Canine Dentistry Course, CE and Wet Lab

Veterinary Dental Class

October 11th & 12th, 2014

Orlando, Florida

Directions to The Institute of Technical Arts

This lecture and wet lab is extremely practical, providing the veterinarian with the skills needed to treat the majority of dentistry cases seen in practice daily.

DAY 1 This lecture and wet lab will focus on gross and radiographic anatomy and physiology of the oral cavity as it relates to periodontal pathology, subgingival curettage, closed root planing, envelope and releasing flaps for open root planing, perioceutic and synthetic bone placement, case approaches to periodontal disease and treatment planning.

DAY 2 This day involves a short lecture and extensive wet lab that will focus on the latest techniques to facilitate less traumatic extractions by utilizing mucoperiosteal flaps, line angle incisions, sectioning, bone removal, bone contouring and suturing.

Lecture and wet lab are conducted in the Institute of Technical Arts where each participant has his/her own high speed delivery system and equipment. Lunch is provided. Attendance is limited to the first 8 registrants. This program is intended to provide 15 hours of RACE accredited continuing education

Lecture begins at 9:00 am

Instructor: Brett Beckman, DVM, FAVD, Diplomate AVDC, Diplomate AAPM.


Phone: Annie @ 941-276-9141

$995 – Register Online

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