Using a traditional camera to best effect can take up around three to five minutes of any given appointment. You have to stop the procedure, de-glove, locate the camera and set it up, operate the mouse, deal with potential fogging, sterilise the equipment or place on protective covers, and then transfer any files.
Offering an alternative, this webinar will explore how these imaging systems free hands and save time. We will include tips and techniques for incredible image quality, how to use the cloud to share services securely with other health professionals where confidentiality allows, and designing personalised video instructions to send to patients’ email addresses.
Additionally, acknowledging that evidence suggests civil litigation in the UK has now surpassed the US and dentistry is a landmine, due consideration will be given to the peace of mind offered when dental professionals have video evidence of what was observed in the patient mouth, rather than just notes/photos.
Also on the agenda is understanding how Futudent cameras can:
Dentist Dr Rhona Eskander graduated from Leeds University in 2010 and completed her vocational training in a practice in Kent.
During this year she won the prize for the ‘Best Case Presentation’ – a complex restorative case which involved several disciplines in dentistry.
She was awarded Best Young dentist in 2016/2017 at the prestigious The Dentistry Awards.
She has subsequently been shortlisted for several awards. These include wins at the 2017 and 2018 Aesthetic Dentistry Awards.
Dr Eskander has been trained by one of the UK’s leading cosmetic dentists at the Smile Academy.
She completed courses at the Eastman Institute and is a member of the British Endodontic Society, the British Dental Association and the Faculty of the Royal College of Surgeons.
She recently travelled to Peru. Here she provided dental treatments and increased oral health awareness for patients in need.
This continuing professional development (CPD) activity fully complies with the CPD requirements of the General Dental Council. FMC certifies this activity for one hour of enhanced CPD in the subject of Astonishing non-interruptive hands-free cameras for dental documentation and communication.
This CPD meets the criteria for the GDC’s development outcome C.