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Kingston and District Section

Application of CBCT in endodontics

Please note that online bookings for this event have now closed. If you still wish to attend, the event is open for walk-ins up until 19:30. If you have a query relating to the event please email branchsectionevents@bda.org  

Tuesday 21 February 2023


19:00 Registration and light refreshments

19:30 Lecture

20:30 End of event

​Groves Medical Centre, 171 Clarence Avenue, New Malden, Surrey KT3 3TX
Branch / Section

Kingston and District Section


BDA members and BDA Student members - Free

Non-member dentists - £19

Dental care professionals - £16

Non-member students - £16 *

If you are a Non-member student you cannot book online, please use the booking form to secure the reduced rate.


1 hour

AimTo highlight the limitations of two-dimensional imaging and discuss the advantages of CBCT for the diagnosis and management of endodontic disease using case examples
Learning objectives
  • Understand limitations of 2D radiography and how CBCT can overcome these in endodontics
  • Have knowledge of the indications of CBCT for diagnosis and management of various endodontic diseases
  • Identify external cervical resorption and know when to treat or refer
  • Know the advantages of CBCT for assessment of endodontic treatment outcome
  • Have knowledge of the role of CBCT in diagnosis of traumatic dental injuries and cracked teeth.
Learning content

  • Brief background on CBCT
  • Limitations of conventional radiographs
  • Differential diagnosis of endodontic disease
  • Assessment of canal anatomy
  • Management of complex cases; re-treatment and calcified canals
  • Diagnosis and management of external cervical resorption
  • Assessment of outcome with CBCT
  • Traumatic dental injuries
  • Impact of CBCT on confidence in diagnosis and management of endodontic problems.

Development outcomesC

Dr Aram Navai

Aram is a specialist in endodontics predominantly based in private practice in London. He is a part-time clinical lecturer at King’s College London and Guy’s Hospital. He is an advocate of three-dimensional imaging in endodontics and believes that it will continue to have an increasingly positive impact on clinical practice. He has recently published novel research on the impact of CBCT in the diagnosis and management of traumatic dental injuries in the Journal of Endodontics.

How to book / enquiries

Online bookings

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By telephone 

Call the Events team on 020 7563 4590 to book over the phone (open Monday to Friday 09:00-17:00).

For registration queries email us at branchsectionevents@bda.org.

Full terms and conditions (including cancellation policy)

COVID-19 and staying safe

​The BDA recommends the below measures to continue to keep attendees safe during this event:

  • If you feel at all unwell, we encourage you to take a lateral flow test the evening before you are due to arrive - should your test result be positive, we ask you not to attend

  • We advise sanitising your hands on arrival and continue to sanitise/wash your hands regularly throughout the event

  • We offer flexibility to transfer to a future event should you find yourself prevented from attending due to self-isolation or the onset of COVID-related symptoms.

If you have symptoms of COVID-19 (a new, persistent cough; a high temperature; or loss/changes to your sense of taste or smell) we kindly request you do not attend the event, although it is not a legal obligation to do so.

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