ACDE Webinar | Anatomical Variations on CBCT: Can They Impact Clinical Practice?

Cone beam computed tomography is a powerful dentistry tool widely used for diagnosis and treatment planning in various clinical conditions. Over two decades of CBCT use have shown how often patients present anatomical variations not seen on 2D radiographs. These anatomical variations may significantly impact treatment planning. Discover common anatomical variations seen on CBCT and how these findings affect your clinical practice.

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Register for Upcoming Sessions

June 7, 2024 10:00 am - June 7, 2024 12:00 pm

All times for all events are in local Central Time.

Zoom Webinar

Course Number: CF4486

Enrollment is limited to 27.



Learn How To

  • Recognize dental, osseous, and neurovascular anatomical variations commonly observed in CBCT exams
  • Understand the clinical significance of anatomical variation findings and how they may influence treatment planning

Training Methods

Illustrated lectures, discussions, and case studies