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  • Complimentary 3-part Resident Wellness Webinar Series

    Contains 3 Product(s) 3 new product(s) added recently

    Complimentary 3-part Resident Wellness Webinar Series

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    Register for this complimentary 3-part Resident Wellness series which includes:

    Grit and Resiliency in Surgery at 6 p.m. CT on Nov. 9.

    Secrets to Finding Happiness in Work at 6 p.m. CT on Nov. 16.

    Preventing Surgeon Burnout at 6 p.m. CT on Nov. 23.

  • ABOMS: Learn How to Become Board-certified - On Demand Access

    Contains 4 Component(s)

    The comprehensive ABOMS certification process covers the biological sciences and clinical practice of oral and maxillofacial surgery. This 60-minute webinar will review the certification process in oral and maxillofacial surgery that consists of two examinations: Qualifying Examination (QE) and Oral Certifying Examination (OCE). The QE is a computer-based examination with 300 questions covering 10 subject areas. Successful completion of the QE makes a candidate eligible to apply for the OCE, an oral examination designed to test a candidate’s knowledge and judgment in the field of oral and maxillofacial surgery. The oral examination consists of three sections with four 12-minute cases. Applications for both examinations are open each summer before closing in September. This webinar is complimentary for AAOMS Members only and is not eligible for CE credit. Code: WCE200916R

    The comprehensive ABOMS certification process covers the biological sciences and clinical practice of oral and maxillofacial surgery. This 60-minute webinar will review the certification process in oral and maxillofacial surgery that consists of two examinations: Qualifying Examination (QE) and Oral Certifying Examination (OCE). The QE is a computer-based examination with 300 questions covering 10 subject areas. Successful completion of the QE makes a candidate eligible to apply for the OCE, an oral examination designed to test a candidate’s knowledge and judgment in the field of oral and maxillofacial surgery. The oral examination consists of three sections with four 12-minute cases. Applications for both examinations are open each summer before closing in September.

    Deepak Kademani, DMD, MD, FACS
    Chief of Staff at North Memorial Medical Center and Fellowship Director of the Head and Neck Oncologic and Reconstructive Surgery program with Minnesota Head and Neck Surgery
    Minneapolis, Minn.

    Adrianna Lagunas
    Vice President of Credentialing Programs and Operations at ABOMS
    Raleigh, N.C.

    This course is not eligible for CE credit. 

  • Protecting Your OMS Practice: 2020 HIPAA Compliance Requirements, Ransomware Attacks and Security*

    Contains 6 Component(s), Includes Credits

    OMS offices are under constant attack. As HIPAA Privacy and Security Rules continue to change, this 90-minute webinar will provide the key HIPAA requirements needed for 2020. Discussion will include the No. 1 risk facing all practices, explain why practices are targeted and provide information to help identify vulnerabilities and prepare for a HIPAA audit. Key issues impacting OMS practices relating to Payment Card Industry (PCI) and OSHA compliance also will be addressed. Code: WPM200908R

    OMS offices are under constant attack. As HIPAA Privacy and Security Rules continue to change, this 90-minute webinar will provide the key HIPAA requirements needed for 2020. Discussion will include the No. 1 risk facing all practices, explain why practices are targeted and provide information to help identify vulnerabilities and prepare for a HIPAA audit. Key issues impacting OMS practices relating to Payment Card Industry (PCI) and OSHA compliance also will be addressed.

    *Indicates that this activity is approved by AAOMS for continuing dental education credit ONLY.

    Jeff Broudy

    PCIHIPAA
    Santa Monica, Ca.
    Relevant Conflict of Interest Disclosure: No Relevant Conflict of Interest Disclosures were reported.

    An Internet-based CDE Activity
    Original Release Date: September 8, 2020
    Expiration Date: September 8, 2023
    Estimated time to complete this educational activity: 1.5 hours
    Method of participation: Self-Study

  • Facial Cosmetic Surgery: The Importance of Nutrition and Supplements - On Demand Access

    Contains 6 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This 60-minute webinar will discuss the importance of nutrition and supplements to optimize results of facial cosmetic surgery as well as non-surgical results. Discussion will include a nutritional review of macronutrients, micronutrients and supplements; which ones to increase and which ones to stay away from prior to surgery/anesthesia; and what to take to support speedy recovery. Management of patients taking herbal medications also will be discussed. Code: WCE200826R

    This 60-minute webinar will discuss the importance of nutrition and supplements to optimize results of facial cosmetic surgery as well as non-surgical results. Discussion will include a nutritional review of macronutrients, micronutrients and supplements; which ones to increase and which ones to stay away from prior to surgery/anesthesia; and what to take to support speedy recovery. Management of patients taking herbal medications also will be discussed.

    Manolis G. Manolakakis, DMD, FACS
    Board-certified Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon in Private Practice
    New York City and Shrewsbury, N.J.
    Relevant Conflict of Interest Disclosure: No Relevant Conflict of Interest Disclosures were reported.

    An Internet-based CME Activity
    Original Release Date: August 26, 2020
    Expiration Date: August 26, 2023
    Estimated time to complete this educational activity: 1.0 hours
    Method of participation: Self-Study

    Manolis Manolakakis, DMD, FACS

    Manolis G. Manolakakis, DMD, FACS, is board-certified oral and maxillofacial surgeon in private practice in New York City and Shrewsbury, N.J. He is the program director of an accredited facial cosmetic surgery fellowship sponsored by Robert Wood Johnson Barnabas: Monmouth Medical Center.

  • Chemical Peels and Prescription Skin Care: What OMSs Should Know - On Demand Access

    Contains 6 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This 60-minute webinar is designed to introduce OMSs to basic chemical peels and in-office skin care. Indication for specific types of chemical peels and their use in cosmetic surgery will be discussed. An overview of basic skin care and prescription skin care also will be highlighted. Code: WCE200819R

    This 60-minute webinar is designed to introduce OMSs to basic chemical peels and in-office skin care. Indication for specific types of chemical peels and their use in cosmetic surgery will be discussed. An overview of basic skin care and prescription skin care also will be highlighted.

    Tirbod Fattahi, DDS, MD
    Chair of the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the University of Florida Health Science Center and Shands Hospital
    Jacksonville, Fla.
    Relevant Conflict of Interest Disclosure: No Relevant Conflict of Interest Disclosures were reported.

    An Internet-based CME Activity
    Original Release Date: August 19, 2020
    Expiration Date: August 19, 2023
    Estimated time to complete this educational activity: 1.0 hours
    Method of participation: Self-Study

    Tirbod Fattahi, DDS, MD

    Tirbod Fattahi, DDS, MD, FACS, serves as Chair of the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the University of Florida Health Science Center and Shands Hospital in Jacksonville, Fla. Dr. Fattahi completed his OMS residency at the University of Kentucky. Immediately upon graduation, he attended a one-year cosmetic surgery fellowship under the direction of T. William Evans, DDS, MD, FACS, in Columbus, Ohio.

  • ‘Instant Rejuvenation’: Popular Cosmetic Procedures for OMS Practices - On Demand Access

    Contains 6 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Demand for cosmetic facial surgery has increased over the last 20 years among U.S. consumers. Oral and maxillofacial training programs are now including facial cosmetic surgery procedures and principles among their curriculum and scope of training. However, during economic downturns, patients are reluctant to pursue expensive surgical treatment options for facial rejuvenation. Instead, there has been a rise in seeking no-downtime and inexpensive options that have little to no recovery. The focus of this 60-minute surgical webinar will be on facial cosmetic procedures that are considered non-invasive with immediate patient results and gratification with discussions on botulinum toxins, fillers, non-ablative laser skin treatments and a skin health program. The webinar also will focus on the establishment and marketing of a cosmetic practice for the contemporary oral and maxillofacial surgeon. Code: WCE200812R

    Demand for cosmetic facial surgery has increased over the last 20 years among U.S. consumers. Oral and maxillofacial training programs are now including facial cosmetic surgery procedures and principles among their curriculum and scope of training. However, during economic downturns, patients are reluctant to pursue expensive surgical treatment options for facial rejuvenation. Instead, there has been a rise in seeking no-downtime and inexpensive options that have little to no recovery. The focus of this 60-minute surgical webinar will be on facial cosmetic procedures that are considered non-invasive with immediate patient results and gratification with discussions on botulinum toxins, fillers, non-ablative laser skin treatments and a skin health program. The webinar also will focus on the establishment and marketing of a cosmetic practice for the contemporary oral and maxillofacial surgeon.

    Faisal A Quereshy, DDS, MD, FACS
    Case Western Reserve
    Cleveland, Ohio
    Relevant Conflict of Interest Disclosure: No Relevant Conflict of Interest Disclosures were reported.

    An Internet-based CME Activity 

    Original Release Date: August 12, 2020
    Expiration Date: August 12, 2023
    Estimated time to complete this educational activity: 1.0 hours
    Method of participation: Self-Study

    Faisal Quereshy, DDS, MD, FACS

    Faisal A. Quereshy, DDS, MD, FACS, is a board-certified oral and maxillofacial surgeon. After graduating from dental school at the State University of New York School of Dental Medicine with a DDS, he completed a specialty training residency program in oral and maxillofacial surgery at Case Western Reserve University with an integrated medical school curriculum, whereby he earned his MD and a one-year, postgraduate-year general surgery training. He advanced his surgical skills by completing a specialized fellowship program in facial cosmetic surgery.

     

    He is a Full Professor with Tenure and the Residency Program Director of the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Case Western Reserve School of Dental Medicine and University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio. 

    Continuing Education Provider Approval
    The American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider.

    ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education.

    ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry.

    The American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons designates this activity for 1.0 continuing education credit(s).

    AGD - Accepted Program Provider
    FAGD/MAGD Credit
    5/1/18 – 12/31/22
    Provider ID# 214680

    The American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons (AAOMS) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

    The American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons designates this live activity for a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

  • Telehealth in the OMS Practice

    Contains 6 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Telehealth, including teledentistry and telemedicine, involves caring for patients remotely rather than during an in-person visit. The services may take many forms depending on the individual situation. This is a valuable method for caring for patients. Correct coding, supporting documentation and correct billing elements are very important to understand but can be very confusing. This webinar will discuss the different types of service as well as documentation and coding requirements, including modifiers and place of service codes. Code: WCW200714R

    Telehealth, including teledentistry and telemedicine, involves caring for patients remotely rather than during an in-person visit. The services may take many forms depending on the individual situation. 

    This is a valuable method for caring for patients. Correct coding, supporting documentation and correct billing elements are very important to understand but can be very confusing. This webinar will discuss the different types of service as well as documentation and coding requirements, including modifiers and place of service codes.

    Denise Williams, COC, CHRI
    Revant Solutions, Inc.
    Raleigh, NC
    Relevant Conflict of Interest Disclosure: No Relevant Conflict of Interest Disclosures were reported.

    An Internet-based CME Activity
    Original Release Date: July 14, 2020
    Expiration Date: July 14, 2022
    Estimated time to complete this educational activity: 1.5 hours
    Method of participation: Self-Study

  • Medication-related Osteonecrosis of the Jaws: Update

    Contains 6 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Medication-related osteonecrosis of the jaws (MRONJ) is an enigmatic pathologic entity of equivocal etiology and pathophysiology. Once considered a complication directly attributable to bisphosphonate medications, the specialty now recognizes the association of other medication classifications, including the RANKL inhibitors, anti-angiogenic agents and several traditional chemotherapeutic agents. In addition, the patient's medical comorbidity – including the existence of cancer, metastatic disease, diabetes, obstructive lung disease and social habits such as smoking – are recognized as contributors to the development of this wound-healing dilemma, most often initiated by a traumatic incident such as tooth extraction. The introduction and timing of conservative therapy of this disease continues to be discussed as well as the role and success of surgical resection of the focus of osteonecrosis. Moreover, strategies to prevent MRONJ in patients exposed to antiresorptive and anti-angiogenic therapy must be discussed to reduce the morbidity experienced by patients treated with these medications. In the final analysis, MRONJ is preventable, resectable and reconstructable in a very predictable fashion. These concepts will be reviewed while the educational gap is narrowed,and the fear experienced by medical and dental professionals in their treatment of patients who require medications associated with this pathologic process is reduced. Code: ODAM19SS21

    Medication-related osteonecrosis of the jaws (MRONJ) is an enigmatic pathologic entity of equivocal etiology and pathophysiology. Once considered a complication directly attributable to bisphosphonate medications, the specialty now recognizes the association of other medication classifications, including the RANKL inhibitors, anti-angiogenic agents and several traditional chemotherapeutic agents. In addition, the patient's medical comorbidity – including the existence of cancer, metastatic disease, diabetes, obstructive lung disease and social habits such as smoking – are recognized as contributors to the development of this wound-healing dilemma, most often initiated by a traumatic incident such as tooth extraction. The introduction and timing of conservative therapy of this disease continues to be discussed as well as the role and success of surgical resection of the focus of osteonecrosis. Moreover, strategies to prevent MRONJ in patients exposed to antiresorptive and anti-angiogenic therapy must be discussed to reduce the morbidity experienced by patients treated with these medications. In the final analysis, MRONJ is preventable, resectable and reconstructable in a very predictable fashion. These concepts will be reviewed while the educational gap is narrowed,and the fear experienced by medical and dental professionals in their treatment of patients who require medications associated with this pathologic process is reduced.

    Eric Carlson, DMD, MD, EdM, FACS
    University of Tennessee Medical Center
    Knoxville, TN
    Relevant Conflict of Interest Disclosure: No Relevant Conflict of Interest Disclosures were reported.

    An Internet-based CME Activity
    Original Release Date: September 21, 2019
    Expiration Date: September 21, 2022
    Estimated time to complete this educational activity: 1.0 hours
    Method of participation: Self-Study

  • The Prescription Opioid & Heroin Crisis: An Epidemic of Addiction

    Contains 6 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Dr. Kolodny provides an overview of the prescription opioid and heroin crisis. He explains the relationship between opioid prescribing and rising rates of morbidity and mortality associated with prescription opioids, heroin and fentanyl. Factors that led to the epidemic — including the role of the pharmaceutical industry, healthcare providers, professional organizations and regulatory agencies — are explored. The role of opioids in treatment of post-surgical dental pain and other types of acute and chronic non-cancer pain are also evaluated, and strategies required to bring the epidemic under control are discussed. Code: ODAM17GSE1

    Dr. Kolodny provides an overview of the prescription opioid and heroin crisis. He explains the relationship between opioid prescribing and rising rates of morbidity and mortality associated with prescription opioids, heroin and fentanyl. Factors that led to the epidemic — including the role of the pharmaceutical industry, healthcare providers, professional organizations and regulatory agencies — are explored. The role of opioids in treatment of post-surgical dental pain and other types of acute and chronic non-cancer pain are also evaluated, and strategies required to bring the epidemic under control are discussed.

    Andrew Kolodny, MD
    Waltham, Mass.
    Relevant Conflict of Interest Disclosure: No Relevant Conflict of Interest Disclosures were reported.

    An Internet-based CME Activity
    Original Release Date: October 11, 2017
    Expiration Date: October 25, 2022
    Estimated time to complete this educational activity: 1.0 hours
    Method of participation: Self-Study

  • Effective Team Meetings – The Catalyst for Leaders*

    Contains 6 Component(s), Includes Credits

    The modern oral surgery practice is reliant upon educated staff and cohesive team objectives. Effective team meetings are critical to ensure a consistent, successful outcome for patients, referring offices and team members. Participants will leave the webinar with necessary strategies to effectively lead and manage their team and create an accountable team approach to running their practice Code: WPM200303R

    The modern oral surgery practice is reliant upon educated staff and cohesive team objectives. Effective team meetings are critical to ensure a consistent, successful outcome for patients, referring offices and team members. Participants will leave the webinar with necessary strategies to effectively lead and manage their team and create an accountable team approach to running their practice

    *Indicates that this activity is approved by AAOMS for continuing dental education credit ONLY.

    Kevin Johnson
    Leverage Consulting, Inc.
    Denver, NC
    Relevant Conflict of Interest Disclosure: No Relevant Conflict of Interest Disclosures were reported.

    An Internet-based CDE Activity
    Original Release Date: March 3, 2020
    Expiration Date: March 3, 2023
    Estimated time to complete this educational activity: 1.5 hours
    Method of participation: Self-Study