6th Annual Gulf-Atlantic Veterinary Conference
Advance registration required
$95 with conference registration
$150 wet lab only
This is a one-hour lecture discussing safety, terminology, normal and abnormal anatomy, basic pathology, and mounting of dental radiographs followed by three hours of hands-on training. Learn how to obtain a diagnostic intraoral radiograph using the latest state-of-the-art equipment taught by some the most highly trained veterinary technicians in veterinary dentistry. There is a low teacher-to-student ratio to ensure everyone takes all the images necessary to obtain full mouth radiographs of a dog and cat using cadaver heads. This is the most effective way to learn intraoral dental radiography because it imitates real-life patients without the stress of having to monitor anesthesia while trying to learn at the same time.