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Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery is now in its one hundred and forty-third year of continuous service at Mass General. During its illustrious lifespan, it has grown from a fledging dental unit to a leading destination for clinical excellence, breakthrough research, and training. To those who have trained and taught within its walls, there is an enduring connection to the history of the hospital as well as to the evoluation of oral and maxillofacial surgery as a specialty of dentistry and medicine. Its standing as a major force in defining and shaping oral and maxillofacial surgery results from the continous legacy of distinguished graduates who today serve as academic leaders, deans, outstanding clinicians, and researchers across the specialty.
Thirty-year report on double-degree OMS residency program published in the Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.
As Mass General celebrates its bicentennial, the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery completes one-hundred-forty-three years of continuous service to the hospital. To this day, the department’s Grand Rounds are held twice monthly in the historic Ether Dome, recognizing the tradition of excellence and the legacy of innovation that are synonymous with oral and maxillofacial surgery at Mass General.
OMS alumni gather in record numbers in Boston to celebrate Mass General's Bicentennial with a weekend symposium and gala dinner in conjunction with the annual "change party" welcoming OMS residents Cory Resnick, Brad Williams, and Paul Gordon to the ranks of distinguished MGH OMS alumni.
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