- The foundations of oral diagnosis
- Do’s and don’ts of scaling and polishing
- How to take good dental radiographs
- How to perform closed extractions confidently and with control
- Regional nerve blocks and analgesia for dental patients
- The use of muco-periosteal flaps for the surgical extraction of mandibular, maxillary and carnassial teeth
- Root remnant removal
- Radiographic interpretation and case discussions covering
- Periodontal disease: when to extract?
- Fractured teeth: when to treat?
- Treating teeth affected by resorption
About this course
Would you like to improve the quality of the dental care you can offer your patients?
This two-day course focuses on extractions in small animal practice. It includes a strong practical component with canine and fox cadavers. The lectures, while covering both feline and canine aspects, will concentrate mostly on canine dentistry. The course fee includes a set of IM3 dental instruments to use during the practical and take home at the end of the course.
Why do this course?
Fine-tune your extraction skills, and at the same time become more knowledgeable and confident addressing your dental cases.
Simone Kirby, DipEVDC FHEA MRCVS Tieraerztin, RCVS and EBVS® European Specialist in Veterinary Dentistry
Veterinary Dental and Oral Surgery Referrals, The Ralph Veterinary Referral Centre, Marlow
Rachel Perry, BSc BVM&S MANZCVS (Small Animal Dentistry and Oral Surgery) DipEVDC MRCVS, RCVS and EBVS® Specialist in Veterinary Dentistry, Honorary Lecturer in Dentistry, Royal Veterinary College
Director, Perrydental Vet Ltd