Practical Dentistry

Course Date:
Tuesday 4th October 2022 & Wednesday 5th October 2022
Course Time:
10.00am - 5.30pm
Lecturer:
Available Spaces:
No
Price:
£1,150.00 + VAT
Address:
The Clinical Skills Lab Manor Place,
204a Manor Place,
Kennington,
London. SE17 3BN

Dentistry is a very important part of practice life, from a time and income perspective, as well as in terms of general animal welfare, yet it is often the discipline practitioners like the least.

This two-day cadaver-based practical course aims to significantly improve your practical dentistry skills as well as reignite your enthusiasm.

Topics to be covered include:

  • Extractions – indications, closed and open (surgical) techniques, avoiding complications
  • Benefits and risks of/and practice regional anaesthesia
  • Practice extractions on cadaver specimens – concentrating on the ‘big 4’: canines and carnassials in the dog
  • Surgical principles of mucogingivoperiosteal flap creation
  • Learn how to retrieve root tips

Please note: This course is now sold out. We are also running this course on 8th-9th September with places still available find out more

If, however, you would like to be added to the waitlist for this course and informed about any future dates for priority booking, please register below:

Canine Dentistry 1

Some feedback about this course...

"Brilliant lecturer and great in the practicals, very helpful but relaxed."- Practical Dentistry Course January 2019
"Really good notes, lectures, lecturer was really helpful and not judgmental, answered all questions in detail."- Practical Dentistry Course January 2019
"Rachel is very knowledgable and approachable as well. She made the learning experience fun"- Practical Dentistry Course January 2019
"Rachel was brilliant. One of the most helpful CPDs I’ve been on that is going to help me on a daily basis."- Practical Dentistry December 2019
"Rachel is a great lecturer and the notes were comprehensive with lots of pictures. The practicals are great and it definitely gave me more confidence to do 'proper' dentals in the future" - Practical Dentistry December 2019