Dear Doctor,

We would like to invite you to become a member of the Academy of Oral Surgery. This organization is open to all dentists, whether a general practitioner or a specialist, as well as dental students and residents. The Mission of the AOS is to provide a community and a pathway for dental health care providers, including their office team, to obtain the education and training necessary to successfully perform and complete surgical procedures in their offices. This goes beyond what was taught to them in Dental School, so they have the competence and confidence to provide the best surgical care to their patients.

The AOS will conduct Oral Surgery and dental implant education and training via its live courses (including hands-on workshops), many online resources, and through approved outside educators to facilitate members obtaining the best education and training by well-qualified and experienced instructors. Course topics include:

  • Preoperative patient assessment
  • Infection control
  • Anxiolysis
  • Pathology
  • Surgical extractions
  • Radiology and imaging
  • Implantology
  • Suturing techniques
  • Post-operative care
  • Informed consent
  • Surgical anatomy and biology
  • Pharmacology
  • Management of medical emergencies
  • Removal of impacted teeth
  • Guided bone regeneration
  • Advanced bone grafting techniques
  • Pre-prosthetic procedures
  • Management of surgical complications

In addition, we will be holding an annual meeting with education and comradery for all members. Doctors who have excelled in their completion of continuing education will be awarded Masters and Diplomates recognition in a special ceremony at each meeting.

If you perform oral surgery and dental implant procedures in your office and want to take your knowledge and skills to a higher level, then membership in the Academy of Oral Surgery is for you. You can get more information on our website – Join us and your colleagues in the premier association for doctors who share your goal of being their best at what they do.

The AOS should not be confused with any society, academy, association, organization, or other entity of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons.

Skip to content