The Board spoke about the changes to its Certification Maintenance program at the 2019 AAOMS Annual Meeting in Boston, MA. If you didn't have a chance to see the presentation, we encourage you to review the slides to stay knowledgable about how these changes are affecting your certification.
ABOMS will be hosting a webinar on November 13, 2019 at 6pm CST to present about this topic once more before the changes go live in January 2020. Register through AAOMS to attend the course.
The certification process is comprehensive, covering the biological sciences and clinical practice of oral and maxillofacial surgery.Let's Go
Are you a Diplomate interested in furthering your participation with ABOMS? Join the Examination Committee.Let's Go
ABOMS Diplomates are committed to lifelong learning, keeping current in knowledge and skills, and practicing in a safe and contemporary manner.Let's Go
Are you interested in seeing if a particular oral and maxillofacial surgeon is board certified? Find out how to run a verification.Let's Go
The mission of the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery is to assure the public of safe and optimal care through the development and maintenance of high standards of certification and re-certification of Diplomates in the specialty.
Patient First, Integrity, Fair & Valid, Relevant, Gold Standard of Excellence