Radiographic Interpretation: Review and Update
Advances in imaging technology have brought a wealth of new and revitalized imaging modalities to the dental office. Selection of radiographic examinations, both two and three dimensional, in light of patient’s concerns over radiation exposure has become an important topic. Maximizing diagnostic yield, treatment planning, record keeping, and fulfilling our obligations to protect our patients are ongoing concerns.
This course will cover the following topics:
- Radiation biology, patient concerns, and the diagnostic process in dentistry.
- Selection of radiographic examinations. Understanding and applying the new Radiographic Guidelines to everyday dental practice.
- Intraoral and panoramic.
- Advanced imaging.
- Intraoral, panoramic, and Cone Beam CT.
- Radiographic interpretation of common dental disease:
- Marginal periodontitis.
- Apical inflammatory lesions.
- Radiographic interpretation of benign disease.
- Radiographic interpretation of malignant disease.
- Radiographs in treatment planning.
- Writing a radiology report.
- Interpretation of advanced imaging.
STEVEN R. SINGER, DDS
Professor and Chair
Department of Diagnostic Sciences
Wednesday, September 11, 2019
9 a.m. to 12 noon (earn 3 credit hours)
at The Rutgers School of Dental Medicine
$105 for All Registrants
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