Conference Information

Save the date and plan to join your colleagues at the upcoming
AAMP Virtual Meeting: October 22 – 23, 2021

The Academy is putting together an intriguing line up of invited speakers for your viewing at the virtual meeting in October.   The virtual meeting will include a lecture series, poster presentations, Installation of Officers, a social event and more. Please mark your calendar and attend our 2021 annual meeting.

This continuing education activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the

standards of the ADA Continuing Education Recognition Program (ADA CERP) through joint efforts between the ACP and the American Academy of Maxillofacial Prosthetics

The ACP designates this activity for up to 5 continuing education credits.

Completion of Survey will be required for CE.
Survey link will be provided to attendees at the conclusion of the meeting.  Certificates will be distributed on November 8, 2021 to registered meeting attendees who complete the survey.


Virtual Conference Overview Upcoming Invited Speakers


Monthly Lecture Series
Saturdays @ 10:00am Central Time 


The AAMP is continuing the monthly webinar series on the dates listed below.

Saturday, November 6th 2021
Saturday, December 4th 2021
Saturday,  January 8th, 2022
Saturday,  February 5th 2022
Saturday,  March 12th 2022

Click Here to See Full Webinar Schedule


Message from the AAMP President

Dear Academy Members and Guests,

I trust this finds everyone doing well. With such a focus on our patients, families, and our practices, we have much to be thankful for. As we live in tumultuous times, the centering thought we have brings us back to the mission of our Academy. This includes the way that we interact under the circumstances with each other. Although I certainly miss the camaraderie and collegial nature of our meetings, I am encumbered to follow through with safety precautions and allow the function of our Academy to be viable for years to come. Through discussions from the board of directors, officers, and consideration from our membership survey, we have decided to make the upcoming October annual meeting virtual. 

This certainly comes with a degree of hope that our succeeding meetings can take place by attendance live time. Our program planning committee is making current strides to ensure meeting content is available to you virtually similar to offerings as last year. I trust you all remain safe and healthy and wish you a great summer ahead.

Thomas J. Salinas, DDS

President, American Academy of Maxillofacial Prosthetics