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Pre – Congress Workshop
Monday, 23rd – Wednesday, 25th September 2024

SASMFOS Congress
Thursday, 26th – Saturday, 28th September 2024

Advanced Craniomaxillofacial Surgery. Tumor, Corrective Bone Surgery and Trauma



Co-authored by Michael Ehrenfeld, Neal Futran, Paul N Manson and Joachim Prein.

(Published October 2020, 748 pages)

Featuring more than 1,100 expertly drawn illustrations and images, the Advanced Craniomaxillofacial Surgery book is the comprehensive, highly anticipated follow-up to the original work on Principles of Internal Fixation of the Craniomaxillofacial Skeleton that was published in 2012.

With detailed contributions from more than 80 renowned international authors, Advanced Craniomaxillofacial Surgery significantly builds on the solid foundation laid by the previous textbook. The new book comprises sophisticated techniques in skeletal and soft-tissue analysis for the disciplines of craniomaxillofacial, trauma, tumor, orthognathic surgery, as well as facial and esthetic surgery.

The advent of microvascular surgery, skeletal analysis, computerized surgical planning, personalized implant creation, and comprehensive radiographic analysis have given rise to new principles, techniques and possibilities, which are explored extensively in this new textbook. Advanced Craniomaxillofacial Surgery should be part of every surgeon’s library.


We were delighted to invite delegates and exhibitors to our annual SASMFOS Congress in 2022. The 2022 SASMFOS Annual Conference was held from Thursday, 22nd September 2022 – Saturday, 24th September 2022 in Century City, Cape Town!


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