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Externship in OMS for Undergraduate Dental Candidates

Mass General Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery offers an exciting 2-3 week externship opportunity for pre-doctoral dental candidates to gain exposure to the full scope of our discipline at Mass General Hospital.

OMFS Pediatric Research Fellowship / Junior Faculty Position

A unique one-year fellowship that combines laboratory and clinical research in the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the Massachusetts General Hospital with a junior faculty position at the Instructor rank

OMS Fellowship in Clinical Investigation

The OMS Fellowship in Clinical Investigation is a 1-2 year curriculum during which the fellow pursues didactic coursework while conducting original, independent clinical research in oral and maxillofacial surgery.

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

The residency in oral and maxillofacial surgery is a six-year program leading to qualification for certification by the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, completion of the MD degree at Harvard Medical School, and a total of 16 months as a Mass General resident in general surgery.

Orofacial Pain Residency

A two-year Orofacial Pain residency program. This program will offer advanced training in orofacial pain, headache disorders, and dental sleep medicine.

09/21/2012: 4th Annual Evidence-Based Implant Dentistry: Improving Quality and Outcomes of Your Implant Practice Sept 21-23, 2012

New dates for 2012!!! Scheduled topics to include: Management of implant patients on oral bisphosphonates; Use of advanced CT imaging in the management of implant cases; Management of dental implant complications; Review of treatment planning concepts in dental implants; Restoration considerations in implant dentistry; Indications and outcomes associated with use of ultra-short dental implants; Prognostic factors associated with implant survival; implant surgery in medically compromised patients; Aesthetics in implant dentistry; Role of site preservation and other dento-alveolar reconstruction techniques

Evidence-based implant dentisty:  Improving quality and outcomes of your implant practice, Sept 23-25, 2011
09/23/2011: Evidence-based implant dentisty: Improving quality and outcomes of your implant practice, Sept 23-25, 2011

New dates for 2011!!! Scheduled topics to include: Management of implant patients on oral bisphosphonates; Use of advanced CT imaging in the management of implant cases; Management of dental implant complications; Review of treatment planning concepts in dental implants; Restoration considerations in implant dentistry; Indications and outcomes associated with use of ultra-short dental implants; Prognostic factors associated with implant survival; implant surgery in medically compromised patients; Aesthetics in implant dentistry; Role of site preservation and other dento-alveolar reconstruction techniques

Evidence-based Implant Dentistry:  Improving quality and outcomes of your implant practice  Sept 23-25, 2011
09/23/2011: Evidence-based Implant Dentistry: Improving quality and outcomes of your implant practice Sept 23-25, 2011

New dates for 2011!!! Scheduled topics to include: Management of implant patients on oral bisphosphonates; Use of advanced CT imaging in the management of implant cases; Management of dental implant complications; Review of treatment planning concepts in dental implants; Restoration considerations in implant dentistry; Indications and outcomes associated with use of ultra-short dental implants; Prognostic factors associated with implant survival; implant surgery in medically compromised patients; Aesthetics in implant dentistry; Role of site preservation and other dento-alveolar reconstruction techniques.

Full-Time Faculty Position: Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

The Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard School of Dental Medicine is seeking a board-certified or eligible oral and maxillofacial surgeon to augment the department’s clinical, educational, and research programs.