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AOCMF Course—COMPUTER AIDED SYSTEMS (With Human Anatomical Specimens)

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AOCMF Seminar—Mandibular Reconstruction

Goal of the seminar The goal of this event is to enlighten surgeons and residents with latest protocols and treatment options for mandibular reconstruction. Enabling them with better knowledge of AO principles in management of mandibular reconstruction and bridging the knowledge gap. Seminar description This seminar will deliver basic principles of mandibular reconstruction using a combination of small group discussions and comprehensive lectures. This combination will enable participants to

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CANCELLED_AOCMF Seminar—Orthognathic Surgery

Goal of the seminar 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. Seminar description This seminar is composed of lectures and case presentations. Techniques and best practices in orthognathic surgery are taught. Lectures cover new technologies in orthognathic surgery and

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AOCMF Webinar—Complications and Sequelae in mandibular trauma

Welcome! We are pleased to offer the following webinar to our AO CMF community. Dr. Marcelo Figari, Argentina, Dr. Nicolas Homsi, Brazil, Dr. Fernando Briceño, Colombia and Dr. Daniel Knott, USA, will present: AO CMF WEBINAR – Complications and Sequelae in Mandibular Trauma Monday, 25 November 2019, 19.30 – 20:30 BRT Please check your time for the webinar  here . Dr. Figari, Dr. Homsi, Dr. Briceño and Dr. Knott will answer questions throughout the lecture. It will be an interactive live

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AOCMF Seminar—Complication in Orthognathic Surgery at CIALACIBU

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AOCMF Course—Management of Facial Trauma

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AOCMF Course—3D Planning and Printing, Orthognathic Surgery (hands-on computer planning, printing)

Directed by Florian Thieringer and Sabine Girod this course addresses current, patient-specific, and practical applications of medical 3D printing and 3D planning in orthognathic surgery. The principles and advanced workflow processes from the lab to the OR are discussed in detail. Practical exercises include 3D planning of patient-specific solutions and production of accurate patient-individualized 3D printed anatomical models. This innovative hands-on day is delivered using a combination of

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AO CMF ON AIR—3D Planning and Printing - Indications and Limitations

AO CMF proudly presents: AO CMF ON AIR live from Davos Experience the interactive AO CMF ON AIR session and the unique atmosphere of the Davos courses from your clinic or at home—just as if you were seated in the front row! AO CMF ON AIR—3-D Planning and Printing - Indications and Limitations The all-star line up of AO CMF faculty, Sabine Girod (US), Florian Thieringer (CH), Ian Sharp (UK), Susana Heredero-Jung (ES), Maarten Koudstaal (NL), Patricia Stoor (FI), Benedicta Beck-Broichsitter (DE

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AOCMF Masters Course Davos—Orthognathic Surgery, Challenges and Controversies

AOCMF is pleased to announce that the AOCMF Master Course- Orthognathic Surgery, Challenges and Controversies (with human anatomical specimens), will again be held at the Davos Courses 2019. Led by Mike Leung and Ignacio Ismael García Recuero, this four-day course focuses on state-of-the-art techniques and best practices at a master's level in orthognathic surgery. Emerging technologies and clinical controversies in orthognathics are addressed. Using human anatomical specimens, surgical access

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AOCMF Masters Course Davos—Facial Trauma, Challenges and Controversies

AOCMF is pleased to announce that the AOCMF Master Course- Facial Trauma, Challenges and Controversies (with human anatomical specimens), will again be held at the Davos Courses 2019. Led by Ian Sharp and Marcelo Figari, this four day course focuses on state-of-the-art techniques and best practices at a master's level in facial trauma. Emerging technologies in 3D planning and clinical controversies are addressed. Using human anatomical specimens, surgical access techniques and approaches to the