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ACOMS

Welcome to the ACOMS Learning Center! This portal features highlights from recent ACOMS educational events and will soon feature exclusive member content, CE-bearing on-demand education, and live educational events. Please explore the courses and check back soon for new additions.

Click on the courses icon above to get started, then select a course or click "view all" to view additional archived education.

Once you select a presentation to view, you may be redirected to ACOMS.org to verify your member ID. Some activities require users to log-in to view ACOMS member pricing.

Non-members may complete many activities in the Learning Center. If you are not a member of ACOMS and wish to complete an activity without joining, please select the "guest" option and create a profile if you are directed to the membership page. 

The American College of Oral Maxillofacial Surgeon (ACOMS) is an organization dedicated to the education and enlightenment of its membership through the presentation and dissemination of materials, classes, activities and demonstrations. As such, we maintain that these said materials, classes, activities and demonstrations may not in any part be reproduced or transmitted by any means mechanical or electronic without authorization of ACOMS.

All the opinions, all the content reflected and represented herein, including but not limited to surgical techniques, publications, printed and or published materials by faculty, staff or representatives are not now and never will be reflected as the official or unofficial opinions of the faculty and or staff of ACOMS, and its representation, reviewed and not reviewed. This is also inclusive of all errors, inaccuracies and omissions. The materials, classes, activities and demonstrations are for informational purposes only.

ACOMS will not and does not bear and responsibility for any loss, claims and or damages resulting from the above noted communications. Participants must be aware of the potential risks of using limited knowledge when incorporating techniques and procedures into clinical practice. It is the practitioner’s responsibility to assess their knowledge and skill prior to caring for any and all patients.


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