Case Study Requirements - Dental CT

Applicant practices must submit a total of six case studies for each CT unit for peer review of the interpretive and technical (clinical image) quality. The case studies to be submitted must:

  • Include as many different dental/medical staff members who interpret CT examinations and technical staff members who perform CT examinations. All case studies to be submitted must have been interpreted and performed by current dental/medical and technical staff members. At least one case study interpreted by the Dental/Medical Director must be submitted.
  • Have been performed within 12 months prior to the date of submission of the application and must contain:
    • the final report;
    • a completed Dental CT Scan Parameter Form; and
    • all images (source and reconstructed) that have been reviewed by the interpreting dentist/physician.   
  • Demonstrate some pathology such as:
    • Dentoalveolar Pathology
    • Impacted Teeth
    • Maxillofacial Trauma
    • Congenital Deformities
    • Maxillofacial or Dental Infection
    • TMJ Disorder
    • Dental Implant Treatment Planning
    • Post-op Treatment

Submitting Case Studies / Corresponding Materials

During final submission, the payment method will be selected, and you will be instructed to upload the case study images and fee (if paid by check) within 5 business days.

Effective January 1, 2021, shipped case study materials are no longer accepted. Facilities are now required to upload all materials through IAC’s HIPAA-compliant, secure medical imaging sharing service. View Instructions»

For more details on uploading cases, please visit

HIPAA Concerns?

All materials submitted to the IAC will be handled with strict confidentiality in accordance with HIPAA regulations. Read more in the Agreement section of the IAC website»