Appropriate Imaging Examination for a Patient
The dentist has several options when choosing a radiograph, and should recognise which radiograph is most appropriate for a given pathology. The dentist should also be aware of the typical radiation doses and risks associated with these options.
Online - Self Paced
Yes, on completion
Faculty of Dental Surgery Royal College of Surgeons
What will I learn?
- By the end of this session you will be able to:
- Name the various images that are used in the field of dentistry and explain how they are produced
- List the appropriate images for clinical situations and when they would be employed in primary and secondary dental care
- Describe the benefits to the patient of selecting the most appropriate images
- Identify the contra-indications of using radiation in dental imaging, and explain the harm that may result from some of these images
- Explain the current regulations pertaining to the use of ionising radiation in dental practice
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- This micro skills course may contain references to UK laws, regulations, policies and practice guidelines.
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