Cone Beam CT

1-day course - Choose a date:

Course Fee: $1100

30-day Early Enrollment: $990

CDE Credits: 8

upcoming dates:

February 8, 2020
May 2, 2020
July 18, 2020
November 14, 2020
2021 Dates to be announced 

 (coming soon)

8:30 am - 5:00 pm


Interpretation and Applications



Sotirios Tetradis, DDS, PhD
Senior Assicate Dean and Professor,Section of Oral & Maxillofacial Radiology UCLA School of Dentistry

Sanjay Mallya, BDS, MDS, PhD
Chair and Associate Professor, Section of Oral & Maxillofacial Radiology, UCLA School of Dentistry

Mohammed Husain, DDS
Assistant Clinical Professor, Section of Oral & Maxillofacial Radiology UCLA School of Dentistry

Course limited to 10 participants.

Cone Beam CT imaging has revolutionized the way we visualize the maxillofacial region. This full day lecture / hands-on workshop is designed for dentists who currently utilize CBCT imaging for patient management and are seeking to gain a higher level skill set in interpretation and application. The first half of the day will consist of lectures that will review the principles of CBCT technology and methods to achieve maximally diagnostic imaging. In addition, the lectures will cover radiographic anatomy, artifacts and signs of pathology. The afternoon will be spent in a hands-on session, during which participants will be trained on the use of various CBCT software platforms and guided through proper CBCT interpretation, using multiple clinical cases. This is a great opportunity to get unbiased hands-on training on various CBCT software platforms (Invivo Anatomage, Dolphin, NewTom, Morita and Osirix) to evaluate how they meet your clinical needs.

The class size is limited to 10 participants to facilitate close interaction with the faculty. Participants are encouraged to bring their challenging cases for consultation and group discussion. Custom sessions are also available for your practice or interdisciplinary team.

"Excellent presentation; excellent content; expert speakers. Great interaction amongst attendees and instructors. Thank you."  - Dr. T.Y. Los Angeles, CA


"This class is one of a kind & I love it so much :) I learned beyond my highest expectations.   Thank you, thank you, thank you."   - Dr. B.K. Los Angeles, CA
Learning Objectives
  • How to perform a systematic review and interpretation of a CBCT scan
  • Principles of modern CBCT technology and its usage
  • Identification of radiographic anatomy, landmarks, and anomalies
  • Selection of the proper CBCT sections and views to address specific concerns
  • Risks of ionizing radiation and ways to minimize patient and staff exposure
  • Ethical and medicolegal considerations of CBCT
Workshop Exercises
  • Interpretation of at least 3 clinical cases: implant, endodontic, orthodontic, orofacial pain, sleep apnea and/or pathology
  • Utilization of multiple CBCT software platforms
  • Identification of standard radiographic landmarks, pathologies, and anomalies


"Excellent course. Enjoyed the didactic & hands-on approach. Thank you!"   - Dr. M.G. Las Vegas, NV


speakers/instructors and topics are subject to change without prior notice