CBCT Course for Referrers – Two Day Masterclass
We are now taking registrations for our brand new two-day CBCT masterclass.
It is now mandatory for those who refer for Dental CBCT scans to complete a level one CBCT training course. Those who wish to report on CBCT scans will need to complete a Level Two course.
We have listened to your feedback and have made our highly sought after CBCT Course for referrers accessible on a more frequent basis and are offering a quicker completion time. In only 2 days you will have covered all the requirements for Level One and Level Two Training.
Course Aims-Describe what CBCT scans are, how they work and their role in diagnosis and treatment planning
-Discuss the differences between 2D and 3D imaging including comparative doses for CBCT and other dental examinations
-Explain the risks of CBCT and describe how to minimise radiation risks to the patient
-The biological effects of radiation and doses relevant to CBCT
-Risks/benefits of radiation doses relevant to CBCT
-Factors affecting CBCT radiation dose, CBCT image quality versus radiation dose
-How changing machine settings affects CBCT image quality and x-ray quantity
-Discuss the responsibilities of a CBCT referrer with regard to clinical information for justification purposes
-Patient selection: pregnancy, potential pregnancy, infants and children
-Data protection, patient confidentiality and the exchange of information
-Explain why guidelines are important and have an understanding of a dentist’s legal and ethical responsibilities in their various roles of being Referrer, Practitioner and Operator
-Explain what clinical and disease conditions would and would not benefit from CBCT imaging (selection criteria)
-Recognise normal anatomy of the teeth and supporting structures
-Identify the more common imaging artefacts
-Discuss who should provide a radiological report
-What a radiology report should include and how it can affect the treatment plan.
-Look at various CBCT datasets on a variety of clinical applications
-Recognise artefacts that may occur in CBCT images and how this can happen
-Identify “normal” anatomy of the maxilla and mandible
-Recognise important diseases affecting the dento-alveolar regions
-Describe radiological signs of disease, including malignancy
-Use radiological terminology to define abnormalities
-Produce CBCT interpretation reports for the dento-alveolar regions
-Know when to refer cases for a second opinion.
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Quickly seen, no delay. Most welcome
I regularly refer patients to Cavendish Imaging for radiographs and cone beam CT. The staff are knowledgeable, helpful and also kind.
The operative, could not have been more helpful and nice. Also, the staff I spoke to on the phone were polite and most helpful. Very happy with the visit
Thank you for being so kind and helpful throughout. I had issues getting to the appointment and your kindness and patience was much appreciated
Friendly, fast, professional service. Thank you!
Walk-in clinic was very convenient and waiting time was very short.Thank you
Came in with my daughter for her mouth to be scanned, both radiographers were really good with her, taking time to talk to her, explain things and put her at ease, much appreciated
Overall a very prompt and efficient service
I was very promptly seen on arrival at the London walk-in service, the whole process required minimal time.