Register for WEBINAR: Technology and Techniques for Dental Implant Success AND Panoramic Radiographs: 2D with a 3D Perspective
September 27, 2023
Earn 7 CE CREDITS
$99 for Members
$79 Auxiliaries & Retired Members
ABOUT THE PROGRAM:
Dr. Kelly Tanner Dr. Barret Anderson
Course Summary for Technology and Techniques for Dental Implant Success:
You know dental implants require specialized care, but do you have a WHY and HOW behind your workflow? This course will provide insight into how to create a diagnostic and maintenance workflow, utilizing the latest technology and home care recommendations that will set your patients up for a lifetime of success.
Learning Objectives for Technology and Techniques for Dental Implant Success:
Differentiate between a healthy, inflamed, and diseased implant
Understand technology and techniques available for implant maintenance
Understand when and where specific technology is indicated on implants based on periodontal condition and type of implant
Apply knowledge of what tools to recommend to patients for homecare around implants
Course Summary for Panoramic Radiographs: 2D Imaging with a 3D perspective:
Superimposition, artifacts, and distortion have always limited understanding of panoramic anatomy and interpretation. However, with the assistance of CBCT imaging, we can do away with those limitations to better understand the relationship of vital structures, develop more comprehensive search patterns, and appreciate changes that occur due to anatomical variations and pathology. Dr. Andreasen will join 2D and 3D imaging to revisit maxillofacial anatomy and pathology and, in addition, will utilize basic panoramic physics and principles to further the clinician's diagnostic accuracy. After attending this course, clinicians will better appreciate the value of panoramic technology and understand how to use it more effectively in their practices to diagnose and treat their patients.
Learning Objectives for Panoramic Radiographs: 2D Imaging with a 3D perspective:
- Identify anatomy on panoramic radiographs and understand the relationship to surrounding structures
- Develop a search pattern for efficient and effective image review
- Appreciate panoramic image formation principles and their use in diagnosis
- Recognize common pathology in 2D imaging and their clinical relevance
- Understand the advancements in panoramic technology, the limitations of panoramic radiographs, and when you need a CBCT
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS:
With a Ph.D. in Business and Leadership, Dr. Tanner
uses her skills to train teams in a group practice setting. Kelly’s Ph.D. focused on organizational metacognition, in-depth study of group dynamics, and how to elicit permanent personal and organizational change.
Through measured assessments and interaction, she helps create sustainable systems for personal and professional productivity and accountability. Her ability to motivate the team to take ownership for case acceptance builds trust and strengthens the relationship with patients and the dental team.
Additionally, Dr. Tanner has served in areas of dental hygiene including academia, corporate, clinical, entrepreneur, and researcher. She has been recognized for her outstanding leadership within health care and university settings.
She loves educating about leadership and clinical concepts that help teams THRIVE in their profession and their career. Dr. Tanner offers customizable courses in the areas of clinical concepts, leadership, and team empowerment courses.
Dr. Barett Andreasen is an accomplished Oral and Maxillofacial Radiologist, lecturer, and founder of the oral radiology practice, Radiodontics.
Dr. Andreasen completed his oral radiology residency at the UCLA School of Dentistry, where he received advanced education in interpreting and evaluating CBCT imaging, panoramic radiographs, and other imaging modalities. Since then, he has provided his expertise to dentists and specialists nationwide. He works closely with specialists in Oral and Craniofacial Surgery, Orofacial Pain, Oral Pathology, Orthodontics, and more.
Dr. Andreasen is a strong advocate for patient safety, health, and welfare regarding the use of radiation in dentistry. He believes that proper education of the public and the clinician leads to more effective treatment, diagnosis, and communication.
In between cases and lectures, Dr. Andreasen enjoys sharing radiology tips on social media and has published several diagnostic aids which are in use in dental school programs throughout the country.
Dr. Andreasen obtained his DDS at Texas A&M College of Dentistry in Dallas, Texas, and graduated with a BS in Biophysics from Brigham Young University. He lives in Salt Lake City, Utah, with his wife, three children, and dog.
You may also simply call us at 818.576.0116 and register over the phone.
How to Register for the Course on ZOOM – 3 Easy Steps
STEP 1: Register for the Live Webinar with SFVDS for payment:
a. Register completely online by clicking on REGISTER, OR
b. Call the office at 818-576-0116 and register over the phone
STEP 2: Once paid and registered, SFVDS will Email you a ZOOM invitation link. “Click” on the ZOOM link, to register for the webinar on ZOOM. Once you have completed the ZOOM registration, you will receive an automated Email from Zoom providing you with the Meeting ID# and Password.
STEP 3: Join the Live Webinar by “clicking” on the ZOOM link in your automated Email from ZOOM
To receive your 7 CE Units, you must sign in to ZOOM at the start time and leave the course at the conclusion time.
ZOOM will be recording the hours you have signed in or out during the course. We ask that you remain online until the duration of the course to get your full 7 CE credits.
Once your attendance & recorded hours are confirmed, an official CE certificate of completion will be emailed to you from SFVDS within 2-5 days.
REFUND POLICY: It is the policy of the San Fernando Valley Dental Society that no refund will be made unless the Central Office is notified of a written cancellation of your attendance by 5 PM three-days preceding the webinar. No refund will be made for no-shows.
LATE FEES: It is the policy of the San Fernando Valley Dental Society that you will be charged a late fee of $25 (for members) and $50 (all others) for anyone who registers after the closing of the registration of the webinar at 5 pm the day before the webinar.
IMPORTANT: Please do not share your ZOOM Link to this webinar with anyone. Each Zoom Link is unique to the registered attendee's email and is required for attendance tracking. You must view the webinar on separate