Better information allows for better choices.
Clear and helpful patient information ensures that patients are prepared and fully aware of their treatment pathway. Patient education allows knowledge of their options so that informed choices can be made, improving the overall treatment experience.
What makes an Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon special?
Current requirements for entry to the OMS training program requires both dental and medical degrees. In addition to a surgery in general residency, they have completed a dedicated four-year advanced surgical training program through the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons (RACDS). The Fellowship awarded by the college is the FRACDS (OMS) and is the qualification recognised for registration as an OMS specialist surgeon in Australia and New Zealand. This means that an OMS is the specialist bridging the gap between medicine and dentistry.
What we cover in this section
We’ve compiled easy to read information on the following;
Locate an OMS in your area
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Is oral and maxillofacial surgery right for you?
We’ve put together a handy list of questions for you to discuss with your surgeon.