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With new technology at our disposal, the landscape of education is constantly evolving. The ACOMS Learning Center features highlights from recent ACOMS educational events, exclusive member content, CE-bearing on-demand education, and live educational events. Access this portal on any device, anytime, anywhere.

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1st ALACIBU & ACOMs International Meeting
Join ALACIBU & ACOMS at The Diplomat in Hollywood, FL.

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Comprehensive Review Series in Facial Cosmetic Surgery

Webinar series focusing on facial cosmetic procedures.

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FEB. 8 - 9, 2020 | New Orleans, LA

Lids, Brows, and Cheeks

Part one of a three-year series designed to offer in-depth didactic and hands-on training on contemporary facial cosmetic procedures.

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FEB. 23 - 28, 2020 | Avon, CO

ACOMS & FACES 33rd Annual Winter Meeting

Lectures presented by outstanding faculty and six plus hours of skiing daily.

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MAR. 28-30, 2020 | Rosemont, IL

Best Practices Boot Camp

A review of best practices and current trends in oral and maxillofacial surgery.

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JUN. 14-17, 2020 | Hollywood, FL

1st ALACIBU & ACOMS International Meeting

Join us at the Diplomat Resort & Spa for an exceptional joint meeting.

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AUG. 22-24, 2020 | Bandon, OR

Par for the Course: Best Practices in OMS

Enjoy twelve hours of educational lectures and three rounds of golf.

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Clinical Review

Scapular Free Flap

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Wound Healing

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Panfacial Fractures

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Zygoma Fractures

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Tongue Flap

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Atrophic Edentulous Mandibular Fractures

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Example Questions

Excessive crestal bone loss that is noted within 6 months of loading an implant is most likely due to:

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What term describes the stimulation of osteoprogenitor cells to differentiate into osteoblasts that begins new bone formation?

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What disease causes collections of abnormal plasma cells that accumulate in bone marrow and interfere with the production of normal blood cells?

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