A number of companion animals do not receive adequate periodontal homecare and suffer advanced dental pathology that requires oral surgery including extractions. A large number of fractures are not able to be saved by endodontic treatment and require extraction, so analgesia and an easy, less traumatic tooth removal is ideal. At this course you will greatly improve your dental skills as we cover: Analgesia and use of local analgesic agents, anatomy for nerve blocks, radiology positioning and interpretation, simple and surgical extractions, raising a muco-gingival flap, osteotomy techniques, tooth sectioning in the feline patient.
Please let us know in the notes section which days you wish to attend
2019 dates: February 22nd, March 22nd, July 19th, August 9th, November 15th, November 29th
Who can attend:
VDEC Training Centre, 81 Belgrave-Hallam Rd, Hallam Vic 3803