Information about CBCT interpretation course
- Before you read the below information, please quickly glance through “Why should you opt for my Dental Radiology courses?” section by clicking on this link https://www.cbctopglicensing.com.au/about-us/#why-should.
- The CBCT interpretation course is open to all the dental professionals, and this is being conducted almost every month. Please see the upcoming dates, the timings, and prices (with terrific offers) on the right-hand side of this page.
- If you are a NZ dental practitioner, then we have good news for you. This course has been verified by the NZ Dental association and you can see that on the NZDA website.
- Dr Sholapurkar does not prefer delivering this course in a recorded format as he wants to keep it very interactive, and this is what most dental practitioners prefer.
- Please see the learning objectives of the course below
- For those dental practitioners who are already familiar with CBCT interpretation, this course will refresh your current knowledge.
- The lecture handouts will be sent once you register and pay. The Zoom link will be sent to your email address two days prior to the course.
- You will be granted 7 CPD hours for attending this course. This course is highly interactive right from the 1st slide of the presentation. If the discussions prolong, then the number of CPD hours will be granted accordingly. On several occasions in the past, delegates have been granted 8 CPD hours.
- Previous attendees note a significant boost in confidence and understanding of CBCT interpretation post-course completion.
Learning Objectives of CBCT interpretation Course
Learning objectives of CBCT interpretation course
- Whether or not to take a CBCT of your patient – Indications for CBCT in detail.
- What are the ideal requirements to view CBCT scans?
- The systematic and sequential method of viewing small volume CBCT datasets (excluding TMJ’s).
- A basic discussion of CBCT reference planes, Multiplanar reformatting, software navigation, drawing the arch, measurement tools and 3D rendering.
- Anatomical review (Normal anatomical landmarks) of the Maxilla, Mandible and supporting structures in a small volume CBCT datasets (excluding TMJ’s).
- Reviewing small volume CBCT scans for Implants including nerve tracing.
- Reviewing small volume CBCT scans for 3rd molar evaluation and its relation to the IAN.
- Reviewing small volume CBCT scans for Endodontic cases.
- Reviewing small volume CBCT scans to evaluate dentoalveolar trauma.
- Diagnosis of a few common dental and non-dental pathologies that a general dental practitioner may encounter in their day-to-day practice.
Upcoming CBCT interpretation Courses 2024
7 CPD hours
Time: 8.30am – 3.30pm (Brisbane time)
Online via Zoom – Limited to 30 delegates
10% discount for all the dentists (AUD 810+GST)
15% discount for freshers (AUD 765 + GST)
AUD $900 +GST