- Anatomy of the feline dentition
- Radiographic technique and interpretation
- Special considerations for the anaesthesia of the feline dental patient
- Periodontal disease
- Tooth resorption
- Feline chronic gingivo-stomatitis and its differentials
- Feline oral mass lesions
- Special considerations when extracting feline teeth
- Treatment of symphysial separation fracture
- What type of conditions can be referred?
About this course
Are you dreading feline extraction cases? Unsure how to get good dental radiographs in cats and how to interpret them?
This course aims to equip you with all you need to know to complete your next feline dental consultation and procedure with confidence. It will provide you with a solid foundation of theory, rounded off with a practical session on cat cadavers and a session on radiographic interpretation. 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?
Feline dentistry forms a big part of small animal practice. This course will equip you with the knowledge and skills needed to deal with common and slightly less common feline dental presentations.
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