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Veterinary Dental Radiographic Interpretation for the Dog and Cat


5 Hour RACE Accredited Online Course

Available Immediately for Lifetime 24/7 Access

Order today and get my Veterinary Dental Radiographic Positioning Guide


Why is anesthesia free dentistry not that bad and why should you care?

Before I was a board certified dentist I was in general practice

I spent 11 years cleaning teeth and only extracting mobile teeth that were blatantly mobile. I didn’t have the equipment or the training to take radiographs let alone interpret them. So there was no way that I could treat those poor patients the way that they should be treated.

So I was practicing Anesthesia Free Dentistry under anesthesia!

The problem is that most veterinarians still today do not know how to look at dental radiographs and make quick treatment decisions. So patients are cleaned, maybe loose teeth are extracted but all else is left again anesthesia free dentistry under anesthesia! This includes all of the tissue debris, foreign particles (hair, grass, calculus, food) that is left in the empty socket.

That is exactly why I created a course that provides 5 hours of training for the veterinarians on radiographic interpretation. Once you experience this course you will progress from that uncomfortable and awkward feeling of not being able to decide what to do during each dentistry procedure, to a superior level of confidence in reading dental radiographs. It will allow you to make efficient, stress free decisions for optimal treatment of your patients oral diseas especially periodontal disease.


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Veterinary Dental Radiographic Interpretation Online Course

$395.00

Comprehensive Veterinary Dental Radiographic Interpretation in the Dog & Cat.

5 Hours RACE CE Credit with 24/7 Lifetime Access


Register Today and get my Radiographic Positioning Guide sent to your door for free (US and Canada only). International orders receive the digital version.

Veterinary Dental Radiographic Positioning Guide – Dogs & Cats X-ray Book

Veterinary Dental Radiography Positioning Guide

Solve Your Positioning Headaches

A comprehensive veterinary dental radiographic positioning guide for cats and dogs demonstrating positioning for size 2 and size 4 sensors or film. Additional helpful positioning tips plus step by step instructions to make taking full mouth series easier.

Water resistant pages that can be kept chair side for quick reference. See the preview of the rostral mandible of the cat below.

Please Allow 7-10 days for Shipping International and to Canada


The Physical Book is available for orders in the US and Canada only. International orders will receive the digital version.

Dear Dr. Beckman,
I just wanted to send a note to say thank you for writing and producing the dental positioning guide. I absolutely love it and it has turned a once daunting process into a routine procedure. Thank you.
David Hyde DVM

Ryegate Small Animal Hospital
East Ryegate, VT

Hi Brett,

Thanks to your excellent guide, and setting up templates, we’re doing full mouths in 5-10 minutes now. I have already found several hidden problems that required treatment.

Morten Hinge, DVM
Evidencia Naestved Animal Hospital
Denmark


By acting today you will receive a digital copy of my book, Guide to Veterinary Dental Radiographic Positioning which is the Standard positioning guide in our field and is being uses in thousands of practices throughout the world.

Here are just a few of the testimonials that we have received in response to what our students have learned.

“Attending Dr. Beckman’s canine dental wet lab was the single most valuable CE I had experienced in my then 10 years as a veterinarian.”

“I was already doing fairly good dentistry, was using dental x-rays and had good technicians, but Dr. Beckman taught me how to utilize those tools to be a better practitioner and to be more profitable.”

Dr. Geoffrey Adams
Pasco Animal Hospital
New Port Richey, Florida

“Dr. Beckman thanks again for an amazing conference in Indianapolis! We have been doing X-rays in lateral recumbency and they were hit or miss if they would turn out. Using your technique my tech took the full mouth X-ray series one time only and it was perfect. So excited!”

Lauren Tassone, DVM
Prairie State Veterinary Clinic
Orland Park, IL

“Following Dr. Beckman’s courses our patients are under anesthesia for much less time, the anesthetic episodes are much smoother with better pain management and our patients have very comfortable recoveries.”

“Our clients are very happy with the results and have a better understanding of the reason and expense of treatment when they can see their pet’s X-rays.”

Rebecca Korven
Sydney, Novia Scotia, Canada

“Attending Dr. Beckman’s canine dental wet lab was the single most valuable CE I had experienced in my then 10 years as a veterinarian.”
“I was already doing fairly good dentistry, was using dental x-rays and had good technicians, but Dr. Beckman taught me how to utilize those tools to be a better practitioner and to be more profitable.”

Dr. Geoffrey Adams
Pasco Animal Hospital
New Port Richey, Florida

“Dr. Beckman thanks again for an amazing conference in Indianapolis! We have been doing X-rays in lateral recumbency and they were hit or miss if they would turn out. Using your technique my tech took the full mouth X-ray series one time only and it was perfect. So excited!”

Lauren Tassone, DVM
Prairie State Veterinary Clinic
Orland Park, IL

“Following Dr. Beckman’s courses our patients are under anesthesia for much less time, the anesthetic episodes are much smoother with better pain management and our patients have very comfortable recoveries.”

“Our clients are very happy with the results and have a better understanding of the reason and expense of treatment when they can see their pet’s X-rays.”

Rebecca Korven
Sydney, Novia Scotia, Canada


FAQs

Our practice doesn’t have dental radiographs. You are here because you want to help your patients get the best oral care that you can provide. It is your responsibility to invest in your own education. Not providing quality patient care is the end result of not taking advantage of this opportunity.

I have some training in dental rad interpretation but I am still slow at deciding on diagnosis and treatment. I designed this course for my students in your situation that relayed that same concern in the past.

How long do I have to take the course? You have lifetime, unlimited access 24/7 immediately upon registration

I don’t need the CE this year. The CE hours can be used later. You can view the course as many times as you like, just take the course test in the year that you want the CE. Your certificate is available for download immediately upon passing.

Can other people in the practice have access to the course? Yes anyone in the practice can benefit from the course. Only one person will get the CE hours however.

Not completely sure that you will learn a lot from this course? You have a 30 day 100 percent money back guarantee. Just email me at drbrett@veterinarydentistry.net and keep the guide as my gift for your trouble

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