Conebeam Continuum: Advanced Analysis and Planning with CBCT

Presented by:
Kevin Aminzadeh
BSc (Pharmacy), DDS, MS, FRCD
Mar 15, 2019
(9:00am - 4:00pm)
Crowne Plaza Hotel
901 Spring Street
Elizabeth, NJ 07201
United States
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Conebeam Continuum: Advanced Analysis and Planning with CBCT 

Friday | March 15, 2019 in Elizabeth, NJ


Patient Dose in Perspective and Case Reviews
Presented by: Dr. Francisco Eraso
10:15am - 12:00pm 

Course Overview:
Dr. Eraso will review radiographic anatomy as seen on CBCT images from the cranial base to the suprahyoid neck. The radiographic presentation of common odontogenic lesions including periapical and pericoronal pathology, and common non-odontogenic pathology will be discussed. Emphasis will be on the description of radiographic features and the formulation of differential diagnoses.

Learning Objectives:

  • Know the basic operating principles and terminology of CBCT imaging
  • Understand radiation dose from the different fields of view
  • Recognize anatomy and anatomical variants on CBCT images
  • Recognize common pathology on CBCT images

How to Build a Successful Implant Practice using a Proven Digital Workflow
Presented by: Kevin Aminzadeh

1:00pm - 4:00pm

Course Overview:
This didactic course will provide participants a restoratively-driven approach to leveraging cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) imaging with dental digital technologies to maximize outcomes with single-tooth implant therapy. Discussion of topics will include: utilizing CBCT imaging to improve interdisciplinary implant planning and communication, steps for use of radiographic and digital diagnostic data to facilitate guided implant surgery, and demonstration of emerging technologies to expedite implant provisionalization and periimplant soft-tissue maturation prior to definitive restoration with a custom CAD/CAM abutment.

Learning Objectives:

  • Highlight strategies to improve effective communication between the surgical and
    restorative team utilizing CBCT technology.
  • Discuss uses of scan appliances to aid in proper diagnosis and treatment planning, as well as helping to facilitate guided surgical protocols for the benefit of the surgical and
    restorative team members.
  • Demonstrate emerging workflows to connect guided surgery with digital implant
    provisionalization as a means to expedite treatment timeframes and maximize outcomes.


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