About the course

Principal Course Master:

Dr. Dr. Peter Fahrenkrug DEVDC (DE)

Course Masters:

Dr. Jan Schreyer DEVDC (DE),
Dr. Jerzy Gawor DAVDC, DEVDC (PL)



Despite there are three major problems affecting most of patients in feline dentistry: periodontal diseases, caudal stomatitis and teeth resorption, cats also suffer from other maladies linked to oral cavity. It is very common that several problems exsist concurrently in the oral cavity. Due to fact that it is difficult to provide home care in cats suffering with oral pain, many diseases are diagnosed in advanced stage. ESAVS Feline Dentistry course is responding to growing need of general practitioners as well as profiled feline clinics to learn more about dental and maxillofacial problems in cats. Participant will receive theoretical and practical knowledge about clinical anatomy, diagnostics oral inflammatory diseases management, oral surgery, traumatology and systemic aspects of dental problems. Lectures, wetlabs and interactive sessions all about the cats will be provided. Thanks to cooperation with IM3 we will have an access to excellent equipment, instrumentation and professional support.

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