On Saturday, May 13, Dr. Dania Tamimi presented CBCT Bootcamp: Implants Edition in partnership with Stanley Institute.
Dr. Tamimi currently works with Beamreaders and has published several books on dental radiology for the clinician. She has a dental degree from King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia in 1999 and trained at Harvard University, School of Dental Medicine where she 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).
The one-day continuing education course provided an in-depth review of important concepts in implant imaging, including:
- To navigate and extract clinically correct images from a CBCT data set
- To establish a systematic review method to avoid overlooking important diagnostic information
- In understanding radiographic anatomy as it relates to implant dentistry
- To identify pathology and how it may affect the implant treatment plan
- To identify when to seek help with CBCT evaluation
Dr. Robert Stanley commented, “Dr. Tamimi has a very personal teaching style, which immediately relaxes the students and facilitates an interactive learning environment. She took a topic that some would argue is less interesting and presented practical information to help a clinician provide better patient care. Simply put, being able to harness the full capabilities of the Conebeam CT machine translates into better dentistry.”
At Stanley Institute, we are passionate about learning and sharing our expertise with others. Our focus is on equipping general dentists with a deeper breadth of knowledge thus enabling them to continue to grow and excel in their field expand their practices and provide more comprehensive care to their patients.