Dr. Perciaccante’s OMS Foundation Challenge

Dear Colleagues and members of the GSOMS,

Dr. Vinny Perciaccante has made a pledge to the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Foundation Major Gifts Campaign for $25,000 ($5,000 per year over a five-year period). Dr. Gary Bouloux and Dr. J. David Allen have already matched the pledge.

Dr. Perciaccante says:
“The need to support research and education in OMS cannot be disputed. Our future depends on it. I would love to see a greater degree of involvement and giving from our state so I am going to put my money where my mouth is. I would like to put forth a challenge to the members of GSOMS. If, by December 31, 2016, five members of the GSOMS will match my pledge of $25,000 over five years, to the OMSF Major Gifts Campaign, I will increase my Estate gift to the RV Walker Society of the OMSF by $25,000. If ten do it, I will increase my Estate gift to the RV Walker Society of the OMSF by $50,000”.

To meet Dr. Perciaccante’s challenge, click here to submit your major gifts donation.

Please note “Dr. Perciaccante Challenge” on the form!


Report from AAOMS House of Delegates 2016

Dear GA-OMS colleagues,

The business agenda was quite busy at this year’s AAOMS House of Delegates, held in Las Vegas last month. Our District 3 caucus met in Atlanta in August for our pre-AAOMS summer meeting which included reports from representatives of OMSPAC, OMSF, ABOMS, a Trustee report from Dr. Robert Clark, and allowed for review and comments on the various resolutions that originated from various AAOMS committees or the Board of Trustees. This meeting also offered the opportunity for the district to compose and submit additional resolution(s) prior to the HOD sessions. I have included in this email an attachment which lists the actions of the 2016 House of Delegates. I will provide a brief commentary on a select few of the passed resolutions.


Jeff Schultz

Associate Opportunity

Solo practitioner in Rome, GA looking for an associate. Convenient to Atlanta, Chattanooga and Birmingham, Rome has been named as one of America’s Top 100 places to live. Historic downtown Rome was named a Historic Main Streets across the USA.

Rome has 2 medical centers, Redmond Regional Medical Center and Floyd Medical Center, and a large multispecialty medical clinic, Harbin Clinic. We are home to Shorter University, Berry College, Georgia Highlands College and Georgia Northwestern Technical College. Public schools are ranked high in the state and we boast of an internationally known private school, Darlington School that serves Pre-k-12, as well as several other private schools.

We are home to the Single A Rome Braves, a 60 court tennis center and an active arts community. Rome has a small town atmosphere (pop. 36,000) but a regional population of 380,000.

I need an associate for a thriving 24-year old practice. I am looking for a board certified oral and maxillofacial surgeon with a genuine interest in patient care that will complement the practice and desires to perform full-scope oral and maxillofacial surgery. My highly motivated and positive staff and I will handle the marketing, new patient generation and administration. We offer great income potential and working conditions. Our office has just finished a major renovation to our 5,000 square feet allowing for enhanced patient care in a comfortable environment.

Contact: Dr. John J. Beninato
21 John Maddox Drive
Rome, GA 30165



Posted: August 24, 2016


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Acworth Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Practice for sale

Acworth Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Practice for sale:

Highly profitable Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Practice in N ATL Area.

2500 sq ft with 3 operatories and plenty of space for growth. Over $690k in revenue (3 yr avg) with strong cash flow. Established referral network over 15 yrs.

Email lynn@5thaavc.com for more information.

Posted 6-14-16

ORAL Surgeon Needed for Group Practice

Georgia Group Practice seeking a well-qualified Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon for a part-time or full-time position in the Greater Atlanta Area

Choice One Dental Partners is Dentist-owned and committed to ensuring that every patient enjoys an exceptional dental care experience. We are looking to expand our oral surgery service offerings and seek a high-quality Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon to join our group. Arrangements can be flexible to accommodate existing schedules, including part-time or full-time commitments.  Each of our practices is established with great patients, staff, technological capabilities, and growth potential. This is an opportunity to join a progressive and fast-growing dental group.

Minimum Education and Experience:

  • Must be certified by the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
  • Active State Dental Board license

Email: whieber@choiceonedentalnetwork.com to learn more.

Posted: March 29, 2016

Converting Billing to 15 Minute Intervals at an Oral Surgery Practice






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Associate OMS

Looking for Associate OMS

Date Posted: 9-30-15

Solo practitioner of thriving practice in Rome, Georgia (70 miles NW of Atlanta) looking for associate OMS with genuine interest in patient care.

Highly motivated and positive staff. Great income potential and opportunity in this newly renovated office. I would like to provide you with more information on this practice and our community.

Please email me at Associateinrome@gmail.com

5th Annual Facial Trauma and Reconstruction Conference:

Advances in Maxillofacial Soft and Hard Tissue Reconstruction

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Office Anesthesia Evaluation

Remember if your OAE is due in 2016 you must complete it ASAP.

The penalty for non-completion of your evaluation will be suspension or termination of membership in GSOMS and thereby from the AAOMS. This will impact those who also have insurance through OMSNIC as AAOMS membership is required for OMSNIC coverage.