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Small Animal Dentistry Fundamentals

Small Animal Dentistry Fundamentals

  • 39500


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Course Format:

  • 1 hour webinar per week over 5 weeks (dates and times in flyer)
  • Online learning portal with comprehensive notes and access to webinar recordings (access tokens and instructions provided via email on purchase)

Veterinary and Veterinary Nurse Streams...

Small Animal Dentistry Fundamentals for Veterinarians

This complete and detailed course will prepare, refresh, and advance veterinary dentistry clinical and diagnostic skills in your team. Building on your knowledge each week, this course will cover the COHAT approach to dentistry, anatomy, pathophysiology and nomenclature, radiology, extraction techniques, pain management and client communication. Weekly, live, online lectures will be supported with comprehensive notes to maximize participants learning experience.

Participants will learn:

  1. Dental anatomy and physiology, nomenclature and the Modified Triadan Tooth Numbering system
  2. Correct prophylaxis technique and the diagnosis and treatment of dental pathophysiologies
  3. Dental radiology techniques, including x-ray interpretation and treatment planning
  4. Extraction techniques and pain management of the dental patient
  5. Communication techniques and gaining client compliance to your dental program

Small Animal Dentistry Fundamentals for Veterinary Nurses

The Veterinary Nurse stream of this complete and detailed course has been tailored specifically for veterinary nurses and is delivered by Australia’s first and only Veterinary Technician Specialist in the field of Dentistry, Maggie Burley. This course will prepare, refresh, and advance dentistry knowledge and skills in your nursing team, and covers the COHAT approach to dentistry, anatomy, pathophysiology and nomenclature, radiology, client communication and homecare planning.

Participants will learn:

  • Dental anatomy and physiology, nomenclature and the Modified Triadan Tooth Numbering system
  • The COHAT approach to dental treatment and identification of oral maloclusions
  • Correct prophylaxis technique and the charting of dental pathologies
  • Dental radiology techniques, including x-ray positioning
  • Communication techniques, gaining

For further information on dates, times and presenters, please see the flyer HERE or contact the team at CCG on (07) 3621 6005.

Course access instructions are available from the 'Instructions' tab in the top menu and also supplied in the purchase confirmation email.


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