The TMJ & endoscopic maxillofacial surgery fellowship is a 1-year program to train oral and maxillofacial surgeons the diagnosis, treatment, and long-term management of patients with orthopedic temporomandibular joint disorders, as well as unique endoscopic skills needed in the maxillofacial region.
Fellows can expect:
- Excellent clinical exposure: Fellows will manage a high volume of advanced TMJ arthroscopy and total TMJ arthroplasty cases at Michigan Medicine. Fellows will also perform other endoscopic procedure like sialoendoscopy and sinuscopy
- Skilled teaching faculty: All three fellowship faculty are fellowship-trained surgeons with backgrounds in pediatric cleft and craniofacial surgery, as well as advanced TMJ arthroscopy and minimally invasive oral and maxillofacial surgery. Fellowship faculty have over 26 years of combined experience as teachers, researchers, and mentors in the academic setting.
- Career opportunities: Fellows graduating from our program will have unique skills that makes them well positioned to lead in academic surgery, research, and organized healthcare, or gain a competitive advantage in private practice by offering advanced arthroscopic surgery to the community.