- Dental Radiology
April 13, 2019
- Digital conventional radiography - advantages and disadvantages
- Radiological diagnosis of the most common and/or important lesions affecting the face and jaws.
- Those lesions which appear radiolucent on conventional radiography
- Those lesions which appear radiopaque on conventional radiography
- Cone-Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) and the dentist.
- Its essential advantages (in comparison to medical CT)
- Superior spatial resolution
- Superior reduction in radiation dose
- Its clinical uses — used where two-dimensional (2D) conventional radiography cannot further help with a specific case.
- Pre-implant planning
- Impacted teeth
- Definitive diagnosis of some lesions previously observed on conventional radiographs
- Affecting the maxillary sinus
- Diagnosis without surgical exploration
- Pre-operative planning and effective patient counselling
- Its downsides
- Its technique is not as easy to perform — much training and practice is required
- There are some major differences between the various makes.
- Requirement to get a radiologist to report a large field of view.
- Composite Restorative Dentistry Lecture
Dr. David Clark
November 29, 2019 (Friday)
- Composite Restorative Dentistry Hands-on
Dr. David Clark
November 30, 2019 (Saturday)
Note: Saturday is limited to 40 participants. Friday is a prerequisite for Saturday: you must attend Friday in order to do Saturday and hands-on part.
The Atlantic Provinces Academy of General Dentistry serves members in
New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland.
The Academy strives to represent the interests of general dentists and
improve the quality of comprehensive dental services, health promotion
and wellness. Though the Academy's primary focus is continuing education,
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