Below are some of the lectures at the EVDF.
Because of the breadth and depth of information we are expected and required to learn in veterinary school and general practice, it is very difficult to master it all. General practitioners are in a vitally important position to recognize potentially painful and/or damaging oral and dental issues in pediatric patients. Learning to recognize these abnormalities early and recommend intervention when indicated can make a tremendous difference in the quality of life for these patients and their families. This lecture covers in depth diagnosis and therapy of common problems encountered in canine and feline pediatric dentistry. We will review assessment, diagnosis, etiology, radiographic signs, sequelae and recommended treatment/interventions. Topics include: cleft palates, enamel hypoplasia, dentigerous cysts, persistent deciduous teeth, malocclusions, juvenile periodontitis, and oral papillomas.
Essential Veterianry dentistry