British Association of Oral Surgeons

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Arms of British Association of Oral Surgeons

Official blazon

Arms : Sanguine, on a pale indented argent between an opinicus rampant contoumee and an eagle, wings elevated and addorsed, Or, a rod of Aesculapius proper.
Crest: On a wreath of the colours, Two fleams addorsed Or, interlaced in fesse of a serpent nowed vert.
Motto: Scientia in unitate.


The arms were officially granted on June 30, 1962.

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