Triaging Dental and Oral Emergencies

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Instructors: Alexander M. Reiter, Dipl. Tzt., Dr. med. vet., Dipl. AVDC, EVDC, FF-AVDC-OMFS

Sponsoring Organization: VDOS Consulting (
Program Location: Online
Dates: 09/02/2020
Format: Webinar
Wet-Lab: No
Cost: $29.99

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): Oral Surgery, Radiology, Other
Wednesday September 02, 1:00 PM – 2:50 PM EDT (Philadelphia) How to determine whether it is TMJ luxation or open-mouth jaw locking? What to do with an avulsed tooth? Any temporary relief for the jaw fracture patient? Know the various dental and oral emergencies and provide emergency care prior to definitive treatment! This webinar focuses on triaging dental and oral emergencies. While it would be of benefit to anybody interested in small animal dentistry and oral surgery, it is specifically designed for clinicians and technicians working in an emergency setting. Various dental and oral emergencies are reviewed as they present to the frontline clinical staff, including orofacial pain, bleeding, swelling, burn, bite, laceration, degloving injury, projectile injury, tooth fracture, tooth luxation/avulsion, jaw fracture, temporomandibular joint luxation, etc. The didactic lecture will last 1.5 hours, but the webinar is designed so that there is extra time for interactive participation and answering your questions.