Excellence through continuous learning

The first AOCMF Course was conducted in 1974. Since then, the number of educational events has rapidly increased to around 110 worldwide each year. Today, over 5,300 surgeons are trained all over the world by experienced AOCMF Faculty Members.

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Keep yourself up-to-date on all our upcoming courses with the AOCMF events directory.

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AOCMF Course—TMJ Surgery; "The Bonn Concept" (with HAS)

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OCMF Course—Management of Facial Trauma

Setup Event – Event information – Event description: The AOCMF Course—Management of Facial Trauma, is designed to provide the fundamental knowledge and principles for the treatment of craniomaxillofacial fractures and their complications. It is delivered through a combination of lectures, hands-on practical exercises including the treatment of mandibular fractures with miniplates and treatment of other fractures with various methods of internal fixation as well as small group discussions. The

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AOCMF Seminar—Advances in Sleep Apnea and Orthognathic

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AOCMF Seminar—Orbital and Naso-ethmoidal Trauma & Deformities; Complex Sugery

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AOCMF Course—Management of Facial Trauma

The AOCMF Course—Management of Facial Trauma, is designed to provide the fundamental knowledge and principles for the treatment of craniomaxillofacial fractures and their complications. It is delivered through a combination of lectures, hands-on practical exercises including the treatment of mandibular fractures with miniplates and treatment of other fractures with various methods of internal fixation as well as small group discussions. The first day addresses midface fractures, the prevention

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AOCMF Seminar—Craniofacial Surgery; Advanced Approaches and Techniques

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AOCMF Course—Congenital or Acquired Deformities; Advanced CMF Surgery

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AOCMF Course—Advances in Flap Reconstruction with Anatomical Specimens

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AOCMF Course—Management of Facial Trauma

This course is designed to provide participants with the fundamental knowledge and principles for the treatment of craniomaxillofacial fractures and their complications. Diagnose facial injury through history, physical examination, and investigations Formulate a treatment plan (operative and nonoperative) Perform the specific treatment for facial trauma Modify the treatment plan when necessary Manage patient follow-up and rehabilitation Identify and manage complications