Managing Tooth Extraction Complications

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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: 09/08/2020
Format: Webinar
Wet-Lab: No
Cost: $19.99

AVDC Sponsored: No
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AVDC Approved: No
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Discipline(s): Oral Surgery, Other
Tuesday September 08, 1:00 PM – 2:20 PM EDT (Philadelphia) Do you struggle removing root remnants? Do you know how to close an oronasal fistula? You used too much force and fractured the mandible? No worries, here you learn how to manage tooth extraction complications! This webinar will review the management of the most common complications that can occur during tooth extraction in dogs and cats, including fractured roots, hemorrhage, trauma to adjacent structures, sublingual edema and sialocele, orbital trauma, fracture of the alveolus or jaw, oronasal fistula, trauma from opposing teeth, tongue hanging out of the mouth, emphysema and air embolism, local and systemic infection, and postoperative blindness. The didactic lecture will last 1 hour, but the webinar is designed so that there is extra time for interactive participation and answering your questions.