Fri 16 July 2021 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Cone beam computed tomography in dentistry
Learn about applications and indications for cone beam imaging.
When should I be using cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) and not using CBCT?
There is considerable confusion around the applications and indications for CBCT in the dental community. When is CBCT appropriate and when is it contra-indicated? Explore the answers to these questions and learn a method for getting the most out or your cone beam data sets.
Learn how to:
- Identify when it is appropriate to use CBCT
- Recognise when CBCT is contra-indicated
- Apply a method to systematically review CB data sets.
Presented by Professor Paul Monsour.
CPD hours: 1 clinical hour
RSVP by 14 July.
Please note: After registering for this event, you will receive confirmation of registration. Once registration has closed on the 14 July, you will receive a separate email with the zoom webinar log on details on 15 July.
Professor Paul Monsour
Emeritus Professor Paul Monsour graduated from the University of Queensland in 1978 with a BDSc (hons). He completed a PhD in Oral Biology in 1987 and a Masters degree in Oral Radiology & Pathology in 1991. Professor Monsour was the first registered specialist in DentoMaxillofacial radiology (DMFR), working in full-time private radiology practice on the east coast of Australia.
He was appointed the foundation Professor of DMFR at the University of Queensland in 2009. Professor Monsour developed the first specialist training program in Australia for DentoMaxillofacial radiologists.
Paul is an associate member of the RANZCR, a member of the Radiation Advisory Council of Qld., a Fellow of the International College of Dentists and holds an MRACDS (DMFR) from the Royal College of Dental Surgeons.