New Logo (Since 2022)
Green and light orange were chosen in keeping with the colour scheme of the original logo, which has served the association well for 30 years. Light orange signifies youth and vibrancy while green represents rebirth and renewal. The two concentric circles represent the wide and ever-expanding scope of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. The Rod of Asclepius, a serpent-entwined rod wielded by the Greek deity Asclepius, is a symbol of healing and medicine. This symbol signifies the extensive medical knowledge required in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and the tight-knit relationship with our medical colleagues. The laurel wreath is used as a symbol of victory, success, and achievement, which aptly represents the accomplishments of those who paved the way for this specialty in Singapore.
The face with 2 concentric circles within represents our specialty and its scope of work in the treatment of the maxillofacial complex. The area bounded by the smaller circle signifies the diagnosis and treatment of conditions involving the mouth and the jaws as the traditional areas of our practice. Our expanded areas of practice involving the region of the face and neck is represented by the region encompassed by the larger circle. The colour orange is stimulating and vibrant, which is what our association aims to achieve for the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery community in Singapore.