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Veterinary Dental ce Courses 2020

 

Animal Dental Care and Oral Surgery offers veterinary dental ce courses for veterinarians and vet techs! Our veterinary continuing education (CE) courses are taught by board-certified instructors and will provide you with the skills and information needed to administer quality dental care. We are committed to assisting you in implementing a higher level of dental care in your practice! Read on for more information on our January 2020 course in Veterinary Oral and Periodontal Surgery.

 

COURSE BASICS

 

Our courses and workshops are a mix of lecture and wet lab, and all learning materials are provided for you! You will be given detailed handouts, lab materials, individual specimens, and complimentary instrument sets. Unlike most wet labs held at national meetings, you won’t waste time waiting for materials and instruction. Every participant in our courses will receive an instrument set and specimen, so you can jump into learning immediately!

 

UPCOMING AVAILABLE COURSES

 

For January 2020, we are offering our Introduction to Veterinary Oral and Periodontal Surgery course. This course is for veterinarians only, and is limited to ten veterinarians, with two instructors and one assistant. The course will cover the common techniques needed to deliver the bulk of all dental care required for your patients, and will focus on:

  • Oral surgery
  • Surgical extraction technique
  • Easy retrieval of fractured roots 
  • Repair of oronasal fistulas
  • Introduction to periodontal surgery
  • Local/regional anesthesia
  • Bonded sealants for fractured teeth with exposed vital dentin 

This course is limited to ten veterinarians, so sign up today to reserve your spot! You can find further detailed information on this course by visiting the course page online.

 

REGISTER TODAY!

 

If you are looking for veterinary dental courses or need continuing education (CE) credits, reserve your spot today! Use our online registration system to check availability and register, or give us a call at 719-536-9949 if you have questions!

 

 

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