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  • Membership in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Pack contents1. Letter from Chairman of the Board for the Membership of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery2. Regulations: Revised August 2003 – Reviewed October 20083. Record of Surgical Training: Revised August 2003 – Reviewed October 20084. Booklist Revised: February 2009
  • Dear ColleagueThank you for your enquiry about the Membership Examination in Oral andMaxillofacial Surgery for overseas graduates. Please find enclosed an informationpack, which I hope you will find helpful. This examination is a venture of the RoyalCollege of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow to provide a high qualityexamination for overseas postgraduates in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the endof their training period. It may be taken by qualifying Oral and Maxillofacial surgeonsand is essentially designed for that purpose. It is intended to be taken after you haveobtained a qualification in your own country in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. TheGlasgow College is responsible for the administration of the examination but it will beundertaken only overseas. The examiners will come from both the UK and theoverseas country in which it is held.This Membership Examination is similar in style and level to that of otherMembership examinations e.g. in Orthodontics and Restorative Dentistry. It ishowever specifically for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons. We have tried to make thisas fair an examination as possible in which you can demonstrate your abilities withless dependence on chance. In some cases exemption from the first part will be apossibility. This will depend on the qualifications that you already have and thecentre in which you have trained as well as your experience in the specialty. TheExamination Board will look at the individual applications and will be pleased to offeradvice on your eligibility.We hope that you will choose to sit our examination and we look forward towelcoming you to it. If you require further advice or information, please do nothesitate to contact the Examination Office of the Royal College of Physicians andSurgeons of Glasgow, 232-242 St Vincent Street, Glasgow G2 5RJ. Tel: +44 141221 6072Professor K F MoosChairman, Membership Board in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
  • FACULTY OF DENTAL SURGERY OFTHE ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS OF GLASGOW Regulations for the Specialty Membership in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (MOMS) Reviewed October 2008
  • This booklet contains the Regulations relating to the Specialty Membership in Oral andMaxillofacial Surgery of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow.Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow232-242 St Vincent StreetGLASGOWG2 5RJTel: +44 (0) 141 221 6072Fax: +44 (0) 141 241 6222Email: moms@rcpsg.ac.uk -4-
  • Contents Page No.1 INTRODUCTION 42 ELIGIBILITY FOR THE AWARD OF THE DIPLOMA 43 PROFESSIONAL TRAINING REQUIREMENTS 54 THE EXAMINATION 5 PART I (A) APPLIED BASIC DENTAL SCIENCES 5  Part I (b) Applied Sciences relevant to Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 5  Part II Principles and Practice of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 6  Safety 65 Eligibility to sit the examination 76 Exemptions 87 General Conditions 88 Representations and Appeals 99 Syllabuses 10  Part I (a) 10  Part I (b) 10  Part II 11Appendix I Record of Surgical Training (Logbook) 12Appendix II The College Directory 13 -5-
  • 1. Introduction The Specialty Membership in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow will test the candidate’s understanding of diagnosis and treatment planning over a wide range of problems in relation to Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. The Membership in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow is not registrable as an additional qualification with the General Dental Council (UK). The regulations are subject to regular review and are valid from November 20032. Eligibility for the Award of the Diploma To be eligible for the award of the Membership in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery of the Faculty of Dental Surgery all candidates must: (I) (a) Possess a degree or diploma in Dental Surgery of a university or licensing body which would normally be recognised for temporary registration in the UK or (b) Possess a dental qualification fully registrable in the Dentists’ Register of the UK or (c) Possess a dental qualification which may be a dental qualification fully registrable in the Dentists’ Register of the UK or acceptable to the Council of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow. (II) Have passed the MOMS examination (III) Have completed satisfactorily a period of three years full time, or equivalent part time, recognised specialty training in approved posts and programmes of training. (IV) Have complied with all the regulations of the College and paid the appropriate diploma fee -6-
  • 3. Professional Training RequirementsThe Membership Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and the Dental Council of theRoyal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow will be responsible for therecognition and approval of training programmes overseas and will be responsible for theregulation of those parts of any training programme that may have been undertaken in theUK.Posts or courses will not normally be approved if they are less than half time. The trainingperiod should preferably be continuous but in some cases breaks in training may bepermitted. The total specialist training period should not normally exceed six years.Candidates who consider that their experience is equivalent to the training set out in theseregulations, but who do not comply exactly with these rules may apply by submitting fulldetails in writing at least three months before the closing date to the Examinations Office ofThe Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, 232-242 St Vincent Street,Glasgow G2 5RJ.4 The ExaminationThe examination will be held in a centre designated by the College. Normally up to twosittings will be held per year.The Examination will consist of two Parts:(i) Part I (a) Applied Basic Dental Sciences (b) Applied Sciences relevant to Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery(ii) Part II Principles and Practice of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery(i) Part I (a) Applied Basic Dental SciencesThis will consist of a combined multiple choice question paper (MCQ), a multiple shortanswer paper (MSA) and a simulated clinical (SC) examination covering basic dentalproblems and human diseases in relation to Dentistry of three hours duration.The simulated clinical examination of sixty minutes duration will allow candidates to bepresented with case histories and relevant clinically related material. Patients will not bepresented for examination or treatment. The candidates will examine the material andprovide an answer to relevant questions in relation to appropriate basic dental problemsand human disease in relation to Dentistry.Part I (b) Applied Sciences relevant to Oral and Maxillofacial SurgeryThis will consist of an Oral and Maxillofacial Surgical MSA question paper of three hoursduration and an oral examination of thirty minutes duration covering the applied sciencesrelevant to clinical practice.During the oral examination, candidates will be questioned on applied sciences relevant toclinical practice of oral and maxillofacial surgery. -7-
  • (ii) Part II Principles and Practice of Oral and Maxillofacial SurgeryThis will consist of:(a) A three hour written paper on human disease relevant to oral and maxillofacial surgery comprising MSA and essay components(b) A three hour written paper in oral and maxillofacial surgery(c) A one-hour clinical examination followed by a thirty-minute oral examination. The clinical examination will be in aspects of human disease relevant to oral and maxillofacial surgery as well as in all other aspects of the specialty. The clinical examination will include patients for examination, case histories and relevant material such as study models, radiographs and photographs as may be thought appropriate. Short and long cases may be included. Following examination of the material made available for candidates, they will be expected to make a diagnosis and suggest a treatment plan(d) A thirty minute oral examination on the subject of human disease relevant to oral and maxillofacial surgery(e) A thirty minute oral examination on appropriate aspects of oral and maxillofacial surgery which may include discussion on relevant current literature, research and the Record of Surgical Training (logbook). Candidates will be required to send in a certified Record of Surgical Training (logbook) or a copy of this when they submit their application for entry to Part II (see Appendix I). Details referred to in this record may be discussed with the candidate during the final oral examination.The Record of Surgical Training should illustrate that the candidate has obtained goodpractical experience in surgical procedures and it should demonstrate that the candidatehas appropriate knowledge and the skills required for the practice of the specialty to a highstandard.It should be noted that in all parts of the examination, candidates will be examined by twoexaminers.SafetySince candidates for the Membership in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery are required as partof the examination to examine patients, they will be undertaking exposure proneprocedures. Candidates must therefore provide evidence of hepatitis B infection-freestatus: either an adequate anti-HBs antibody titre or evidence of lack of infectivity.Evidence must be provided from a reputable source and should take the form of alaboratory report or certificate from an employer. -8-
  • 5 Eligibility to sit the ExaminationAll applications must be accompanied by the relevant entry fees and certificates confirmingthat the candidate possesses either:(a) A degree or diploma in Dental Surgery of a university or licensing body which wouldnormally be recognised for temporary registration in the UK or(b) A dental qualification fully registrable in the Dentists’ Register of the UK or(c) A dental qualification which may be a dental qualification fully registrable in the Dentists’Register of the UK or acceptable to the Council of the Royal College of Physicians andSurgeons of Glasgow.In addition each section of the examination will require confirmation of the following:(i) Part IEvidence of having obtained general training in Clinical Dentistry over a minimum period oftwo years after obtaining a Primary Dental qualification. One year should normally havebeen spent in posts approved by the College for this purpose, full time on a regular basistotalling not less than three months in each selected discipline, or part time provided this isgained over a period of not more than four years.(ii) Part II Having passed Part I of the examination or having obtained exemption from it. Having completed a period of three years full time or equivalent part time recognised specialty training, that is, in appropriate approved posts and programmes of training*. Candidates may however enter the examination after 2½ years full time or equivalent part time recognised specialty training. Normally this training should be continuous and if there have been approved breaks in training then the total training period should not normally exceed six years; training which is less than half time will not normally be approved.*Taught MSc degree programmes may be considered as contributing to the SpecialistTraining Programme provided the programme content is apportioned as belowClinical 50%Academic 30%Research 20%Full details of the course including a logbook, course prospectus and regulations must besubmitted to the College.Eligibility under Exceptional CircumstancesSenior members of the specialty who do not fulfil the above requirements may apply forspecial consideration of their experience provided that they submit full details includingevidence of their Continuing Professional Development (CPD), for example, attendance atrelevant postgraduate courses, and relevant postgraduate diplomas such as FDS, to theExamination Office of the College. If the Examination Board is satisfied with the candidate’s -9-
  • Curriculum Vitae they will be exempted from the requirement to pass the Part 1 examinationand permitted to enter the Part II.6 Exemptions(i) Exemptions may be given from the written component of Part I in the following circumstance. Candidates who present evidence of having been successful in Parts A and B of the Membership of the Faculty of Dental Surgery/Dentistry (MFDS) will be given exemption from the written component of Part I.(ii) Exemptions may be given from Part I in the following circumstances. (a) Candidates who present evidence of being successful in the examination for the Primary/Part 1examination of the Fellowship in Dental Surgery/Dentistry (FDS) of one of the Royal Colleges of the United Kingdom and Ireland. (b) Candidates who present evidence of having been successful in the MFDS of one of the Royal Colleges of the United Kingdom and Ireland. (c) Candidates who hold a degree or diploma of equivalent standard which is acceptable to the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow.7 General Conditions(i) Applications for Admission to the ExaminationApplication forms for the Examination may be obtained from the Examination Office.Applications for admission to the Examination, accompanied by the full amount of the feepayable for the examination, must reach the Examination Office by the closing datespecified in the Examinations Calendar. Applications received after the closing date will notbe processed. The dates of the examination and the fees payable for admission to theexamination are set out in the Examination Calendar which is published annually by theCollege.Applications must be accompanied by certificates showing the date and place of obtaining adental qualification and particulars of subsequent experience which must be certified by thetraining institution.Applications for admission to the Part I examination with certified evidence of experience fora minimum of 2 years must be accompanied by the full fee payable for admission to theexamination.Applications for admission to the Part II examination must be accompanied by certifiedevidence of training, the Record of Surgical Training (logbook) certified by the traininginstitution accompanied by the fee payable for admission to that part of the examination. Acopy of the Record of Surgical Training (logbook) must be submitted to the College whenthe candidate submits their application for entry the examination to allow assessment of thecandidate’s progress and suitability for entry to the examination. - 10 -
  • (ii) Withdrawal from the ExaminationCandidates who withdraw from an examination must do so in writing. The entrance fee willbe returned less a 20% administrative charge. Candidates who withdraw from theexamination after the closing date or who fail to attend the examination for which they havebeen accepted will not normally be entitled to any refund of fee.Applications for refunds on medical or compassionate grounds must be supported by theConsultant responsible for their training and must be submitted to the College with anyaccompanying evidence within twenty-eight days of the commencement of the examination.(iii) Infringement of the RegulationsThe College may refuse to admit to the examination or to proceed with the examination ofany candidate who infringes any of the regulations or who is considered by the examiners tobe guilty of behaviour prejudicial to the proper management and conduct of theexamination.8 Representations and AppealsRepresentations may be made by an unsuccessful candidate in order to obtain moreinformation about their performance for the purpose of improving their performance at asubsequent attempt. There will be no fee for this service.Representation may be made to the Examination Office within 30 days of the publication ofthe results.Appeals may be made to the College Registrar or Honorary Clinical Registrar for theexamination relating to the conduct of the examination.Appeals will not be accepted on the grounds that a candidate: (a) considers his/her efforts were under marked (b) seeks to question the professional or academic judgements of the examiners (c) did not understand or was not aware of the examination RegulationsAn appeal must be submitted in writing by the candidate (appellant) setting out in full thedetails of the appeal within 30 days of the publication of the results. - 11 -
  • 9 SyllabusesIt is essential that candidates have a thorough knowledge of anatomy, physiology andbiochemistry and pathological sciences including immunology and microbiology. This isfundamental to the understanding of all aspects of the specialty of Oral and MaxillofacialSurgery including aetiology, pathogenesis and prevention of diseases in the oral andmaxillofacial area. Candidates should be familiar with systemic disease related to thespecialty. They should also be familiar with the published literature related to all aspects ofthe specialty.Candidates should note that syllabuses are indicative of the areas of knowledge expectedof candidates. They are not intended to be exhaustive or to exclude other items ofknowledge which are relevant.The principal areas in which knowledge is required are as follows:Part I (a) Applied Basic Dental Sciences(i) Applied anatomy of the head and neck to include dental anatomy and radiographic anatomical interpretation.(ii) The principles of applied physiology and biochemistry with particular reference to bone growth and development, respiration, circulation, mastication, deglutition and speech.(iii) Human disease in relation to Dentistry including relevant microbiology, pathology and immunology.(iv) Working knowledge of the properties of dental and other materials relevant to oral and maxillofacial surgery.Part I (b) Applied Sciences related to the Clinical Practice of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery(i) Principles of prevention of oral diseases.(ii) Medical and surgical problems related to oral and maxillofacial surgery.(iii) Relevant inter-relationships with other clinical dental disciplines.(iv) Orofacial, cranio-mandibular, occlusal function and dysfunction.(v) Relevant diagnostic procedures and techniques to include applied dental, oral and maxillofacial radiography and radiology.(vi) Control and management of pain in the maxillofacial and oral area. The management of discomfort and dental anxiety should be included with that of pain with the appropriate selection, prescription administration of relevant drugs.(vii) The influence of the processes of dental development in youth and old age relevant to dental and oral surgical practice.(viii) Behavioural science, epidemiology, statistics and clinical information technology. - 12 -
  • (ix) All relevant aspects of technology related to the practice of oral and maxillofacial surgery.(x) Principles and practice of clinical audit.(xi) Provision of all aspects of care for special needs patients.Part II Principles and Practice of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery(i) Clinical aspects of subjects defined in the Part I Syllabus(ii) Diagnosis and the management of oral and maxillofacial disease(iii) The principles of surgery of relevance to the practice of oral and maxillofacial surgery.(iv) Oral and maxillofacial surgery in relation to other dental and medical specialties.(v) Recognition of oral manifestations of human disease and an understanding of human disease in relation to the practice of oral and maxillofacial surgery.(vi) Detailed knowledge of the management of emergencies and resuscitation in the practice of the specialty.(vii) Management by pharmacological and non-pharmacological means of pain in the maxillofacial area, discomfort and dental anxiety including the selection prescription administration of relevant drugs.(viii) Medico-legal implications for the practice of oral and maxillofacial surgery within the candidates own country.(ix) Control of cross infection including the principles and practice of sterilisation procedures.(x) The principles of radiography and imaging and radiology related to oral and maxillofacial surgery(xi) Diagnosis and management of maxillofacial trauma including soft tissue injuries.(xii) Diagnosis and management of cysts and benign lesions of the mouth, jaws and salivary glands(xiii) Diagnosis and management of orofacial pre-cancer and cancer.(xiv) The diagnosis and management of facial deformity.(xv) The practice of preprosthetic surgery and dental implantology.(xvi) Diagnosis and management of patients with temporomandibular joint disorders - 13 -
  • APPENDIX IRecord of Surgical TrainingCandidates will be required to submit a Record of Surgical Training (logbook) which shouldindicate the candidate’s breadth of experience in the specialty. This Record of SurgicalTraining (logbook) should enumerate the various surgical procedures undertaken in whichthe candidate was the principal operator. It should also indicate the method of anaesthesiaand should identify basic details of the surgery undertaken. It will be signed by the trainerand it will confirm the completion of the procedures recorded. The Record of SurgicalTraining (logbook) should indicate the practical experience obtained by the candidate insurgery and that they have the appropriate knowledge and skills required for the practice oforal and maxillofacial surgery to a high standard. At the completion of training it would beexpected that the candidate was experienced and had a thorough understanding of thefollowing:(i) The diagnosis and management of oral disease;(ii) Routine dento-alveolar surgery including removal of ectopic teeth, surgical endodontics and closure of oro-antral fistulae and the treatment of fractured tuberosities and other dento-alveolar injuries;(iii) The management of maxillofacial trauma including a good understanding of the management of soft tissue injuries;(iv) Biopsy techniques and the management of minor soft tissue surgery;(v) Management of benign lesions in mouth and jaws including cysts;(vi) A knowledge of the management of salivary gland disease;(vii) The management of temporomandibular joint disorders;(viii) Pre-prosthetic surgery and the surgical aspects of dental implantology;(ix) Management of pain in the maxillofacial area including the pharmacological and non-pharmacological methods of treatment. Relief of discomfort and dental anxiety should include the selection, prescription and administration of drugs relevant to the practice of oral and maxillofacial surgery(x) The diagnosis and management of orofacial pre-cancer and cancer;(xi) Management of dentofacial deformity including the orthodontic, and orthognathic interface.A copy of the Record of Surgical Training (logbook) must be submitted to the College whenthe candidate submits their application for entry the examination to allow assessment of thecandidate’s progress and suitability for entry to the examination. Communication with thecandidate’s trainer would take place at that time. Four weeks following the receipt of theRecord of Surgical Training (logbook), candidates will be informed whether they may enterfor the next part of the examination or whether further clinical experience is required.During the oral examination the Record of Surgical Training (logbook) may be discussed. Itis not the intention of the Board to prescribe the number of procedures that should be - 14 -
  • obtained but rather the emphasis will be on the quality and the outcome of proceduresdetermined by ongoing clinic audit.APPENDIX IIThe College DirectoryThe Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow232-242 St Vincent StreetGLASGOWG2 5RJTel: +44 (0) 141-221 6072Fax: +44 (0) 141-241 6222Internet: http://www.rcpsg.ac.ukGeneral and Logbook Enquiries +44 (0) 141-221 6072 (switchboard)Examinations & Assessment Unit +44 (0) 141-221 6072 (switchboard)Dental Faculty +44 (0) 141 227 3220 (direct line)Education & Professional Development Unit +44 (0) 141-227 3236 (switchboard)Library +44 (0) 141-227 3204 (direct line)E-mail addressesExaminations & Assessment Unit moms@rcpsg.ac.ukDental Faculty dental@rcpsg.ac.ukEducation & Professional Development Unit symposia@rcpsg.ac.ukLibrary library@rcpsg.ac.uk - 15 -
  • DIPLOMA OF MEMBERSHIP IN ORAL AND MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY RECORD OF SURGICAL TRAINING Reviewed October 2008 - 16 -
  • Training Programme:………………………………………..Name: ……………………………………………………….. PASSPORT PHOTOGRAPHDate of Birth: ……/……/……Nationality: ………………………………………………………..Primary Dental Qualification: ………………………………..(with dates) Date conferred……/……/……Dental School: ………………………………………………..Other Qualifications: ………………………………………..(with dates) Date ……/……/……Present Position: ……………………………………………….Address: ……………………………………………… ……………………………………………… ……………………………………………… ……………………………………………… ………………………………………………Telephone Number……………………………………Fax No:…………………………………………………e-mail ………….………………………………………. - 17 -
  • EXPLANATORY NOTESThis Record of Surgical Training (logbook) is intended to be a record of your operativeexperience in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.1 You are required to required by the Examinations Board in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, to list, in chronological order, the training posts which you have held since your basic dental qualification.2 You are required to record all surgical procedures in which you have been personally involved during the tenure of your listed training. The Consultant supervising your training as soon as possible after its completion should countersign each page of this record.3 The operation record includes the date of the operation, the patients name (and number if available) and age, the nature of the procedure and an indication of whether it was performed, without supervision (P), or under supervision (S), or if you assisted (A).4 Consolidated experience: At the end of each training post (or part of a rotational scheme) you must record consolidated lists of your operative experience on the separate pages provided.5 Academic activities: You are invited to record the various academic activities in which you have been involved in each of your training posts. This record should include publications, and contributions to clinical and scientific meetings, attendance at meetings and training courses, involvement in research projects and audit activities.6 Computerised records of operative experience: A computer generated record of a candidate’s operative experience will be accepted by the College provided it contains the information required in the log book and in the same format and provided it is certified by the supervising consultants. If the computerised record fulfils these requirements it will not be necessary for the candidate to complete the record pages in the Record of Surgical Training (logbook).7 A copy of the Record of Surgical Training (logbook) must be submitted to the College when you submit your application for Part II of the examination. The Record of Surgical Training (logbook) will be assessed by the Examination Board. Communication with the Trainer(s) would normally take place at this time. - 18 -
  • TRAINING POSTS HELDLOCATION POST GRADE START FINISH TRAINER SIGNATURE DATE DATE - 19 -
  • ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES i Conferences and CoursesDATES TITLE LOCATION - 20 -
  • ii PresentationsDATES TITLE V/P/L LOCATION (V – Verbal, P – Poster, L – Invited Lecture) - 21 -
  • iii Publications (List Vancouver style)iv Research Activities e.g. (Title of project, co-workers, funding source &amount)V Audit Activities - 22 -
  • OPERATION RECORDDATE RECORD No/NAME AGE PROCEDURE P/S/A LA = 1 GA = 2 LA/SED = 3CONSULTANT: _____________________________(Block Letters)Signature: __________________________________ Date: ……./……./……. - 23 -
  • OPERATION RECORDDATE RECORD No/NAME AGE PROCEDURE P/S/A LA = 1 GA = 2 LA/SED = 3CONSULTANT:_____________________________(Block Letters)Signature: __________________________ Date: ……./……./……. - 24 -
  • OPERATION RECORDDATE RECORD No/NAME AGE PROCEDURE P/S/A LA = 1 GA = 2 LA/SED = 3CONSULTANT: _____________________________(Block Letters)Signature: __________________________________ Date: ……./……./……. - 25 -
  • OPERATION RECORDDATE RECORD No/NAME AGE PROCEDURE P/S/A LA = 1 GA = 2 LA/SED = 3CONSULTANT:_____________________________(Block Letters)Signature: __________________________ Date: ……./……./……. - 26 -
  • RECORD OF SURGICAL TRAINING (LOGBOOK)The purpose of the Record of Surgical Training (logbook) is to indicate to the examinersthe candidate’s breadth of experience in all aspects of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. TheRecord of Surgical Training (logbook) should enumerate the various surgical proceduresundertaken in which the candidate was involved. The procedures described should beclassified in relation to the form of anaesthesia administered. The Record of SurgicalTraining (logbook) will be signed by the Trainer as confirmation of completion of theprocedures recorded.On completion of the training period in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, operativeproficiency should have been acquired in the following procedures:-1 Diagnosis and management of oral and maxillofacial disease.2 All aspects of dentoalveolar surgery including extraction of teeth and roots, management of ectopic and impacted teeth, surgical endodontics, management of oro-antral/nasal communication and the fractured tuberosity.3 Management of maxillofacial trauma including oral and facial lacerations.4 Minor soft tissue surgery and biopsy techniques.5 Management of cysts and benign lesions of the mouth and jaws.6 Management of salivary gland disease.7 Management of patients with temporomandibular joint disorders.8 Surgical aspects of dental implantology and pre-prosthetic surgery.9 Management by pharmacological and non-pharmacological means of pain in the maxillofacial area, discomfort and dental anxiety including the selection, prescription and administration of relevant drugs.10 Diagnosis and management of orofacial precancer and cancer11 The diagnosis and management of dentofacial deformity including the orthodontic and maxillofacial interface. - 27 -
  • CONSOLIDATION SHEETPost: …………………………………………………… Start Date: ……./……./…….Specialty: ……………………………………………. Finish Date:……./……./…….PROCEDURE P S A TOTAL PROCEDURE P S A TOTALCONSULTANT: _____________________________(Block Letters)Signature: __________________________ Date: ……./……./……. - 28 -
  • CONSOLIDATION SHEETPost: …………………………………………………… Start Date: ……./……./…..Specialty: ……………………………………………. Finish Date:……./……./…..PROCEDURE P S A TOTAL PROCEDURE P S A TOTALCONSULTANT: _____________________________(Block Letters)Signature: __________________________________ Date: ……./……./……. - 29 -
  • CONSOLIDATION SHEETPost: …………………………………………………… Start Date: ……./……./…….Specialty: ……………………………………………. Finish Date:……./……./…….PROCEDURE P S A TOTAL PROCEDURE P S A TOTALCONSULTANT: _____________________________(Block Letters)Signature: __________________________ Date: ……./……./……. - 30 -
  • CONSOLIDATION SHEETPost: …………………………………………………… Start Date: ……./……./…….Specialty: ……………………………………………. Finish Date:……./……./…….PROCEDURE P S A TOTAL PROCEDURE P S A TOTALCONSULTANT: _____________________________(Block Letters)Signature: __________________________________ Date: ……./……./……. - 31 -
  • MOMS BOOK LIST - RCPSG (OCTOBER 2008) Medical Problems in Dentistry, Scully & Cawson, 4th Edition, Wright 1998 (excellent text) Oral Pathology, Soames & Southam (good basic text) 3rd Ed. 1990. Oxford Univ. Press Textbook of General & Oral Medicine, Wray,Lowe, Bagg, Felix and Scully, Churchill Livingstone 1999 (useful basic text) Dental Radiology, Brocklebank, Oxford University Press, 1996 Pain and Anxiety Control for the Conscious Dental Patient, Meechan et al, Oxford University Press Bell’s Orofacial pain. Okesen. Quintessence publications 6th Ed 2005 Operative M.F. Surgery. J. Langdon, Hodder Edcuation. (New Edition April 2009) Maxillofacial Surgery. J Langdon, MF Patel. Chapman & Hall. 1998  Oral and maxillofacial surgery, R Fonseca (10 vol) (expensive but Vol 2 on orthognathic surgery, Vol 3 Trauma, useful, can be bought separately) [new edition in 3 vol 28.6.08] Surgical approaches to the facial skeleton E. Ellis. M Zaid, Williams & Wilkin. 1995 Fractures of the facial skeleton P Banks, A Brown (good basics) 2001. Wright Reconstructive Pre-prosthetic Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Fonseca & Davis, W B Saunders Company 2nd Edition 1995 Oral & Maxillofacial Trauma, Fonseca & Walker, Vols I & II W B Saunders 1991 (useful trauma text) Color Atlas and Text of the Salivary Glands - Disease, Disorders & Surgery, Norman & McGurk, Mosby-Wolfe 1995 (readable useful text) TMJ Internal Derangement & Arthrosis: Surgical Atlas, Dolwick & Sanders 1985 – now dated Atlas of Regional & Free Flaps for Head & Neck Reconstruction, Urken et al, Raven Press 1995  Management of cleft lip and palate. Watson ACH, Sell DA, Grunweld P. (pub. Whur) 2001  Maxillofacial trauma and aesthetic reconstruction. P Ward Booth, BL Eppley, R Schmelzeisen. Publisher Churchill Livingstone. 2003  Complications in Head and Neck surgery, Eisele DW 2nd Ed. Pub. Saunders. 2008 (31st Oct)  Distraction Van Sickels. J.E. (an issue of Atlas of the Oral and Max. fac clinics pub Saunders 2008 (27 Oct)  Minimally invasive maxillofacial surgery. Troulis MJ pub. BC Decker 2008 (15 Aug)  Illustrated lecture notes in Oral and Max. fac. Surgery. Dimitroulis G. Pub. Quintessence 2008 (Jun)  Contemporary Oral and Max. fac. Surgery. Hupp. J R. 5th Edition pub Mosby 2008 (March/April)  Orthognathics, Van Sickels. Pub. Elsevier Health Sciences 2008 (July)  Clinical review of oral and maxillofacial surgery Bagheri S C pub Elsevier Health Sciences 2008 (April)  Decision making in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. Laskin D pub. Quintessence 2008 (Aug)  Distraction osteogenesis of the facial skeleton. Bell W.H. pub. BC Decker 2008 (Aug)  Surgical management of the temporo-mandibular joint Indresano A T pub Elsevier health Sciences 2008 (July) (An issue of Oral and Max. fac clinics) - 32 -
  •  Navigational Surgery of the facial skeleton Schramm A pub Springer (publication 2006 –in print July 2008). Peterson’s principles of oral and maxillofacial surgery (2nd Edition) Miloro M. pub BC Decker 2008 (pub date 2008) Comprehensive cleft care Losee J E pub McGraw-Hill Medical (Nov. 2008) Cleft Lip and Palate (interdisciplinary issues and treatment) Moller K T 2nd Ed pub Pro Ed 2008 (June) Cleft Palate and Craniofacial anomalies (effects on speech and resonance) Kummer AW pub Thomson Delmar Learning 2008 (July) Soft Tissue craniofacial surgery Thomas pub informa healthcare 2008 (Aug) Cleft Lip and Palate Berkowitz S pub. Springer 2008 (July) Essentials of microbiology, Bagg. J. et al 2nd ed. Oxford Univ. Press 2006 Assessment and management of orofacial pain, Zakrzewska & Harrison. Elsevier 2002 Oral microbiology Philip March and Martin pub Wright 1999 Salivary gland disorders. Myers EN pub Springer 2008 (Aug 07-July 08) Oral and Maxillofacial infections Topazian, Goldberg & Hupp, 4th Ed. Pub Saunders 2002 Textbook of General and Oral Surgery – Wray, D., Stenhouse, D., D., Lee, D., Clark, A.J.E. Churchill, Livingstone. Minor Oral surgery, 3rd ed, Howe GL, Wright Churchill’s pocketbook of clinical dentistry, 2nd ed, Chestnutt IG & Gibson J, Churchill Livingstone Surgical endodontics 2nd ed, Barnes IE, Wright (1991) Management of unerupted and impacted third molar teeth, Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network 2000 Outline of Oral surgery Parts 1 and 2, Seward GR et al, Wright 2nd Ed 1998 An introduction to Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. Mitchell, DA Oxford University Press. Textbook of general and oral medicine, Wray D, Churchill Livingstone Oral Medicine – a picture test guide, Wray D and Gibson J, Churchill Livingstone Essentials of oral pathology and oral medicine 7th ed, Cawson RA & Odell EW, Churchill Livingstone 2002 Oral manifestation of systemic disease 2nd ed, Jones JH and Mason DK (Eds) Balliere Tindall?date A clinical guide to oral medicine 2nd ed, Lamey P-J & Lewis MAO, British Dental Association Oral and Maxillofacial medicine. Scully C.M., 2nd Ed. Churchill Livingstone 2008 Paediatric Dentistry. Welbury R. Duggal & Hosey MT. Oxford Univ. Press 2005 Oral Cancer. Shah J, Johnson, & Batsakis 2003 publ. Martin Dunitz (Salivary Gland pathology, Eveson J et all – out of print) Temporo mandibular joint (Disease) Dimitroulis G Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology. Neville, Damm & Bouquot Saunders 2008 Pathology and Genetic of Head and Neck Tumours Barnes, Eveson, Reichart & Sidransky Oxford Univ. Press 2005 Essential of pathology for dentistry McMahon & Sloane Textbook and Colour Atlas of Salivary Gland Pathology: diagnosis and management, Carlson, ER & Ord. RA, Wylie, Blackwell 2008. Fundamentals of Orthognathic Surgery. Harris M and Hunt N. Second Edition Imperial College Press 2008 - 33 -