Certification Lecture for CBCT Reporting

This event is now over and took place on 18:30 Thu 29 Jun 2017

We have invited Cambridge Consultant Radiologist and Educator Dr. Pat Set, to provide a two hour lecture which will bring you up to date on how to read CBCT Scans with particular attention to the details of the maxillo-facial skeleton and some of the structures which can be captured on the periphery of such images. The certification in this lecture will allow you to report on your own patient’s images in an approved manner.

Aims and Objectives

  • Principles and practice of interpretation of dentoalveolar CBCT images of the teeth, their supporting structures, the mandible and the maxilla up to the floor of the nose (e.g. smaller fields of view) and of the facial skeleton (e.g. larger fields of view)
  • Normal radiological anatomy on CBCT images
  • Artefacts on CBCT images
  • Radiological interpretation of disease affecting the teeth and jaws and facial skeleton on CBCT images
  • Interpretation of anatomy and disease in adjacent structures to the teeth and their supporting structures and of the facial skeleton
  • Writing a structured radiological report

Where and When

  • Devonshire House Dental Practice
  • Lecture by Cambridge Consultant Radiologist and Educator Dr. Pat Set
  • Thursday 29th June 2017 from 6.30pm -8.30pm
  • 2 hours of verifiable CPD
  • £95