“Let’s go Back to School” with the most hands-on education since vet school.
This course is specifically designed for recent graduates seeking to learn day-one dental skills not taught in vet school.
The course is split into a theory component – conducted via six (6) on- line live webinars, followed up with a 3 day workshop held in a state of the art teaching facility; where students work at their own pace; all faculty members are Diplomates – specialists and residency trained veterinarians and nurses; participants earn CE / RACE accreditation; the practical component has highly individualised teaching and expert critique to ensure learning and professional growth. At the end of the course, each participant will have learnt the day one competencies that can be applied in your practices.
The six webinar program consists of:
- 29 / 01 / 19 Anatomy, Tooth Development, Jaw Growth, Juvenile (Puppy and Kitten) Dentistry
- 31 / 01 / 19 Periodontal Disease
- 05 / 02 / 19 Radiology
- 07 / 02 / 19 Analgesia and Anaesthesia
- 14 / 02 / 19 Oral Surgery (Extractions)
- 19 / 02 / 19 Homecare / Business of Dentistry
The 3 day workshops are available on the following dates (participant chooses one date to register):
Feb 21-23, Mar 21-23, Jul 18-20, Aug 08-10, Nov 14-16, Nov 28-30
Please let us know in the notes section which days you wish to attend
The workshops will cover the essential disciplines: Radiology, Oral surgery and Periodontal disease treatment. Doctors will learn clinical anatomy the complete dental exam with charting, oral prophylaxis in addition to open curettage and bone augmentation, local nerve blocks, radiology techniques and interpretation and oral surgery (extractions and mass removals).
“This will be one of our most popular programs and will fill quickly. This hands-on program is designed to quickly bring recent graduates (with little or no previous experience) who have received an inadequate dental school education at veterinary school with oral disease recognition and treatment “up to speed” with day-one competencies.”
Dr Ira Luskin, Baltimore, USA