Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Residency
The Division's CODA accredited residency accepts four residents per year in two training tracks: a four-year certificate program or an integrated six-year MD/oral surgery program. Upon successful completion, residents are eligible to apply for examination leading to certification by the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. Gary F. Bouloux, DDS, MD, MDSc, is the Emory OMFS residency program director.
Encountering more than 1,000 major inpatient cases per year, residents see inpatients at Emory University Hospital, Emory University Hospital Midtown, and Children's Healthcare of Atlanta at Egleston, and also treat inpatients and outpatients at The Emory Clinic, Grady Memorial Hospital, and the Atlanta VA Medical Center.
The scope of the on-service rotations in these facilities gives trainees experience in oral and maxillofacial trauma, pathology and reconstruction cases, tertiary referral, office-based anesthesia, third molar surgery, minor preprosthetic surgery, surgical and non-surgical treatment of TMJ disorders, dental implant and concomitant bone graft cases, and comprehensive reconstruction cases. Senior level residents track patients from initial visits through their surgical workup, respective procedures, and follow-up.
OMFS grand rounds conferences are held every Monday morning, senior level residents conduct weekly evening teaching sessions, and the OMFS journal club convenes monthly. Residents are often sponsored to the AAOMS meeting and other select conferences.
The Division also hosts one to two-week externships that introduce dental students to a wide range of hospital-oriented oral and maxillofacial surgical care. Please see the page dedicated to this program.
Additional information about the Emory oral and maxillofacial surgery residency is featured in this video.
This video is an overview of Emory's general surgery residency. Our four and six year OMFS tracks spend time on the general surgery service.
All residency applicants are required to have a DDS or DMD degree from an ADA accredited dental school. Six-year track applicants must have a NBME score greater than or equal to 67. Four-year track applicants must have a NBME score greater than or equal to 60. The application deadline is October 1st.
It is not necessary to send your application and required documents to our office. All documents must be uploaded to the ADEA Postdoctoral Application Support Service (PASS) website. Required documents include:
ADEA PASS application
Unofficial undergraduate and dental transcripts
Tracey Hollingshed, Residency Program Coordinator
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Emory University School of Medicine
1365 Clifton Road, NE, Building B, Suite 2300, Atlanta, GA 30322