CBCT IN CONTEMPORARY DENTAL PRACTICE: 2-DAY HANDS-ON

CBCT IN CONTEMPORARY DENTAL PRACTICE: 2-DAY HANDS-ON

$1,995.00Price

*Future date will be updated in early 2022. Thank you for your patience!

 

3D imaging in contemporary dentistry has dramatically transformed our workflow and efficiency. We can now generate complex imaging easily and routinely using cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) technology. This modality has allowed us to see more, and to understand more. And yes, we are actually doing more as a direct result. Virtually all disciplines including Implant dentistry, endodontics, oral surgery, periodontics, and orthodontics are utilizing this technology together with comprehensive digital workflows. Many clinicians now own a CBCT device or have easy access to one.


As end-users of this new technology, we must understand how to interpret the data, and how to utilize the data to the fullest extent. Due to the nature of the imaging technology, we veer into unintended areas or anatomy, and many times, we do face the liability of interpreting areas that we may not be experts in. This program is two days in length, and significant time will be devoted to a practical workshop whare participants will be working “hands-on” actual cases for interpreting data and also generating a surgical guide for simple and complex cases.

  • General Information

    Topic: 

    CBCT in Contemporary Dental Practice: Everything from Interpreting the Images to Fully Utilizing the Technology

     

    Course Speaker: 

    Dr. jIn Y. Kim

    Board certified periodontist and implant Specialist, International Lecturer, Founder of West Coast Dental Study Club, Co-director of GDIA

     

    Date/Time: 

    *Future date will be updated in early 2022. Thank you for your patience!

     

    CE units earned: 

    14 CEU 

     

    Tuition: 

    $1995

     

    Location: 

    World Academy of Dental Education

    Young's Dental Training Center 1F
    13043 166th Street Cerritos, CA 90703

     

     

  • Speaker

    Dr. jIn Y. Kim

    Board certified periodontist and implant Specialist, International Lecturer, Founder of West Coast Dental Study Club, Co-director of GDIA

  • Course Outline

    3D imaging in contemporary dentistry has dramatically transformed our workflow and efficiency. We can now generate complex imaging easily and routinely using cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) technology. This modality has allowed us to see more, and to understand more. And yes, we are actually doing more as a direct result. Virtually all disciplines including Implant dentistry, endodontics, oral surgery, periodontics, and orthodontics are utilizing this technology together with comprehensive digital workflows. Many clinicians now own a CBCT device or have easy access to one.


    As end-users of this new technology, we must understand how to interpret the data, and how to utilize the data to the fullest extent. Due to the nature of the imaging technology, we veer into unintended areas or anatomy, and many times, we do face the liability of interpreting areas that we may not be experts in. This program is two days in length, and significant time will be devoted to a practical workshop whare participants will be working “hands-on” actual cases for interpreting data and also generating a surgical guide for simple and complex cases.


    During this 2 day extensive hands-on lecture with interactive demonstration sessions, you will learn the followings: 

    • Understand the technology behind the 3D imaging
    • A comparison of the devices available in contemporary market
    • The common pathology that can be recognized in 3D imaging
    • Interpreting the data, and when does the radiologist come in?
    • Planning dentoalveolar, periodontal, and implant surgery utilizing the 3D imaging
    • How do you plan implant surgery, impacted tooth, or periodontal surgery using 3D images
    • Surgical guide in implant dentistry: The workflow including software, printer and materials
    • Who designs the guide and who fabricates the guide?