Practical Dentistry course

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About the course

Dentistry is a very important part of practice life, from a time and income perspective, as well as in terms of general animal welfare, yet it is often the discipline practitioners like the least. This two-day cadaver-based practical course aims to significantly improve your practical dentistry skills as well as reignite your enthusiasm.

TOPICS TO BE COVERED INCLUDE:

  • Understand the clinical indications for extractions, including reviewing relevant alternatives
  • Review relevant dental and oral anatomy
  • Understand the principles involved in closed and open (surgical) extraction techniques
  • Understand the benefits and risks of/and practise regional anaesthesia (dental nerve blocks)
  • Practise extractions on cadaver specimens – concentrating on the ‘big 4’: canines and carnassials in the dog
  • Review surgical principles of mucogingivoperiosteal flap creation
  • Understand how to avoid extraction complications
  • Learn how to retrieve root tips

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