The 2019 Combined Annual Meeting of the Southwest Society of OMS, the Texas Society of OMS, and the Midwestern OMS Chapter in collaboration with Osteo Science Foundation, will be held April 4-6, at the El Dorado Hotel & Spa in beautiful Santa Fe, New Mexico.
This two-day event in the heart of Music City hosted experts in regenerative medicine discussing, "To Graft or Not to Graft."
Osteo Science Foundation is collaborating with AAOMS on a program designed for residents and young clinicians at the 2018 Dental Implant Conference. Osteo Science Foundation is bringing two leaders in the field of regenerative medicine, Mark Ochs, DMD, MD and Sean Edwards, DDS, MD, to spearhead this unique program. Seating is limited; advance registration for this presentation is required.
Osteo Science Foundation jointly hosted the North Carolina Society of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons Annual Meeting in September 2018 in the heart of the Research Triangle.
Osteo Science Foundation is collaborating with New York State Society of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons (NYSSOMS) to jointly host their upcoming Annual Meeting in New York City.
Osteo Science Foundation is proud to support residents and fellows interested in attending and participating in the 2018 Clinical Trials Methods Course. The scholarships are available to Oral and CranioMaxillofacial residents/fellows at accredited OMS training programs. Dental students who have been accepted or are considering applying to an OMFS resident training program are also eligible for the scholarship. Applications must be completed and returned to the AAOMS by April 15, 2018.
Osteo Science Foundation hosted its first, independent educational event focused on regenerative aspects of implant dentistry. Featured speakers included Anthony G. Sclar, DMD and Mark W. Ochs, DMD, MD.
Osteo Science Foundation partnered with the Western Society of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons on the WSOMS’s 42nd Annual Meeting. Speakers included members of the Foundation’s Scientific Review Committee who presented their own research.