Dental III: How to deal with complicated Dentals

This course is aimed at the interested vet who has some experience in dentistry, and is confident to take intra-oral radiographs and interpret them on a basic level.

The course aims to improve the extraction techniques of the attending vet to avoid complications and discusses potential solutions if things go wrong. We will go through a “step by step” process on how to extract root fragments from the mandibular canal, explain the approach and treatment of oral tumors in practice, and how to deal with patients with a reduced range of motion.

Additionally, basic relaxation techniques and how to get out of the “fight or flight” reflex are taught to give the attending vet tools to deal with his stress levels during challenging operations

Speaker: Nora Schwitzer Dipl. Tier., Phd, MRCVS, GPCert(SADen&OS) & Ingrid Tundo 

What previous delegates have said about this course:

"I really enjoyed the course, both Nora and Ingrid were very engaging speakers and the opportunity to practice extraction techniques on cadavers was great. They also managed to tailor the course to all levels as there was a mix of abilities on the course. The course is well organized and all the staff is very professional. I feel very fortunate to have this high level of CPD available in Ireland."

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Dental III: How to deal with complicated Dentals

Level: 19

  • Why dentistry can be stressful and the stress-free dentist. How to plan your day and surrounding for an easy win.
  • Extraction complications and how to fix them: extraction of root fragment out of the mandibular canal
  • Wetlab Canine extraction, displacement of roots in the nasal cavity/mandibular canal
  • Relaxation techniques
  • Oral tumor resection in general practice 
  • How to deal with a patient with a reduced range of motion 
  • Wetlab 4th Premolar, first molar extraction, root fragment removal, “tumor resection and tension free wound closure”.