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Dentistry 2: Periodontics & Feline Dentistry

12 - 16 May 2020 | Bangkok, Thailand

General Overview

Periodontal disease is the number one clinical problem in dogs and cats. This course gives an overview of small animal periodontology, including diagnostics basics, advanced surgical procedures; preventive and regenerative techniques. The participant will learn about how to deal with gingivitis, periodontitis, alveolar bone loss; periodontal pockets; gingival recession and many other diseases. Further subjects covered in this course are feline oral problems in a separate session.

Lectures:

Anatomy and Physiology of the Periodontium
Oral Immunology and Microbiology
Periodontal disease – Aetiology, Pathogenesis and Diagnostic Approach
Periodontology – Conservative Periodontal Therapy
Plaque Control & Prevention
Use of Antibiotics in Dentistry
Feline and Canine Tooth Resorption – Case Management
Feline Chronic Gingivo-Stomatitis – Case Management
Periodontal Surgery
Traumatic Injuries to Teeth
Guided Tissue Regeneration  and Periodontium

Interactive sessions:

Management of periodontal cases 4 hours

Reading List

If you would like to prepare in advanced for the course, please find below a list of suggested materials to review. 

Language

All modules will be held in English.

Preliminary Program (Click to open)
Day 1 1 hour

a.    Dental scaling and polishing, charting (use of IC plaque)
b.    Instruments care and maintenance - sharpening
c.    Radiography of specific areas:   Maxillary and mandibular canines / incisors, 104-204  304-404 premolars / molars, 107-108-109, 207-208-209, 308-309-310,  408-409-410  

Day 2 2 hours
a.    Dental scaling and polishing, charting (use of IC plaque)
b.    Instruments: care and maintenance, sharpening
c.    Radiography of certain areas: Maxillary and mandibular canines / incisors, 104-204  304-404 : premolars / molars, 107-108-109, 207-208-209, 308-309-310,  408-409-410  
Day 3 2.5 hours

a.    Buccal alveolar bone expansion repair in a cat ( 304 404)
b.    Dog: Open root planning  - access to 308/309  309/310 areas as well as 408/409 and 409/410
c.    Envelope flap in maxillary and mandibular dentition in a cat, prepared and sutured back

Day 4 4.5hours
a.    splinting of maxillary and mandibular incisors
b.    stabilization figure of 8 loop between 104/204
c.    alveoloplasty  in 103-104 diastema
d.    avulsed lower lip in a cat ( if enough time)
Day 5 4 hours
a.    GTR in 104  and 204 from palatal side, 108 and 208 at furcation area
b.    apically repositioned flap in mandibular and maxillary incisors
c.    GTR in 104 204 in a cat
d.    lateral sliding flap for repairing gingival cleft in 104 204 from caudal side

Registration and fees

Discount tuition fee for Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia, India, Sri Lanka, China, Pakistan, Lebanon and Vietnam: EURO 1.350,–

    Early registration: Euro 1.250,--

    (Deadline for FULL early registration payment: 1st April 2020)

Discount tuition fee for Macao, South Korea and Taiwan: EURO 1.750,–

    Early registration: Euro 1.650,-

    (Deadline for FULL early registration payment: 1st April 2020)

Tuition fee for Europe, Singapore, Hong Kong, Australia, New Zealand, United Arab Emirates, Canada, USA and Japan: EURO 2.064,–

    Early registration: Euro 1.950,-

    (Deadline for FULL early registration payment: 1st April 2020)

If you have any questions regarding the registration or any other further details for the courses in Asia please contact the ESAVS Office for Asia: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.