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- Onsite Registration Center and Ticket Sales
- Cancellation of Registration and Refunds
- Qualifications for Attendance
- General Registration Fees – Sept. 16-21
- Saturday-only Registration Fees – Sept. 21 – $225
Online registration for the Annual Meeting and Beyond the Basics Coding Workshop is now closed. Registration forms will be accepted via fax until 5 p.m. Friday, Sept. 13. After Sept. 13, anyone wishing to register must do so onsite at the AAOMS Registration Center in Boston Convention and Exhibition Center.
Annual Meeting Registration Information
Advance registration is strongly recommended because it offers the best chance of enrolling in the sessions of your choice, and it will save you time when you arrive in Boston.
Register online or mail or fax a completed registration form to the AAOMS headquarters office. Children and spouses may be registered as guests under the attendee’s registration. Note: Attendees registered as guests will not receive continuing education credit for any sessions.
Saturday-only attendees are eligible to claim CE credit only for Saturday session hours.
Registration packets will not be mailed to Saturday-only attendees. The packets may be picked up at the Registration Center in Boston Convention and Exhibition Center beginning at 2 p.m. Friday, Sept. 20.
Online Registration Instructions
Online registration has closed.
Register by Mail or Fax
The advance registration deadline is July 31. Registration fees vary based on the date your registration form is received at AAOMS headquarters. Fees are indicated on the registration form. Professional OMS staff must include practice name on their forms.
Mail or fax the completed registration form with the appropriate payment to AAOMS.
Secure fax: 847-678-6279
9700 W. Bryn Mawr Ave.
Rosemont, IL 60018-5701
Confirmation of your registration will be emailed to you within a few weeks following receipt of your registration form and fees.
Payment in full must accompany each registration form. Payment in U.S. dollars only may be made by check (payable to AAOMS) or by American Express, Discover, MasterCard or Visa.
If you register by July 31, your registration packet will be mailed to you in late-August. Registration packets include meeting badges, badge holders and any tickets purchased.
Bring your meeting badge and tickets with you to the Annual Meeting. You will not need to stand in line to check in onsite if you have already received your badge and tickets.
AAOMS regrets that it is unable to mail registration packets to addresses outside the United States and Canada. All international (non-U.S. and non-Canada) registrants must check in onsite at the AAOMS “Will Call/International Packet Pick-up” counter.
Registration packets will not be mailed to Saturday-only attendees. Saturday-only packets may be picked up at the Registration Center in Boston Convention and Exhibition Center from noon to 2:00 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 20.
Registrations after July 31
All registration forms received after July 31 will be charged the onsite registration fee. Registration packets for any registrations received after July 31 must be picked up onsite at the “Will Call/International Packet Pick-up” counter.
Onsite Registration Center and Ticket Sales
Meeting attendees who have not registered in advance must register onsite at the AAOMS Onsite Registration counter in the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center.
After Sept. 9, tickets (if still available) will be sold at the AAOMS Onsite Registration Center. Because many of these programs have limited attendance, you are encouraged to register early.
Registered attendees who want to exchange tickets for another session must visit the Onsite Registration counter.
Registered attendees who need a replacement badge or tickets should visit the Replacement Badge counter.
Registration Center Hours
Wednesday, Sept. 18
6:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Thursday, Sept. 19
6:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Friday, Sept. 20
6:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 21
6:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Cancellation of Registration and Refunds
Requests for cancellation of meeting registrations must be made in writing to:
9700 W. Bryn Mawr Ave.
Rosemont, IL 60018-5701
A processing fee of $75 per registrant will be charged for cancellations that are received by Aug. 19. Cancellations received after Aug. 19 are not eligible for a refund. No refunds will be provided to “no shows.” No refunds will be provided onsite.
Qualifications for Attendance
AAOMS fellows and members in good standing (those whose 2019 dues are paid in full, and who are not under a period of suspension or expulsion pursuant to the AAOMS Code of Professional Conduct), candidates for membership under a pending application, AAOMS residents in accredited oral and maxillofacial surgery programs, U.S. dental students and guests specifically invited by the AAOMS President are eligible to attend the AAOMS Annual Meeting.
Dutch Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons (NVMKA) fellows and members may attend at the AAOMS member rate.
Oral and maxillofacial surgeons eligible for any category of membership who are U.S. residents but not fellows or members of AAOMS may attend, subject to the following conditions: that sufficient space is available at the Annual Meeting site and upon payment of the “U.S. OMS who is not a member of AAOMS” fee indicated on the registration form.
Allied staff who are members of AAOMS may attend the meeting at a reduced fee. Persons in health professions not eligible to become AAOMS fellows or members may attend subject to the following conditions: that sufficient space is available at the Annual Meeting site and upon payment of the non-member registration fee.
Consultants may be invited to the business sessions at the discretion of the AAOMS Board of Trustees.
AAOMS residents/dental students in an accredited U.S. program but not on file with AAOMS who wish to attend the Annual Meeting must have their chiefs verify residency status to AAOMS headquarters in writing. International residents will be charged the same fee as an international OMS who is not a fellow or member of AAOMS.
International OMSs who do not belong to AAOMS may pay the same registration fee as a “Non-Member who is not an OMS.”
General Registration Fees – Sept. 16-21
|Through July 1||July 2
|After July 31
|AAOMS life or retired fellow/member||$347||$397||$447|
|AAOMS/NVMKA resident member/U.S. dental student||$0||$0||$50|
|International OMS who is not a member of AAOMS||$995||$995||$995|
|Non-member who is not an OMS||$995||$ 995||$995|
|U.S. OMS who is not a member of AAOMS||$2,195||$ 2,195||$2,195|
|AAOMS allied staff member||$400||$450||$500|
|Other professional staff of an AAOMS member (U.S. only)||$500||$550||$600|
|Spouse of an AAOMS member earning CE credit||$400||$450||$500|