SOUTHEASTERN SOCIETY OF ORAL
AND MAXILLOFACIAL SURGEONS

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The Breakers Palm Beach Florida

 

66th Annual Meeting
April 29-May 3, 2015
The Breakers
West Palm Beach, FL

 


Highlights of the 2014 Annual Meeting

in San Diego

Attendees fell in love with the earthy yet sophisticated Rancho Bernardo Inn, site of the 65th Annual Meeting, and the near-perfect Southern California weather, making it one of the best meetings ever. Carol and Larry Nissen used their years of meeting experience to design a program packed with outstanding CE, unique special events and exciting tours that set a standard that will be difficult to equal in the future.

Dr. Andy Herlich led off the CE with an in-depth look at capnography and anesthesia complications, using case studies and cutting-edge material to show how to stay out of trouble. Dr. Jay Malmquist followed with an expansive study of implant complications that gave attendees information they could use as soon as they returned to their practices, the most important criterion of all CE programs.

And we honored some giants of the specialty.

Dr. Frank Dolwick
Dr. Frank Dolwick, a pioneer in the surgical treatment of TMJ, received the Distinguished Educator Award.
Dr. Vishy Broumand

Dr. Vishy Broumand, a specialist in facial reconstructive surgery, was honored with theFrank DiPlacido Humanitarian Award in recognition of his extraordinary service in Haiti following the devastating earthquake in 2010.

Dr. Raymond White

Dr. Raymond White was presented the Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition of an exemplary career dedicated to making oral and maxillofacial surgery the honored specialty it is today.

Dr. Jerry Laboda

And the meeting was dedicated to Dr. Jerry Laboda, a legendary leader of the specialty whose record of service is unparalleled in our region and throughout the country.

President Nissen
President Nissen toasts the end of a great year and the beginning of a new one under the leadership of Mike Miller.

 

More photos here!

 

MISSION STATEMENT

The purpose of the Society shall be to contribute to the public welfare through advancement of the specialty of oral and maxillofacial surgery by fostering scientific programs, research, and standards of practice; by upholding ethical and professional standards and responsibilities; and by cultivating social and professional development that fosters a sentiment of mutual and cooperative endeavor among all its members to provide and render a better service to the public which as professionals they are privileged to serve.