1478 Feline Dentistry (September 2020)

£1,437.00 (+VAT)

24th and 25th September 2020 Studley, Warwickshire

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Struggling with feline dentistry? It’s notoriously tricky; the small size, fragile teeth and specific pathologies predispose to difficulty and complications, as you may have found. On this highly practical course tutor Alex Smithson will help you gain the confidence and skills that you need deal effectively with the most frequent challenges you’ll encounter in practice. Alex is a Veterinary Dentist and dual qualified Veterinary Surgeon and human Dental Surgeon. Drawing on experience from both veterinary and human fields, he will guide you on how best to approach cases to optimise both patient outcome and your work satisfaction. Extensive wet labs allow you to practise techniques with hands-on help, avoid common complications and get better outcomes with your feline dentistry patients. Suitable for all GPs and those with an interest in feline cases, surgery and dentistry.

What you’ll learn:

  • Indications for extraction and your alternatives
  • Local analgesic techniques and how to use them
  • Orofacial pain (FOPS) – your options
  • Resorptive lesions and how to deal with them
  • Stomatitis (FCGS)
  • Extraction techniques and how to avoid complications

Course Tutor: Alex Smithson BVM&S BDS(Hons) Cert Endod Dipl Endontology MRCVS

Previous Delegates Said:-

Thoroughly enjoyed the day and feel more confident with approaching more difficult extractions. Great, practical tips that I can utilise straight away. Fantastic and enthusiastic lecturer. Rayana Kamal MRCVS

The course was a perfect combination of theory practice and the tutors were very good and approachable. Frances Alink MRCVS

Very good lectures, tutor very approachable. Learned a lot during the practical. Good balance between theory/practical. Well organised, generally good tutors. Everything was good. Tessa Verkade MRCVS

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