Pensacola PDF
Hands on instruction with Denise S. Rollings, AAS, CVT, VTS (Dentistry) in sunny Pensacola, FL!!

$595.00

Dental Radiography Positioning and Techniques: 4 CE credits

Dental Prophylaxis Wet Lab: 3 CE credits

Nerve Blocks for Dentistry: 1 CE credit

Location TBD

 

SLCNOV

Join us in Salt Lake City, UT with Dr. Jennifer Alterman, DAVDC!

$1,095.00

Salt Lake City Marriott 480 Wakara Way, SLC, UT 84108

During the lecture we will discuss all things related to feline extractions. There will be discussion of disease processes that lead to the need to extract and how to identify which teeth require extraction.  Confused about when to extract and when to do crown amputation?  We’ll cover that too!  Dental radiology, as it pertains to pre- and post-op extractions, will be discussed.  And of course, a step-by-step guide on how to perform stress-free extractions on those stubborn cat teeth, with a focus on the mandibular canine.

After the lecture, we will move to the lab where we will focus on extractions of the strategic teeth: canines, maxillary fourth premolar, and mandibular first molar.  This will be the time to practice those stress reducing techniques for extractions.

The goal of this lab is to help you:

  • Identify what teeth need to be extracted and why
  • Interpret dental radiographs and understand how they help in decision making
  • Make flaps and handle the delicate and frustrating feline mucosa
  • Learn how to extract teeth with more confidence and less complications
  • Know how to handle complications when they do happen
JacksonvilleFL

Join us in Jacksonville, FL for a weekend of extractions with Dr. Sharon Hoffman, DAVDC!

$1,595.00

Saturday Nov 23rd: Canine Dental Extractions “Beyond Pulling Teeth” 

The objectives for this lecture are to:

  1. Review dental, mandibular, and maxillary anatomy in preparation for dental extractions
  2. Review indications for extractions and options to extractions
  3. Provide step-by-step extraction technique in dogs including local nerve blocks, mucoperiosteal flap design for open extraction, and closure of extraction sites of the mandibular canines, carnassial teeth, and maxillary molars.

Learning points for attendees are the following:

  1. Importance of pre-operative, intraoperative, and post-operative dental radiographs
  2. Local nerve blocks for pain management
  3. Practice extraction techniques using appropriate equipment, including extraction of retained roots and preventing iatrogenic fracture during mandibular teeth extractions.

Sunday Nov 24th: Feline Dental Extractions 

The objectives for this lecture are to:

  1. Review feline dental disease specifically: 1) tooth resorption – when to extract and when to perform crown amputation, and 2) full mouth extractions – when and when not to perform this surgery
  2. Step-by-step extraction technique, crown amputation technique, retained root tip removal

Learning points for attendees are the following:

  1. The importance of preoperative, intraoperative and postoperative dental radiography
  2. Practice complete maxillary and mandibular extractions (one side)
  3. Practice coronectomy (crown amputation) and retained root tip extraction techniques

Host Location TBD

Heather lab PDF

Join us in Asheville, NC with Dr. Heather Duncan, DAVDC!

$1,595.00

Renassiance Asheville Hotel    31 Woodfin Street Asheville, NC 28801

Saturday September 21st: Common Oral Pathology & Radiology (Mostly pertaining to the Dog). There will be 3.5 hours of lecture followed by a 4.5-hour lab. Lunch will be provided.

Lab objectives:

  • Surgical extraction techniques in Dogs of the main functional teeth: Canine teeth, Maxillary 4th premolars & Mandibular 1st molars
  • Obtaining tension free mucogingival flap closures
  • Oronasal fistula repair in the dog
  • Dental Radiology pertaining to pre and postop extractions

Sunday September 22nd: Common Oral Pathology & Radiology (Mostly pertaining to the Cat).  There will be a 1.5-hour lecture followed by a 3.5-hour lab.  Lunch will be provided.

  • Surgical extraction techniques in Cats of the main functional teeth: Canine teeth, Maxillary 4th premolars & Mandibular 1st molars
  • Obtaining tension free mucogingival flap closures
  • Symphyseal fracture/separation repair
  • Dental Radiology
Columbia SC

Join us in Columbia, SC with Dr. Heather Duncan, DAVDC!

$1,595.00

Aloft Columbia Harbison   217 Lanneau Court Columbia, SC 29212

Saturday October 12th: Common Oral Pathology & Radiology (Mostly pertaining to the Dog). There will be 3.5 hours of lecture followed by a 4.5-hour lab. Lunch will be provided.

Lab objectives:

  • Surgical extraction techniques in Dogs of the main functional teeth: Canine teeth, Maxillary 4th premolars & Mandibular 1st molars
  • Obtaining tension free mucogingival flap closures
  • Oronasal fistula repair in the dog
  • Dental Radiology pertaining to pre and postop extractions

Sunday October 13th: Common Oral Pathology & Radiology (Mostly pertaining to the Cat).  There will be a 1.5-hour lecture followed by a 3.5-hour lab.  Lunch will be provided.

  • Surgical extraction techniques in Cats of the main functional teeth: Canine teeth, Maxillary 4th premolars & Mandibular 1st molars
  • Obtaining tension free mucogingival flap closures
  • Symphyseal fracture/separation repair
  • Dental Radiology