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Download as PDF By Tony Woodward, DVM, AVSC You can maximize the potential of dentistry in your veterinary practice by educating your staff and recognizing and treating problems that are often missed. As 50% of your patients may be in need of some level of dental care, there are many opportunities to deliver the best care and build client loyalty to your practice. … Read More
A Guide for the General Veterinary Practitioner Download as PDF By Tony M. Woodward, DVM, AVD There exists today a tremendous opportunity for improving the level of veterinary dental care delivered by the average practice. Integrating a higher level of veterinary dental care into a general practice takes time and a level of commitment from the owner(s) of the practice, but the … Read More
Download as PDF By Tony M. Woodward, DVM, AVDC Previous articles have presented the rationale for expanding your veterinary dental services and presented a specific marketing plan you can use to implement a higher level of dentistry in your practice. In this article, we will begin to cover the specific veterinary dentistry services you need to provide. There are a few basic dental … Read More
Download as PDF By Tony M. Woodward, DVM, AVDC In my experience, there are several areas that must be addressed in order to achieve the potential for delivery of dental care in a general practice. These include defining your dental message, education of staff, consistent delivery of your educational message to clients, “low impact” anesthesia, the ability to proactively diagnose dental disease, the … Read More
Download as PDF Dental Radiology “CHEAT SHEET” Area imaged General Technique and Tips Lower PM and M Place film in vestibule between the tongue and teeth. The beam is angled perpendicular to film. This is the only “parallel technique”. Lower incisors +/- Canine Start by aiming beam on ventral midline perpendicular to the film. Then tip the tube head forward … Read More
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