ACOMS & FACES 31st Annual Winter Meeting
ACOMS & FACES 31st Annual Winter Meeting is organized by American College of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons (ACOMS) and will be held during Feb 18 - 23, 2018 at Huntley Lodge, Big Sky, Montana, United States Of America.
The target audience for this medical event is oral and maxillofacial surgeons, orthodontists, general practice dentists, and other interested medical and dental specialists. This CME Conference has been approved for a maximum of 20.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits.
Conference Description :
This meeting focuses on advancements in orthognathic and craniofacial surgery and other areas. Topics will include :
• Surgically assisted orthodontics
• TMJ considerations in orthognathic surgery
• Bone grafting and technology advancements to facilitate implant placement
• Complex reconstruction of atrophic maxillas and mandibles
• Skin care for facial cosmetic improvements, fillers, peels and botox
• Cosmetic procedures to augment orthognathic surgical esthetic outcomes
• Current concepts of facial trauma treatment and the role of navigation
Fireside chats will provide opportunities for sharing difficult cases with the experts as well as discussing challenges impacting the specialties. The course format encourages interaction between attendees and faculty in an informal environment.
Conference Objectives are :
• Review armamentarium and describe indications, contraindications and limitations of selective alveolar decortication.
• Discuss the history and biophysiology of the accelerated orthodontics treatment processand demonstrate application of recent surgical and orthodontic innovations to this technique.
• Discuss the debatable relationship between TMJ and orthognathic surgery using evidence-based literature.
• Review current treatment philosophies for management facial asymmetry and dentofacial deformities associated with TMJ-related etiology.
• Describe bone grafting techniques to reconstruct alveolar ridge defects and augment the maxillary sinus in preparation for implant placement.
• Discuss the current literature and evidence based practices pertaining to the techniques presented in the session.
• Describe the digital workflow in the office to treatment plan implant placement, surgical guides, and provisional restorations.
• Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of dynamic and static guided surgery to place implant precisely and accurately.
• Discuss the current literature and evidence based practices pertaining to the techniques presented in the session
• Discuss advantages and disadvantages of various grafting options
• Describe techniques to improve success rates for jaw reconstruction
• Explain the latest clinical applications of neurotoxins, chemical peels and dermal fillers.
• Illustrate minimally invasive cosmetic procedures into daily OMS practice.
• Review additional cosmetic procedures in order to augment orthognathic surgery.
• Discuss enhanced referral patterns from orthodontists as it relates to orthognathic and cosmetic surgery.
• Review intraoperative navigation, how to apply, and know its limitations.
• Review applications in the clinical setting.
• Discuss an overview of 20th century maxillofacial surgery trauma management.
• Review 21st century advances in trauma management.
Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
|Contact No.||:||(202) 367-1182|
|Registration Type||End Date||Price|
|Non-Member Fee||17 Feb,2018||USD 1795.00|
|Member Fee||17 Feb,2018||USD 1195.00|
|FACES Legacy Fee||17 Feb,2018||USD 1195.00|
|Resident Member Fee||17 Feb,2018||USD 695.00|