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CBCT Interpretation for TMD & OSA

CBCT Interpretation for TMD & OSA

CBCT Interpretation for TMD & OSA

Dr. Steven Olmos
Dr. Steven Olmos

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Launch date: 14 Apr 2016
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Last updated: 04 Dec 2018

Reference: 162433

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Oliver Colman (8 Feb 2018)
Very good collaborative presentation, each presenter feeding off the other and giving a comprehensive all round concept of clinical and radiological aspects as related to symptomatology and dysfunction.
corinne miller (14 Aug 2018)
I found this very dry and boring. Sorry, it was hard to pay attention. Perhaps cut down to the chase a little more, there's a lot that could be cut out and shorten and still get the main points.

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This course is only available to trainees days after purchase. It would need to be repurchased by the trainee if not completed in the allotted time period. This course is no longer available. You will need to repurchase if you wish to take the course again.

Description

On behalf of T&S Therapy Centre International
Dr. Steven Olmos and Dr. Grace Petrikowski will discuss the importance
of CBCT imaging in the diagnosis and treatment of OSA and TMD.
They will demonstrate how to interpret these images and how to identify “normal” vs. “pathology”. Proper interpretation results in improved patient outcomes and reduced risks.

Objectives

How to interpret CBCT images for TMD and OSA
Dr. Petrikowski and Dr. Olmos will review their methods to interpret CBCT images.
Dr. Steven Olmos

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Dr. Steven Olmos

Dr. Steven Olmos is an internationally recognized lecturer and researcher, and the founder of the T&S Therapy Centre’s International. He graduated from the University of Southern California School of Dentistry, and has dedicated the past 25+ years to the fields of craniofacial pain, TMD and sleep related breathing disorders. He has extensive post graduate education and board certifications in both craniofacial pain and dental sleep medicine. Dr. Olmos is an adjunct professor at the University of Tennessee College of Dentistry, where his systems of diagnosis and treatment are utilized at the school's Craniofacial Pain Center. He is currently directing research in these fields through data collection at over 35 TMJ & Sleep Therapy Centre’s including the Craniofacial Pain Center at the University of Tennessee. This effort is focused to establish protocols between dentistry and medicine for optimal treatment outcomes.

As an international lecturer and researcher, Dr. Olmos has developed courses teaching his protocols for the identification, diagnosis and treatment of TMD, Craniofacial Pain and Sleep Related Breathing Disorders.

These protocols are an assimilation of his knowledge base which is reflected by his certifications in all philosophies of treatment both medical and dental.

His certifications include: Diplomates: from the American Board of Craniofacial Pain, American Board of Craniofacial Dental Sleep Medicine, American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine, American Academy of Pain Management, Fellowships: American Academy of Orofacial Pain, American Academy of Craniofacial Pain, International College of Craniomandibular Orthodpedics, Academy of Dentistry International, International Association of Orthodontics. He is a Senior Instructor for the International Association for Orthodontics.

He is President Elect for the American Academy of Craniofacial Pain and has been an elected Board of Directors Member for 8 years.

Current Accreditations

This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • Academy of General Dentistry (PACE)
  • 1.00 Hours

Faculty and Disclosures

Additional Contributors

Dr. Grace Petrikowski

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User Reviews (2)

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Oliver Colman (8 Feb 2018)
Very good collaborative presentation, each presenter feeding off the other and giving a comprehensive all round concept of clinical and radiological aspects as related to symptomatology and dysfunction.
corinne miller (14 Aug 2018)
I found this very dry and boring. Sorry, it was hard to pay attention. Perhaps cut down to the chase a little more, there's a lot that could be cut out and shorten and still get the main points.

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