Dentistry II - Feline dentistry

This course is aimed at veterinary practitioners who have completed our Dentistry I course and who are confident with open and closed extraction techniques.  

Focusing on feline dentistry and common pathologies and their treatment, participants will spend time practicing the more challenging extractions such as mandibular canine and extraction of the distal root of the 1st mandibular molar. Participants will practice local anaesthetic techniques and learn how to perform crown amputations or intentional root retention. Additionally, participants will learn how to apply bonded sealants and how to treat uncomplicated fractures without periapical lesions with an unfilled resin. 

Speaker: Nora Schwitzer Dipl. Tier., PhD, GPCert(SADen&OS), MRCVS

What previous delegates have said about this course:

"Amazing cpd couldn’t recommend Nora highly enough, she is a fantastic teacher!"

€700 per person Booking

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Dentistry II - Feline dentistry

Duration: 2 days

Level: Pending Approval by VCI

  • 2 days
  • Thu 19 Oct 2023 | 09:00 - 17:00
  • Fri 20 Oct 2023 | 09:00 - 17:00

*This is a 2-day course - selecting 1st session date automatically books both days

Held at iM3 ACE a state-of-the-art, purpose-built, clinical training facility which is fully equipped with iM3 exclusive veterinary dental equipment, including seventeen high-end dental units, seven dental X-ray stations, a VetCAT cone beam CT scanner, and a full range of hand instruments all available from Duggan Veterinary Supplies #trybeforeyoubuy

Day I

  • Feline dentistry and common pathologies 
    • Type 1&2 resorption
    • FCGS,
    • Symphysis separation
    • Fractured teeth
  • Challenging Extraction techniques
    • Mandibular canine
    • Distal root of the 1st mandibular molar 
  • How and when to perform crown amputations or internal root retention
  • Practical training

Day II

  • Practical – continue practical with cases from the Day I
  • Regional anaesthesia
  • Application of bonded sealants 
  • Treating uncomplicated fractures with an unfilled resin
  • Practical training