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Webinar: CBCT, Do You Always Need It?

4 November 2020

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Presented by: Andrew Shelley
Host: Anthony Cooper
Date: 4 November 2020
Time: 19:00

There are good reasons to use Cone Beam CT but also good reasons not to use it.  So how do we decide when to use CBCT when planning dental implants?  Andrew will show how the efficacy of diagnostic imaging is evaluated and present the available evidence.  Research methods in recent projects concerning imaging prior to implant placement in the anterior edentulous mandible will be considered. Current imaging guidelines will be discussed and Andrew will present his hints and tips for good imaging practice prior to dental implant placement.

 

Learning objectives:

This lecture will be relevant to the following GDC Enhanced CPD Development Outcomes

C - Maintenance and development of knowledge and skill within your field of practice

  • To consider the risks and benefits of dental imaging
  • To describe how the efficacy of diagnostic imaging is evaluated
  • To introduce some good practice tips in dental imaging

 

D – Maintenance of skills behaviours and attitudes which maintain patient confidence in you and the dental profession and put patients’ interests first.

  • To describe current research in imaging prior to dental implant placement
  • To consider relevant research methods in recent projects
  • To discuss current guidelines in dental radiography prior to dental implant placement

Biography

PhD MSc BDS MFGDP(UK) DPDS MGDS RCSEd FDS RCSEd FFGDP(UK) Dip Rest Dent RCS Eng

Specialist in Prosthodontics

Andrew is in specialist practice in Manchester, UK.  Qualified in 1979, he is a fellow of the Royal Colleges of Surgeons of Edinburgh and of England and honorary research fellow of the University of Manchester.  He has a special interest in imaging prior to dental implant placement and is the author of several published papers on the impact of cone beam technology on implant treatment planning and patient outcomes.  Andrew is a co-author of the FGDP(UK)’s selection criteria in dental radiography.

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