategies of managing the maxillofacial trauma. You can save maximum up to 25% on the course fee by becoming an AOCMF Member/Member Plus. If you wish to avail this discount follow the below steps: If you already have an AOCMF login,  click here  to upgrade before registering to this course

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AOCMF Course—Surgical interventions for the temporomandibular joint (with HAS) (pre SASMFOS Congress)

This course aims to improve the knowledge and experience in temporomandibular joint surgery and to develop the surgical techniques and skills in managing different temporomandibular joint pathologies. Assess and diagnose Temporomandibular Joint pathologies that need surgical interventions Discuss the treatment options and evaluate the advantages and limitations Engage and participate in group discussions and debate on treatment options Perform the procedures on cadaver specimens according to the