Canine Dentistry – Good for your patient, good for your bottom line

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Dentistry is the bedrock of ALL small animal practice. If you do primary dental work well, you will achieve greater health benefits for your patients than developing any other skill. As dental disease is so common, dentistry should also account for at least 25% of small animal practice income. Investing in your dental equipment and training will represent the most cost effective development of your practice. The course will develop your dentistry skills in diagnosis and treatment. Radiography and positioning will be demystified, difficult extractions will be less terrifying. Strategies for client communication and encouraging compliance will be developed.

By the end of this course you will have an understanding of:

• The principles of COHAT – Complete Oral Health Assessment &Treatment.

• A structured approach to routine dentistry

• Dental radiography and its benefits for patients and practices.

• Techniques for dental extractions –abolishing “brutalectomies” forever!

• Improving client communication, to improve compliance with recommendations for dental care – thus improving patient health

Speaker: Bob Partridge

Kindly sponsored by IM3


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