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CBCT 3D Imaging: Advanced Applications and Beyond

Description:
In this interactive webinar Dr. Rami Gamil compares 2D to 3D imaging modalities, CBCT to Fan Beam CT, outlines the basics of 2D MPR navigation through axial, coronal and sagittal sections in CBCT datasets, flythroughs and the techniques of 3D visualization including MIP (Maximum intensity projection) and VR (Volume Rendering) to be able to visualize soft tissue, airways, bone, lesions, impacted teeth, implants, surgical plates, root canal treatments which gives the clinician indispensable tools in his diagnostic armamentarium to be able to efficiently interpret, diagnose and plan taking the guesswork out of this equation. Also taking a look into advanced findings related to the TMJ, calcification of Stylohyoid complex, implant complications, fractures and endodontic cases, highlighting the added values of using low dose 3D CBCT scanners for the clinicians. In addition Dr. Gamil discusses advanced applications in implantology including measuring bone plate thicknesses, soft tissue thickness and biotype in non-invasive methods using lip-roll or lip-lift techniques, simulation of donor and recipient graft volumes. Also Dr. Gamil discusses 7 major vital anatomical landmarks in the maxilla and the mandible on 3D models, the CBCT three orthogonal views, anatomical dissections and how to apply this valuable knowledge in the day to day clinical practice whether in planning implants, diagnosing complications or preventing them to optimize clinical success in everyday practice.

Date Added:
1/1/2014

Author(s):

Rami Gamil, BDS Rami Gamil, BDS
B.D.S. / FICOI/ DU University Toulouse III Paul Sabatier

Rami Gamil received his Diplome Universitaire DU in 3D Imaging from the University of Toulouse III Paul Sab...
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Questions & Comments
Rami Gamil - (1/20/2014 3:46 AM)

Thanks Benjamin, All the best.

benjamin yan - (1/19/2014 10:43 PM)

Nice presentation! Help me clarify some of my confuse.

Rami Gamil - (1/2/2014 1:50 AM)

Jeffry, Thanks! It is always important to look for incidental unseen findings and examine the whole volumetric data sets we get from CBCT for which we are responsible, if we can't read them we need to refer to an OMFR or a specialist like you did in this case. If patients are symptomatic we need to consider if TE cause is the teeth or other structures like the sinuses, and we do this by the regular inspections and pulp testing and also by seeing on the CBCT scan even the minor peri apical radiolucencies related to the roots that are usually unseen on OPGs or periapicals, and reach more accurate diagnosis based on what we see and not only the guesswork. All the best.

Jeffrey Sims - (1/1/2014 9:11 PM)

Excellent presentation! When you see mucositis in the maxillary sinus, so you ever pulp test the posterior teeth to determine if the teeth may contribute to the sinusitis? Also, just last year, we (Dr. I work part time with) found a rare condition (via CBCT) referred to as Silent Sinus Syndrome. The ENT made the DX after we referred the patient that had complete bilateral obstruction of the maxillary sinuses. Interesting as well were bilateral orbital floors which were lowered from the vaccume initiated from the infection according to the ENT which was causing some vision issues for the patient that were undiagnosed!

Rami Gamil - (1/1/2014 7:09 PM)

Thanks Dr. Marwa and Dr. Soulafa happy new year to you too!

dr.soulafah belal - (1/1/2014 6:55 PM)

Excellent presentation dr/Rami, i really enjoyed, happy new year

mira hakim - (1/1/2014 5:43 PM)

Amazing presentation. Best regards

Rami Gamil - (1/1/2014 4:31 PM)

Thanks for your kind words everyone, as for the question related to CBCT and surgical guides that's a big topic and beyond the scope of today's webinar and hopefully will be discussed in subsequent ones. All the best. Dr. Rami Gamil

Firas Elayyan - (1/1/2014 4:25 PM)

Nice work..well done..

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