CBCT Imaging, Viewing, Interpretation & Software Tools
September 25 @ 8:00 am - 4:00 pm PDT$25.00 – $399.00
Presented by: Robert J. Timothy, DDS, MS
Length: 7.0 hours
Subject Code: 130 Electives
- $199.00 AGD Member Dentist
- $399.00 Non-AGD Member Dentist
- $50.00 UWSOD AGD Student Member
- $85.00 Non-AGD UWSOD Student
Parking and lunch will be provided with course tuition.
(All Attendees Must Register in Order to Receive Credit Hours)
- $99.00 AGD Member Dentist
- $399.00 Non-AGD Member Dentist
- $25.00 UWSOD AGD Student Member
- $85.00 Non-AGD Student
Washington AGD Imiplantology Montana Study Club
Northern Montana Oral Surgery & Dental Implants
2511 Bobcat Way
Great Falls, MT 59405
Contact: Dr. Justin Poulson for more information- jpoulson322@
- $99.00 AGD Members
- $199.00 Non-AGD Members
Cone beam computer tomography (CBCT) has added exciting imaging options for dentists. 3D imaging with cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) and other 3D modalities is the path to the future of dentistry for major improvements in radiographic diagnosis, treatment planning and digital dentistry. With the cost of CBCT imaging units dropping, many are adding these tools to their day to day patient diagnostics. CBCT technology has provided a low dose and relatively low cost means of providing 3D imaging of the maxillofacial region for dentistry and has the potential to become an essential component of a modern dental practice. However, many of us are not utilizing these CBCTs to their full potential due to a lack of experience and training.
This course is designed to familiarize each participant with the fundamentals of cone beam computed tomography technology and its many applications to dentistry. Radiologist, Robert J. Timothy, DDS, MS, will review CBCT imaging and interpretation via this “hands-on” virtual course. Participants will utilize the free Planmeca Romexis Viewer software to follow along on their laptops and complete exercises.
- Importing and Exporting DICOM® files to ensure compatibility between users.
- Discuss field of view options. What do we need for the task at hand? (Single arch, both arches, limited field of view, teeth discluded, teeth occluded, etc.)
- Guidelines on CBCT resolution. What image quality do we need for various diagnostic purposes?
- Understanding anatomy and pathology including evaluation of sinuses.
- CBCT liability.
- How to select and use an outside CBCT reading service.
- CBCT evaluation to diagnose endodontic lesions.
- Creating panoramic images from CBCT.
- Implant planning with CBCT.
- Evaluation of temporomandibular joints with CBCT.
Doctors will be given links to download Romexis Viewer software and practice files. This software will run both on Windows and Mac computers. It will not perform well on an iPad, tablet, smartphone or other such device. Software should be installed before coming to the course. Do not expect software installation support at the course. A mouse is necessary for manipulation of images. You will need to bring a mouse with you.
The course evaluation is required for all attendees, both live and virtual, to receive an attendance verification. The evaluation and attendance verification can be found in the online course available by logging in, selecting My Courses from the account dashboard, and then selecting the course link.
Virtual Meeting Access:
This virtual meeting will be available in the Washington AGD Learning Portal.
A test will be given at the end of the course along with an evaluation which must be completed in order to receive credits for attending virtually.
- Log in at https://washingtonagd.org/my-account/
- Click ‘My Courses’ from the Account Dashboard
- Download the Romexis Viewer software and install it prior to the session.
- View practice files. Link is available in the online course. Files will be available 10 days prior to the session.
About the Presenter
Robert J. Timothy
After graduating from the University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Dentistry, Dr. Timothy joined the US Army dental corps and completed an AEGD one-year residency in general dentistry. After fulfilling his 3-year commitment, he returned to the Intermountain West and practiced in the southeast Idaho town of Montpelier. After 19 years in private practice, he returned to the University of North Carolina School of Dentistry to study Oral Maxillofacial Radiology. Dr. Timothy currently has a private practice in oral radiology and is a part-time clinical instructor at the University of Utah School of Dentistry. Dr. Timothy is a fellow of the American Board of Oral Maxillofacial Radiology.
The Washington AGD is a Approved PACE Program Provider for FAGD/MAGD credit. Approval does not imply acceptance by any regulatory authority or AGD endorsement. AGD-Washington, Nationally Approved From 6/1/2018 - 5/31/2024
CE Credits will be issued for Verified Attendance at the WAGD/CARDP Ongoing Webinars
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