Dental students at the University of Saskatchewan will soon be trained in diagnostics using advanced dental imaging technology. The new equipment, Carestream Dental’s CS 9300 cone-beam computed tomography system was made possible by a $250,000 gift from the College of Dental Surgeons of Saskatchewan and a partnership between the college of dentistry at the University of Saskatchewan and Carestream Dental Canada.
“This gift provides our students with some of the best oral health imaging technology available,” says Dr. Gerry Uswak, dean of the college of dentistry. “It will enhance our clinical diagnostic teaching and learning to better enable our graduates to provide the best care for their patients.”
Read the University of Saskatchewan’s press release for more information on the partnership.