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Dental Radiography, Why And When

08 Oct 2021
Clinical Theater 2

Available for RACE approved CE credit if watched from 10:30AM-11:20AM PST on Friday, October 8, 2021. 

Not all veterinarians take intraoral radiographs during dental procedures. However, they all should. If you are doing dental procedures without intraoral radiography, you are missing pathology that should be treated and you are doing a disservice to both your patients and your clients. Learn why intraoral radiography is so important in veterinary dentistry. If your practice has intraoral radiography available, learn about how and when to effectively use it. Many veterinarians do not take dental radiographs as often as they should. If your practice does not currently use intraoral radiography, come learn why you should. Intraoral radiography improves patient care, reduces potential complications during dental procedures, and helps to prevent needless oral pathology. In addition, oral radiology is a diagnostic modality that will pay for itself rapidly, when properly used.

Brian Hewitt, Dental Specialist - Cheyenne West Animal Hospital

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