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CBCT Essentials 3 Day Master Class


CBCT Essentials 3 Day Master Class


24 May 2017


13 October 2017


The Campbell Academy

Course Location:


Contact Name:

Tom Reason

Contact Phone:

0115 9823 919



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Course aims:

To provide an extensive, high quality, competency based course on CBCT principles and reporting for dental surgeons.

Course content:

Michael Bornstein (University of Hong kong) is one of the worlds’ leading experts on cone beam computerised tomography and The Campbell Academy are delighted to be able to invite him back for the third year in a row to provide a three-day course in CBCT Essentials.

As Michael has now taken up his new role in Hong Kong we have developed and innovative and highly technological way of connecting with him live to lecture to the course and provide interactive discussion on the opening day. It was essential to have Michael represented and his expertise in this area is invaluable to complement the input from Colin, Andy and Taimoor.

We will discuss detailed anatomy on CBCT, adequate reporting of CBCT, dosage and dosimetry of CBCT and complication diagnosis using CBCT. With our other speakers discussing guided surgery and many other relevant areas. Delegates will also be introduced to third party software available to plan implant surgery. The course will follow and exceed the most up-to-date CPD requirements for CBCT in the UK and Europe.

Please note that this is a split course. Delegates will be required to attend both the May and October dates in order to complete the course.

Course Benefits:

Following the course delegates will have an understanding and have achieved competence in:

1. The nature of CBCT. How CBCT images are obtained, the various units available and the physics surrounding the production of CBCT.

2. Radiation protection including dose, ALARA, quality of image produced and best use of technology for patient benefit.

3. Applications for CBCT and use both in dental practice and in dental medicine.

4. Normal anatomy identified on CBCT scans and how to report this.

5, The basis of CBCT reporting including which information to include, which information not to include and reporting in different formats including multiplaner radiography, oblique and curved.

6. The philosophy of CBCT and dose reduction and the benefits of CBCT to patients.

7. Practical training in the reporting of CBCT and a competency based programme of 20 cases to be reported and marked to demonstrate competency of CBCT reporting being obtained.

8. Future applications of CBCT including guided surgery.