Two new full-day clinical module programs offered during this year’s Annual Meeting will focus on a different topic each day.
The Dental Implant Module on Thursday, September 11 will concentrate on methods to immediately provisionalize the patient after implant placement. The speakers will reinforce their presentations and techniques with evidence-based data.
The Orthognathic Surgery Module on Friday, September 12 will highlight 3D, computer based treatment planning of the orthognathic procedures. Alternative treatment planning will also be presented.
Each program will begin with a large audience plenary session. Reading materials will be provided in advance of the meeting to prepare you for these presentations and to help you make the most of the educational experience.
The program will then continue into a number of smaller breakout sessions as the morning progresses. Audience interaction will be prompted and encouraged during these in-depth presentations.
After lunch, the afternoon sessions will include scientific oral abstracts that highlight cutting edge research followed by fast-paced "How I Do It" presentations demonstrating procedural pearls and practical techniques.
Tickets are not required for these module programs. Space will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Please indicate your intention to attend on your meeting registration form.
Questions can be directed to the AAOMS Continuing Education Department at firstname.lastname@example.org.