Course Title

CLINICAL SMALL ANIMAL DENTISTRY



Summary

This course is an intensive study of modern dentistry techniques for dogs and cats. Each module stresses the importance of a thorough working knowledge of canine and feline dental and paradental anatomy in the recognition and treatment of dental problems in dogs and cats. Clinical applications of anatomic information are utilized to reinforce important concepts. Specific topics feature dental pathology, radiology, extractions, and periodontal disease. All Modules are open to veterinarians; the following are open to licensed, registered, or certified veterinary technicians: Anatomy, Canine Dental Pathology, Feline Dental and Oral Pathology, Dental Radiology, and Periodontal Therapy.

Authors

Sandra Manfra Marretta
Professor, Veterinary Clinical Medicine
DVM, Cornell Univ.; Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Surgeons; Diplomate, American Veterinary Dental College

 

 

 

 

Course Modules CE Hours Fees
Anatomy 1 $40
Canine Dental Pathology 0.5 $20
Feline Dental and Oral Pathology 1.5 $50
Dental Radiology 1.5 $50
Extractions 1.5 $50
Periodontal Therapy 1.5 $50
Management of Fractured/Worn Teeth 1.5 $50
Jaw Fracture Management 1.5 $50
Oral Tumor Management 1.5 $50
Management of Unusual Oral Lesions 1.5 $50
10 modules for a reduced fee 13.5 $350
Benefits
  • Gain a thorough working knowledge of canine and feline dental and paradental anatomy
  • Thorough understanding of commonly occurring canine dental pathologic conditions
  • Proper radiology techniques and their use in diagnosis of dental diseases in dogs and cats
  • Learn perioperative pain management and state-of-the-art veterinary dental equipment for performing extractions efficiently
  • Identify various stages of periodontal disease and the various treatment options