32nd Asia Pacific Dental and Oral Health Congress
Clinic for Implantology and Laserdentistry, Germany
Title: Advantages of CBCT diagnostics in oral pathology, 3D planning in implantology and prosthetics – an overview
Biography: Prof.Frank Liebaug
Nothing has captured the dental profession`s imagination in the past few years like the introduction of cone beam volumetric imaging, wich is now referred to by most clinicians and even in the literature as cone beam computed tomography (CBCT). Sometimes reliable diagnostics in oral pathology is crucial, especially under difficult circumstances or in complex cases– to see more anatomical details to know more.
CBCT scans allow the dentist to prepare for complicated procedures and make them as fast, efficient and atraumatic as possible.
This lecture will be convincing the participants that modern diagnostics, based on CBCT scans, provides effective tools which help to dispel doubts and plan safe treatment without exposing patients to high doses of radiation.
X-ray images are invaluable support in dentist’s everyday work. 2D and 3D scans which are acquired and analyzed correctly allow us to diagnose the patient quickly and confidently and propose them a safe treatment plan. CBCT offers even broader range of possibilities. It will presented a full spectrum of possibilities of integrating CBCT imaging in dentist’s dayly practice.