top of page

Friday, September 29, 2023 – VIRTUAL

Lecture : 9:00AM - 12:00PM

3 CE Points

Online Via ZOOM

Speakers and Topics


Dr. Waji Khan

9:00am - 10:30am

Dr Danesh.png

Dr. Farzad Danesh 

10:30am - 12:00pm 

Case presentations on smile design, orthodontics, implants, TADs and
full mouth rehabilitation.

Dr. Waji Khan


AGD Subject Code: 690



Successful case presentation focuses on 3 elements: listening carefully, communicating clearly, and, specifically, addressing patients’ questions in language they can understand. Presenting treatment from the patient’s perspective adds value and can be a motivating factor that leads to acceptance of the proposed treatment.


Communication always was and still is the basis of everything we do in dentistry. For a long time in dentistry, the patient just had to trust what the dentist or hygienist was telling them, so trust and rapport with the patient was the key to acceptance. But today with social media and the internet, people can do their own research on what dental treatments are, what they feel like, and even what they should be paying for them.


Join us for this informative presentation.



Dr. Waji Khan is a graduate of the University of Toronto Faculty of Dentistry (2001). Dr. Khan served as a dental officer in the Canadian Armed Forces from 1998-2007 and began his practice there. After a ten-year career in the Canadian Armed Forces, he then moved to Kingston with his wife and life partner, Dr. Sohela Vaid. Dr. Khan enjoys working in all areas of dentistry with a particular interest in cosmetic/esthetic, implant, sedation, restorative, orthodontic and surgical dentistry to improve oral health and boost confidence. He is dedicated to providing oral health care in a comfortable and welcoming environment.


Camlog_Biohorizons_Logo copy.png

Secondary Sponsors

Dr Waji
10:30am - 12:00pm 
Cone Beam Imaging in Endodontics

Dr. Farzad Danesh 


AGD Subject Code: 070



Magnification and radiographic imaging are integral to the performance of modern endodontics. Conventional two-dimensional radiographs continue to be the most popular method of imaging today. However, the diagnostic potential of periapical radiographs is limited. Information may be difficult to interpret, especially when the anatomy and background pattern is complex. Furthermore, interpreting is a subjective matter. The question is, “Does having the ability to see a tooth in three dimensions alter the diagnosis and treatment plan?” 


A limited field of view CBCT would allow us to better see resorptive defects, to know that we have not missed a canal, to diagnose teeth that should not be treated, to better determine bone loss, and to help identify landmarks during apical surgery. Without CBCT “you just don’t know what you don’t know!”


Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this webinar, the participants should be able to:

  • Understand the importance of CBCT in endodontics 

  • Request for CBCT imaging for endodontic diagnosis and treatment 

  • Know the clinical circumstances in which the use of CBCT benefits the patient.



Dr. Farzad Danesh is a certified endodontist and has been in Endodontic Practice for 30 years. He graduated from Tehran University, Iran, in 1993 with a specialty and an MSc degree in Endodontics; and became a Fellow of Royal College of the Dentists of Canada in Endodontics, FRCD(C) in 2013. His expertise lies in training dentists through oral presentations and hands-on courses.


Academically, Dr. Danesh became an adjunct clinical professor at the University of Western Ontario, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry in 2012. He has published articles in international peer-reviewed journals. His latest article was published in Ontario Dentist Journal in April 2020 on differential diagnosis of vertical root fracture, cracked tooth, and perforation. 


Dr. Danesh is a FRCD(C), member of the Royal College of the Dental Surgeons of Ontario (RCDSO), member of Ontario Dental Association (ODA), member of American Association of Endodontists (AAE), and Ontario Society of Endodontists (OSE).




Secondary Sponsors

Dr Danesh

CE Provider:


Toronto Implant Academy (TIA)

Nationally Approved PACE Program Provider for FAGD/MAGD credit. Approval does not imply acceptance by any regulatory authority or AGD endorsement. 9-1-2022 to 8-31-2025. Provider ID# 355116

bottom of page