Module 4 –The Basic of Dental Implants Radiology & planning

  1. 2D radiology program

AIM:

Introduce the participants to a systematic approach of the 2D diagnostic imaging aspects.

 

OBJECTIVES:

  • Discuss the X-Ray techniques (analog, digital):

  • Intra oral radiology.

  • Extra oral radiology.

  • Be aware of the errors of Intra-Oral Radiology

  • Be aware of the errors of Extra-Oral Radiology

  • Review the 2D radiographical anatomical landmarks (Maxilla and Mandible)

  • Discuss the inclusion of prosthetic considerations in the complete treatment plan

  • Careful assessment of available hard and soft tissues.

  • Diagnosis and planning of surgical procedures 

  • Assess the potential risks and complications to surgical procedures in variances to the average radiographic appearance

 

AT THE END OF THE COURSE, THE PARTICIPANTS WILL BE ABLE TO:

  • Successfully take 2D imaging

  • Distinguish normal from abnormal radiographic appearances.

  • Develop a differential diagnosis of the radiographic findings

  • Use 2D imaging to formulate a proper diagnosis

  • Use diagnostic adjuncts to clinically evaluate and overcome shortcomings in various imaging techniques

 

 2. 3D Radiology Program

AIM:

Introduce the participants to the value and limitations of various 3D imaging techniques in the dentist’s daily work.

 

OBJECTIVES:

  • Discuss the 3D imaging techniques

  • Computed tomography (CT)

  • Cone beam computed tomography (CBCT)

  • Discuss the advantages and limitations of the 3D imaging techniques (CT, CBCT).

  • Review the 3D radiographical anatomical landmarks (Maxilla and Mandible)

  • Discuss the use and the manipulation of various 3D software.

  • Introduction to the reading of three-dimensional radiological records.

  • Introduction to the guided surgery

  • Fabrication and utilization of the radiographic guide

  • Transformation of the radiographic guide into a directional surgical guide

  • Fabrication of the full surgical guide

  • Introduction to the pre- and postoperative 3D diagnosis in:

  • Dental implantology

  • Periodontology

  • Endodontics

 

 

AT THE END OF THE COURSE, THE PARTICIPANTS WILL BE ABLE TO:

  • Successfully manipulated 3D imaging software

  • Successfully read and interpretation 3D imaging records

  • Distinguish normal from abnormal radiographic appearances.

  • Develop a differential diagnosis of the radiographic findings

  • Use 3D imaging to formulate a proper diagnosis

  • Use 3D imaging to realize a surgical guide

Course Duration (Days): 2 Days

Language: English

Total Points: 20 CE

  • 16 CE (2 days per 8 hours)

  • 1 CE (Hands on training, how to read computed tomography cuts, how to manipulate reconstruction programs)

  • 1 CE (Case Discussions)

  • 2 CE (Review and Session Exam)

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