The oral and maxillofacial surgical residency provides the trainee with increasing responsibility in patient management consistent with excellent patient care and safety. Residents in oral and maxillofacial surgery will receive training in the comprehensive management of hard and soft tissue facial trauma and acquired and developmental deformities of the facial skeleton. In addition to an in depth experience in orthognathic surgery, residents receive comprehensive training in the management of obstructive sleep apnea. Other areas of concentration include dentoalveolar surgery, secondary alveolar cleft repair, management of temporomandibular joint disease, functional and esthetic bone graft reconstruction of the jaws and facial skeletal defects, osseointegrated implants, management of head and neck infections and benign neoplasms and cysts of the oral and maxillofacial region. The volume of cases far exceeds accreditation standard requirements.