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Course Details

CBCT Common Findings – Dentoalveolar

Barett Andreasen, DDS

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Time: 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm Code: F19 Cost: $50 | $65 after 9/26 Date: Friday, Oct 25

Subject:  Dental Technology/Imaging |  Audience: Dentists |  CE Credits: 3 hours Lecture

Course Description:

Incidental findings are present in up to 93% of CBCT scans within the dental setting. When unrecognized or undiagnosed, these findings can cause delays in treatment, prompt unnecessary procedures, increase cost for both the patient and the clinician, and significantly impact patient health and treatment outcomes. Clinicians must know what can appear on their CBCT scans and how to handle it. This course consists of a pictorial review of common findings within the dentoalveolar region. It will examine which findings are relevant to your patients, what they mean to you, and when you should refer to a specialist or physician for further treatment and evaluation.

Learning Objectives:

  • Recognize common findings in the mandible, maxilla, sinuses, and soft tissues.
  • Appreciate the clinical relevance of radiographic findings on CBCT images.
  • Learn to identify changes that suggest pathological processes.
  • Understand when it is necessary to refer patients for further treatment and radiographic evaluation.

About the Speaker: Dr. Barett Andreasen is an accomplished Oral and Maxillofacial Radiologist, lecturer, and founder of the oral radiology practice, Radiodontics. Dr. Andreasen completed his oral radiology residency at the UCLA School of Dentistry, where he received advanced education in interpreting and evaluating CBCT imaging, panoramic radiographs, and other imaging modalities. Since then, he has provided his expertise to dentists and specialists nationwide. He works closely with specialists in Oral and Craniofacial Surgery, Orofacial Pain, Oral Pathology, Orthodontics, and more. Dr. Andreasen is a strong advocate for patient safety, health, and welfare regarding the use of radiation in dentistry. He believes that proper education of the public and the clinician leads to more effective treatment, diagnosis, and communication. Dr. Andreasen is a speaker and member of Catapult Education’s Speakers Bureau. In between cases and lectures, Dr. Andreasen enjoys sharing radiology tips on social media and has published several diagnostic aids which are in use in dental school programs throughout the country. Dr. Andreasen obtained his DDS at Texas A&M College of Dentistry in Dallas, Texas, and graduated with a BS in Biophysics from Brigham Young University. He lives in Salt Lake City, Utah, with his wife, three children, and dog.

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