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Ultra Low Dose CBCT: What it Means for Orthodontics
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Author(s): Dr. Jay Burton   (view all courses by this author)
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The use of CBCT in orthodontics has been a topic of much discussion and controversy, specifically, with regard to radiation dose and public health concerns. Ultra Low Dose CBCT technology is now more than ever a viable and recommended option for clinicians due to the decrease in radiation exposure to patients.  Because of this, clinicians must begin learning to use this technology and become comfortable with the manipulation of and workflow with 3D volumes. 


Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand the concerns surrounding the use of CBCT on all patients and how Ultra Low Dose (ULD) has changed that discussion.
  2. Recognize the importance/indications for ULD CBCT imaging to orthodontic diagnosis and treatment planning.
  3. Comprehend the workflow and learning curve associated with the diagnosis and treatment planning of orthodontic patients in 3D.

This course is sponsored by Planmeca.

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