This Mini Residency cadaver course was established in Baltimore, USA in 2014 by a Faculty of four internationally recognized TMJ surgeons who have dedicated their careers to the education of surgeons in TMJ surgery. The course will be held in a state-of-the-art bioskills laboratory in Parsippany, New Jersey, USA. It is the only course of its kind in the world and provides a unique opportunity for those who wish to develop skills and knowledge to incorporate effective full scope TMJ surgery into their clinical practice.
This course is a "non-profit" program, presented by the Pacific Clinical Research Foundation, offering each participant 80 hours of certified Continuing Education credits.
This Mini Residency course provides hands on training over four 3-day weekends (a total of 80 hours), with significant one-on-one teaching by a Faculty of internationally recognized TMJ surgeons.
This course provides the academic and most importantly, an extensively mentored cadaveric experience that is so imperative to performing safe and effective techniques for patients.
Areas specifically addressed: Diagnosis and treatment approaches to TMJ dysfunction, as well as, surgical technique utilizing Arthroscopy (basic and advanced), Arthroplasty, TMJ reconstruction and Total Joint Replacement (stock and custom).