Lecture 1: Well, THAT’S not normal! Oral and Dental Problems to identify
Regular oral examinations, both in the exam room and during the dental procedure, can reveal a number of abnormalities in many dogs and cats. The use of dental probes, intraoral radiography and accurate charting will allow you to recognize these changes in order to form a treatment plan to resolve the disease involved.
Lecture 2: You’ve got to see it to believe – or diagnose – it! – Tips for easier dental radiology
Intraoral radiology is an essential part of dental practice, needed in every aspect of dentistry, from proper evaluation of periodontal disease to pre- and post-extraction films. The techniques of placing the film and aiming the radiographic beam can be challenging, but these skills are easily learned.
Lecture 3: Start ‘em out young! – Oral and Dental Care for Puppies and Kittens
From puppies and kittens, to young adult dogs and cats, proper dental assessment and care is an important part of their overall health management. Early intervention with malocclusions, retained deciduous teeth and other issues can start these patients off in the right direction