G M S M EETIN A A O IMPLANT TRIBUNE The World’s Dental Implant Newspaper · U.S. Edition SEPTEMBER 2019 — Vol. 14, No. 4 www.dental-tribune.com By Sierra Rendon, Managing Editor The best in Boston AAOMS President Dr. A. Thomas Indresano invites you, your staff and guests to the 101st American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons Annual Meeting, Scientific Ses- sions and Exhibition, from Sept. 16-21 in Boston. After its successful debut at the 2018 annual meeting, clinical educa- tion sessions this year will again be organized into clinical tracks. Each track will feature a large plenary session focusing on the latest evidence-based research followed by five interactive breakout sessions to enable greater topic engagement. This year’s track topics include: anesthesia, cosmetic surgery, dental implants, dentoalveolar surgery, orthognathic/obstructive sleep apnea surgery, pathology, pediatrics and cleft, reconstruction, TMD joint, trauma and more. Pablos Holman – an inventor and entrepreneur – will deliver the an- nual meeting’s keynote lecture, “Innovate at all Costs,” on Sept. 18. Holman will use examples garnered from his experience helping to create the world’s smallest PC, spaceships with Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and mosquito-zapping lasers with Microsoft founder Bill Gates. The meeting offers a diverse range of topics to explore. When plan- ning your schedule, consider a course on challenges in pain manage- ment, surgeon ergonomics or cone beam CT. Use the AAOMS Mobile App to build your personal itinerary, and allow time for fun in Boston. Definitely don’t miss the President’s Event at Fenway Park, where you’ll relax and enjoy an evening of fun at the home of the Boston Red Sox. AD In September, the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons’ Annual Meeting, Scientific Sessions and Exhibition takes place in Boston. Photo/Provided by John De Boer, www.freeimages.com.