Small Animal Dentistry

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A six-hour Veterinary continuing education e-learning course offering general practitioners sophisticated and highly interactive online learning that will be invaluable for brushing up on basic principles, for going a stage further and for bolstering CPD contributions. The course is written by top European specialists whose knowledge of small animal dentistry is authoritative and whose approach is totally practical from start to finish. The six modules begin with an introduction to the oral and dental examination and move on to cover anatomy and physiology, extraction techniques, radiography, treatment planning and decision making, and post-operative and preventative care programmes. Taken together, these modules offer general practitioners a very comprehensive account of the key principles of dental assessment and treatment. The flexible online presentation and self-assessment opportunities will appeal to all vets with an interest in improving the oral and dental care of their patients. The case studies cover the following topics:  

  • Oral Anatomy and Physiology
  • The Oral and Dental Examination
  • Oral and Dental Radiography
  • Dental Treatment Planning and Rational Decision Making
  • Tooth Extraction Techniques
  • Dental Post-Procedure and Preventative Care

Tutors Peter Southerden Lisa Milella Support and Resource These modules each contain approximately 50 fully interactive screens including a range of self-assessment questions leading to a printable certificate.


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