Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology Mini-Residency at UCSD beginning February 16th to 18th 2023 – Limited Availability (Onsite)

$3,400.00

Course Location
San Diego Dental Health Center
9350 Campus Point Drive Suite 1D
La Jolla, CA 92037

Dates
(Day 1) February 16th, 2023
(Day 2) February 17th, 2023
(Day 3) February 18th, 2023

Time
(Morning) 8:30 to 12:00
(Afternoon) 1:30 to 5:00

Registration
Registration fees: $3400
Early Bird registration: $2975
Early Bird ends January 18th, 2023

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Cone Beam CT and its capabilities for more detailed imaging information and communication have changed the landscape of dentistry. This mini-residency is an update of the standard of care in the diagnosis, treatment planning, and treating patients and the dental/medical legal implications.

Course Location
San Diego Dental Health Center
9350 Campus Point Drive Suite 1D
La Jolla, CA 92037

February 16th, 2023

8:30 to 12:00

  • Anatomy. Various anatomic structures of the oral and maxillofacial area and their common radiological appearance using intraoral, extraoral, and cone beam CT images.
  • Multiplanar reconstructions. Axial, coronal, and sagittal views are used to describe the anatomy.
  • Radiographic guidelines. Visualize bony lesions in 3 dimensions.

1:30 to 5:00

  • Cyst and benign lesions. Overview of the benign lesion that can develop from both odontogenic and nonodontogenic tissues in the maxilla and mandible.
  • Neural and vascular lesions.
  • Fibro-osseous lesions. Fibrous dysplasia in the jaw and their multiple presentations. Their specific radiographic presentations in establishing a diagnosis.
  • Malignancies. Malignant lesions often have serious consequences, including disfigurement and death. The radiographic characteristic appearance of malignancies.
  • Role of radiographic imaging in diagnosis. Osteonecrotic lesions and treatment options.

February 17th, 2023

8:30 to 12:00

  • Endodontics. Guidelines of the American Association of Endodontics
  • The benefits and limitations of CBCT in endodontics.
  • Identification of some differences in the diagnostic abilities of 2D- and 3D-imaging technologies.
  • Management of CBCT in endodontics. Importance of assessing endodontic patients on an individual basis.

1:30 to 5:00

  • Implant surgery. Dental CBCT is justified for presurgical diagnosis, preoperative planning, and preoperative transfer for oral implant rehabilitation.
  • Periodontal disease. CBCT displays 3D images for the diagnosis of intra bony defects, furcation involvements, and buccal/lingual bone destructions.

February 18th, 2023

8:30 to 12:00

  • Dental surgery and dental impactions. Over projection between the third molar and the mandibular canal.
  • Signs that suggest a close contact between the molar and the canal when to use CBCT.
  • TMJ Assessment. Osteoarthritis (OA), juvenile OA, rheumatoid arthritis and related joint diseases, juvenile idiopathic arthritis, and other intra-articular conditions.
  • CBCT used as a cost- and dose-effective imaging modality for the diagnostic assessment of a variety of TMJ conditions. CBCT has been found to be superior to conventional radiographical examinations as well as MRI in assessment of the TMJ.

1:30 to 5:00

  • Sleep Apnea.
  • Evaluation of the upper airway dimensions of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and control subjects using a cone-beam computed tomography.
  • Assessment of the airway dimensions.
  • Incidental findings on CBCT.
  • With low to intermediate clinical importance.
  • With potentially high clinical importance.

Early Bird registration must be before January 18th, 2023. The purchase of any Mini-residency, Webinar Group, Series, or Bundle may not be combined with any previous purchase, nor an Early Bird discount, coupon, or any other special pricing promotion.

Credits
21 CE Credits are earned by UCSD

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