Management of Facial Trauma 2021
Learn evidence-based clinical approaches for treating and managing CMF fractures and congenital defects.
Multiple dates and locations available.
The AO CMF North America Management of Facial Trauma course provides participants with evidence-based clinical approaches to treat and manage CMF fractures and congenital defects through the correction of these injuries or defects and the establishment of aesthetic outcomes.
The AO CMF faculty teaching at these courses are recognized national experts and academic-based clinicians from leading universities and hospitals in North America representing all disciplines involved within craniomaxillofacial surgery.
The Minneapolis course event includes an optional pre-course symposium. Join local faculty for a full day of didactic lectures, panel discussions, and small group discussions with opportunities to ask questions and interact directly with experts in the field of CMF.
Learning will be delivered through
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to Diagnose facial injury through history, physical examination, and diagnostic investigations Formulate a treatment plan (operative and non-operative) Perform the specific treatment for facial trauma Modify the treatment plan when necessary Manage patient follow-up and rehabilitation Identify and manage complications
Who should attend
Surgeons-in-training in the fields of oral and maxillofacial surgery, otolaryngology, plastics and reconstruction, ophthalmology, and oculoplastics. Some practicing surgeons may also find this course beneficial.
Location Start End Redondo Beach, California, USA 9-11-21 9-12-21 Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA (with pre-course symposium) 9-17-21
9-19-21 Orlando, Florida, USA 11-6-2021 11-7-2021
Tuition for this event is USD $215.00.
The MFT course in Minneapolis will include an optional one-day Pre-Course Symposium on Friday, September 17 for USD $49.00.