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Imaging for Better Diagnosis and Record Keeping 
Presenter: Dr. Martin Jablow Release Date: 9/24/13
Credits: 1 CEU, Free Self-Study Expiration Date: 9/24/26
AGD Subject Code: 610 Reviewed: 2023        

Using various imaging devices from a DSLR or point and shoot camera, digital radiography, intraoral cameras and caries diagnostics, imaging can improve your diagnosis and the dentistry you deliver to the patient. Imaging gives the dentist the information necessary to make an accurate diagnosis, provides medical legal records to justify your treatment, patient education and assists in the actual treatment. This CE webinar will show the dentist and staff the benefits of the various imaging devices used to acquire the diagnostics and imaging: Digital Radiography with both phosphor plates and sensors; Digital Images from both intra and extra oral cameras and caries detection devices.

Upon completion of this CE webinar, the student will have learned:
1. Digital Radiography – understand the difference between Sensors and Phosphor Plates
2. Advantages of intra and extra oral photography with a DSLR or Point and Shoot camera and intra oral cameras
3. Caries Detection - know what you are watching
4. Improved record keeping
5. How an intra-oral camera improves your dentistry   ( disclaimer , AGD PACE Statement )

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