Veterinary Dental Course and Dog & Cat Extraction Wet Lab
Veterinary Dentistry Extraction Wet Lab for Veterinarians
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Veterinary Dental Course and Dog & Cat Extraction Wet Labs
Atlanta, Saturday & Sunday – March 4-5, 2023
Total of 21 Hours of RACE CE
Even More Training
Even More Extraction Time
Even More RACE CE Hours
Than Ever Before!
Prerequisites for this Course
(Included in Lab Purchase)
Veterinary Dental Key Concepts and Extraction Principles
Immediate 24/7 Lifetime Access to the 5 hours of online RACE CE upon registration.
To maximize in-person training experience, you must complete the online Course and the RACE CE quiz prior to attending the in-person wetlab
– Instructors– Cadavers vs. Live Patients
- Surgical Loupes
- Common Dental Diseases
- Canine Simple and Surgical Extraction Techniques Videos
- Practical Approach to Periodontal Disease in Dogs & Cats
– When to Extract and When to Treat– Close Root Planing and Subgingival Curettage– Introduction to Bone Grafts
- Radiographic Interpretation
- Feline Simple and Surgical Extraction Techniques Videos
Are Dog and Cat Surgical Extractions Taking Too Long?
Get first-hand access to Dr. Beckman's specific techniques and begin performing surgical extractions more efficiently than you ever thought possible.
Minimize root fractures and be confident removing root tips if they do happen.
Master previously frustrating extractions with the new skills you develop in this Veterinary Dental Extraction Lab.
Be one of only a few to attend and become one of the most confident and highly skilled DVM’s performing surgical extractions in general practice today.
Frequently Asked Questions for Roadmap and Extraction Wet Lab Live Courses
Level 1 Live
Veterinarians and Technicians
These are two Immersive Days of Detailed Instructions to Give You the Skills to Master Dental Extractions.
The Essential Wet Lab is an Introductory Dentistry course that focuses on the training of the Vet and Tech alone or the Veterinarian-Technician team to become familiar with various procedures and clinical aspects of veterinary dentistry. This course will eliminate the frustrations with case management, dental radiographic technique positioning and interpretation, periodontal care, and nerve blocks, among others.
Although you may attend as a vet or a tech alone, we recommend that your Veterinarian/Technician dentistry service team take this course together for maximum value and impact for your hospital and your patients.
The Extraction Wet Lab is the brand new version of our past Extraction Wet Lab and builds on the knowledge and skills from the Essential Wet Lab. Upon registration, you get 5 hours of RACE-approved video instruction to access immediately and master prior to coming to the actual lab. The Extraction Wet Lab then utilizes that knowledge to provide two days of clinical wet lab instruction to round out the skills needed by veterinarians to excel in veterinary dentistry in general practice.
The new Extraction Wet Lab takes the lecture from the past labs and puts it into a 5-hour RACE accredited course that you access immediately and is yours to keep and refer back to for life. This is a prerequisite to be completed before Saturday, day one.
This allows us to provide a new level of practical, mostly hands-on instruction on Saturday that we couldn't give previously. This leaves all day on Sunday for nothing but hands-on dog and cat extractions utilizing the skills that you have acquired from the Essential Wet Labs, the 5-hour online course, and Saturday's clinical instruction and lab.
Not only do you get 4 more hours of CE than in the previous format (20 vs. 16), you have much more hands-on time in the wet lab. You also keep the 5-hour online course that, before, was the lecture provided throughout Saturday and Sunday.
Course Begins at 8:30 am & Ends at 4:30 pm
Saturday: Essentials of Canine and Feline Dentistry
Sunday: Veterinary Canine and Feline Surgical Dental Extractions
Please be at the venue no later than 8:15 am as we will start promptly at 8:30 am