08 sep 2017

09 sep 2017

Radiographic Imaging for Orthodontics, Teeth, TMJ and beyond

van vrijdag 08 september tot zaterdag 09 september
THERME PALACE OSTENDE (bekijk de kaart)

Dr. Dania Tamimi, BDS, DMSc

Dr. Tamimi earned her dental degree from King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia in 1999. She trained at Harvard University and earned a doctorate of medical science (DMSc) and certificate of fellowship in Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology in 2005. She is board certified by the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology (ABOMR).

Dr. Tamimi is a reviewer and an Editorial Board member for Oral Surgery, Oral Pathology, Oral Medicine and Oral Radiology (OOOO), and a reviewer for several other dental and medical Journals. She is a co-author on “Diagnostic Imaging, Oral and Maxillofacial”, the lead author on “Specialty Imaging: Dental Implants”, and “Specialty Imaging: Temporomandibular joint”. She currently runs her oral radiology private practice in Orlando, Florida and she is an adjunct clinical professor at University of Texas, Health and Science center in San Antonio.


Work Experience:

2016-present: Adjunct Clinical Professor, University of Texas, Health and Sciences Center,
San Antonio
2014-present: Director of Education, Institute of Advanced Maxillofacial Imaging,
Beamreaders, Inc
2010-present: Oral and maxillofacial radiology consultant for Beamreaders Diagnostic
Services, Inc, WA
2008-present: Oral and maxillofacial radiology consultant for Epic Teleradiology,
Leesburg, FL.
2007- 2011: Oral and maxillofacial radiology consultant for 3D Diagnostix, Boston,
MA (through teleradiology)

Memberships:

2008- present Member of the Florida Dental Association (FDA).
2008- present Member of the Florida Radiological Society (FRS).
2008- present Member of the American Society of Head and Neck Radiology
(ASHNR).
2007- present Member of the American College of Radiology (ACR).
2006- present: Member of the American Academy of Dental and
Maxillofacial Technicians (AADMRT).
2006 – present: Member of the Radiological Society of North America
(RSNA).

CONF. 1,5 DAYS

Radiographic imaging has always been a cornerstone in orthodontic treatment planning.

In recent years, there have been multiple advances in imaging, notably the advent of conebeam CT, that have enhanced the diagnostic process of the oral and maxillofacial complex greatly.

For the first time, we are able to evaluate the TMJs and the teeth simultaneously and note the position of the condyle in the fossa with the teeth in maximum intercuspation, thus assessing the relationship of the occlusion to the condition of the TMJ.

Many other diagnostic tasks are also facilitated, such as the evaluation of the position and condition of impacted teeth, evaluation of the airway and its relationship to craniomandibular growth, and morphology of the jaws over time.

This two-day course will discuss the effect of the TMJ function and dysfunction on mandibular growth and modeling of the bones, as well as its effect on the development of the airway and changes in occlusion, as assessed on radiographic imaging (plain film, CBCT and MRI).

A discussion of normal anatomy of the structures seen on a CBCT and how they relate to orthodontic treatment (facial growth and impactions) as well as the most common pathology seen in the pediatric/adolescent population will be shown.

There will be a thorough presentation of assessment of the airway and dental impactions radiographically, including some background information on these diagnostic tasks. Postural analysis with emphasis on the cervical spine in relation to the TMJ and the airway will be demonstrated.

Outline:

Day 1:

 9 - 10:30  Understanding the correlation between TMD and the airway and how it presents radiographically 

11- 12:30  Understanding the correlation between TMD and the airway and how it presents radiographically part 2

14 - 15:30 TMJ anatomy and growth and their effect on the occlusal and craniomandibular development as assessed on CBCT and MRI

16 -17:30  Radiographic analysis of the upper respiratory airway

 

Day 2:

  9-10:30  Conebeam CT Anatomy( Maxilla, Mandible, Skull base, Cervical spine)

11-12:30 Common pathology in the young orthodontic population and Anaysis of dental Imapctions

 


ORGANIZER SOBOR - Goedkeuringen
titel organisator nr erkenningsnummer categorie - domein units statut
Radiographic Imaging for Othodontics - Teeth, TMJ and beyond 27 33408 1 10 accreditering aanvaard
Radiographic Imaging for Othodontics - Teeth, TMJ and beyond 27 32994 3 10 accreditering aanvaard
Radiographic Imaging for Othodontics - Teeth, TMJ and beyond 27 33298 5 20 accreditering aanvaard
Radiographic Imaging for Othodontics - Teeth, TMJ and beyond 27 33299 7 20 accreditering aanvaard
 

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