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This course is aimed at the interested vet who has some experience in dentistry, is  confident to take intra-oral radiographs and interpret them on a basic level. The course aimes to improve extraction techniques of the attending vet to avoid complications and discusses potential solution if things go wrong. We will go through a “step by step” process how to extract root fragments from the mandibular canal, explain the apporach and treatment of oral toumors in practice and  how to deal with patients with a reduced range of motion.

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

Dentistry

Dental III: How to deal with complicated Dentals

Dental III: How to deal with complicated Dentals

Pending Approval by VCI for 20 CVE Credits 

Elevate your skillset and learn to love small animal veterinary dentistry 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. Combine theory and practical sessions to enhance your dentistry skills in scaling, charting, extraction techniques and dental radiography so you can feel more comfortable and confident with a disease that is faced every day in practice. 

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

What others said about this course:

"Just completed Dentistry 1 course with Nora. The course, location, and practical elements were fantastic. I would highly recommend this  for anyone looking to improve their basic Dentistry skills. The speaker Nora was excellent"

Dentistry

Dentistry I - 2 days 24th & 25th July 2023

Dentistry I - 2 days 24th & 25th July 2023

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

Dentistry

Dentistry II - Feline dentistry

Dentistry II - Feline dentistry

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Pending VCI Approval 

19 CVE Credits 

Elevate your dentistry skills 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. Combine theory and practical sessions to enhance your dentistry skills in oral assessment, charting, scaling, polishing and taking dental x-rays. Learn how to run dental clinics and confidently talk about oral hygiene with clients. 

Speaker: Claire Harrison BSc (Hons) RVN VTS (Dentistry) AFHEA

Dentistry

Essential Dentistry for Veterinary Nurses- 2 days 24th & 25th July 2023

Essential Dentistry for Veterinary Nurses- 2 days 24th & 25th July 2023

VCI Approved Course Code 20-21-0312

1 CVE Credit 

Explore what lurks beneath the gumline and brush up on your intra-oral radiography skills 

Explore the basic principles of intra and extra oral radiology

Highly recommended for those attending our 2-day Dentistry I & II vet courses and Essential Dentistry for RVNs

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

Dentistry

Webinar - What lurks beneath the gumline

Webinar - What lurks beneath the gumline

O no! I heard the dreaded noise….

Extraction complications are common and not nice. Signs of root fragment complications: haemorrhage, swelling, pain, jaw fracture, penetration of instruments into the mandibular canal or eye or nasal cavity and root fragments. Root fragments are one of the most common complications I see in referral practice. In this webinar we discuss what we can do to avoid fragments and if they happen, how we treat them. We will discuss different approaches of root fragment retrieval and their pros and cons.

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

Dentistry

Webinar: Dentistry III: Oh no !! Root fragment complications & how to avoid them

Webinar: Dentistry III: Oh no !! Root fragment complications & how to avoid them