Fundamentals in Small Animal Dentistry for the VETERINARIAN

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Instructors: Kevin S Stepaniuk, DVM, FAVD, DAVDC and Alice Sievers, DVM, DAVDC

Sponsoring Organization: Veterinary Dentistry Education and Consulting Services, LLC
Program Location: Vancouver WA
Dates: 03/06/2021 to 03/07/2021
Format: Lecture/Wet-Lab
Wet-Lab: Yes
Cost: $1044.75

AVDC Sponsored: No
"AVDC Sponsored" indicates that the program content and presenters have been selected by the AVDC Education and Programs Committee.

AVDC Approved: No
"AVDC Approved" indicates that the program has been approved by AVDC for specialist training hours for AVDC-registered residents.

Discipline(s): Endodontics, Oral Surgery, Periodontics, Radiology, Other

CE CREDITS 12 - This 2-day lecture and lab covers fundamentals of canine and feline dentistry with clinical images and intraoral radiographs. From clinical dental anatomy and examination to periodontal disease, fractured teeth, and recognizing common oral pathology to step-by-step extraction principles, regional nerve blocks, and intraoral radiograph interpretation. This course is a complete and detailed course to prepare, refresh, and improve veterinary dentistry clinical and diagnostic skills. The image-based lectures will be supported with comprehensive notes so that the participants can be engaged with the lectures and clinical images and focus on learning. See webiste for more information.

“This program will be submitted for 12 hours of continuing education credit in jurisdictions that recognize RACE approval prior to the course. “