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ACOMS Learning Center

With new technology at our disposal, the landscape of education is constantly evolving. The digital 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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Exploring the Boundaries of Head and Neck Surgery
Join us in Miami for a practical and clinically relevant meeting for the entire head and neck cancer community.
 
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JAN. 18-19, 2019 | Miami, FL

Exploring the Boundaries of Head & Neck Surgery

A practical and clinically relevant meeting for the entire head and neck cancer community.

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FEB. 24-MAR. 1, 2019 | Telluride, CO

ACOMS & FACES 32nd Annual Winter Meeting

Exceptional educational sessions and at least six hours of skiing daily.

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MAR. 9-10, 2019 | New Orleans, LA

14th Annual Hands-on Facial Cosmetic Surgery Course

Back by popular demand.

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APR. 7-9, 2019 | Santa Fe, NM

40th Annual Scientific Conference & Exhibition

Dedicated to Dr. Steven Guttenberg. Reconnect with peers in the specialty.

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ACOMS Virtual Master Class in Orthognathic Surgery

Free for ACOMS members in the Learning Center.

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MAR. 8-9, 2019 | Ann Arbor, MI

Women in OMS Symposium

A 2-day professional conference hosted by the University of Michigan.

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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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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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