Dental fractures, local analgesia and surgical extractions
Veterinarians wishing to develop their surgical extractions skills. The course will be held in English
If you can diagnose dental diseases and perform a correct surgical extraction of any tooth in a dog or a cat, you will be able to treat all your dental patients. Any dental problem can be solved by an extraction. It might not always be the best solution, but it will be acceptable if performed correctly.
Therefore, the Odontology II course is an essential training that will help you in your every day job. If you have little or no experience, you can learn to do surgical extractions and if you have some experience, you will improve your skills and pick up a trick or two to make your work easier and quicker.
The course will give a theoretical base for the use of local/regional blocks and for surgical extractions, but a majority the of time will be spent on practical exercises. The participants will learn to perform the extractions and close extraction sites by mucogingival flaps.
This course has been approved to be included for specialist program Step-1.CONTENT
September 9th 09.00 - 17.00
- Welcome and introduction to facilities
- Classification of dental fractures, theory
- Regional blocs and local analgesia, theory
- Practical excercises on regional blocs and local analgesia on specimens
- Practical exercises on full mouth radiographs as preparation for extractions
- Surgical extractions, theory
- Surgical extractions, theory
- Demonstration of surgical extractions and mucogingival flaps on specimens
- Surgical extractions, mucogingival flaps - practical work on specimens
- Conclusions and wrap up
- Cleaning the lab
Participants should after the course be able to place oral regional local blocs and to perform a surgical extraction of any tooth as well as close extraction sites by mucogingival flaps.
Jens Ruhnau graduated as DVM from University of Copenhagen 1995 and became a diplomate in European Veterinary Dental College (EVDC) and EBVS European Veterinary Specialist in Dentistry in 2004 and Specialdyrlæge i Veterinær Odontologi in 2005. He has been a board member of the European Veterinary Dental Society (EVDS) and board member of EVDC for more than 10 years. Jens is a highly appreciated lecturer and a fantastic teacher.
The course fee is 510 EUR excl VAT for Odontology II or if you want to attend both Odontology II and Odontology III the fee is 450 EUR excl VAT/course = 900 EUR. The fee includes course materials, lunches, coffee and the course dinner. There is a limited amount of participants (16 spots) and we follow the first come first serve principle. To sign up for both courses choose option "Odontology II+III". Remember to register your participation for both courses
TRAVEL & HOTEL
Please arrange your own travel arrangement to the Tanddyreklinikken in Måløv. Please book your own accommodation for the course. We recommend either Sleep hotel or Lautruppark. It takes around 15 minutes to walk from Måløv to the clinic. If you wish to take a taxi, we recommend that you take it from Ballerup S-station (as there only are taxis from Måløv Station). It costs around 25 €
Before the course there will be a webinar. We encourage all course participants to join the webinar. We will come back with a date for the pre-course webinar
Please bring clothes and shoes suitable for dental work with cadavers. Single use aprons, gloves and shoe covers will be available at the venue
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