The modern training pathway for junior surgeons prior to specialty training encourages rotation through a variety of specialties with the aim of creating a well-rounded surgeon. While the syllabus of the intercollegiate Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons aims to prepare individuals broadly for the major surgical specialties, oral and maxillofacial surgery (OMFS) represents an additional challenge for singly qualified trainees (either doctors or dentists) working as junior trainees (eg F2 trainees, dental F2 trainees, core trainees, senior house officers/trust grade surgeons) in a specialty that ultimately requires dual qualification in medicine and dentistry.

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