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VETERINARY DENTISTRY for Veterinarians & Technicians Instructor: Denise Rollings CVT, VTS (Dentistry) Dentistry 101 ($175) This 3-hour lecture and 2-hour wetlab will start with three hours of lecture covering: The Basics of Oral Anatomy Dental Abnormalities Dental Cleaning, Probing & Charting The second part of this lab will be hands-on instruction on canine and feline cadavers. The focus will be on cleaning, probing, charting, and learning the most effective ways for technicians to assist veterinarians during dental procedures. Dental Radiology; Positioning & Techniques ($150) This course starts with a 2-hour lecture discussing radiology equipment, safety, terminology, normal and abnormal anatomy, basic pathology, and labial mounting of films. Following the lecture there will be a 2-hour wetlab with hands on training of radiology positioning. Learn how to obtain a diagnostic intraoral radiograph using the latest state of the art equipment taught by one of the most highly trained veterinary technicians in the country. This lab is the most effective way to learn intraoral dental radiography because it imitates real-life patients without the stress of anesthesia. For details regarding these courses, please email us at [email protected] or call 239-888-6761
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  • VETERINARY DENTISTRY for Veterinarians & Technicians

    Instructor: Denise Rollings CVT, VTS (Dentistry)

    Dentistry 101 ($175) This 3-hour lecture and 2-hour wetlab will start with three hours of lecture covering:

    ‣ The Basics of Oral Anatomy ‣ Dental Abnormalities ‣ Dental Cleaning, Probing & Charting

    The second part of this lab will be hands-on instruction on canine and feline cadavers. The focus will be on cleaning, probing, charting, and learning the most effective ways for technicians to assist veterinarians during dental procedures.

    Dental Radiology; Positioning & Techniques ($150) This course starts with a 2-hour lecture discussing radiology equipment, safety, terminology, normal and abnormal anatomy, basic pathology, and labial mounting of films. Following the lecture there will be a 2-hour wetlab with hands on training of radiology positioning. Learn how to obtain a diagnostic intraoral radiograph using the latest state of the art equipment taught by one of the most highly trained veterinary technicians in the country. This lab is the most effective way to learn intraoral dental radiography because it imitates real-life patients without the stress of anesthesia.

    For details regarding these courses, please email us at [email protected]

    or call 239-888-6761

    mailto:[email protected]:[email protected]

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