Two-Day Dental and Anesthesia Lectures and

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Two-Day Dental and Anesthesia Lectures and
Join us for a two-day seminar and wet lab on
basic veterinary dentistry, anesthesia and
radiology. Spaces are limited and sure to go
quickly, so RSVP today!
Registration:
If you would like to attend the Two-Day Dental
and Anesthesia Lecture and Wet Lab, please fill
out the information below and submit it to your
Webster representative.
Including a Vendor/Equipment fair!
> Open to all veterinarians and support staff
regardless of your participation in the labs.
Raffle prizes throughout the day
(for wet lab attendees only).
Equipment for sale with great
wet lab discounts!
> Ask your Representative for information
Two-Day Dental and
Anesthesia Lectures
and Wet Lab
Sponsored by:
For Veterinarians and Technicians
October 1-2, 2011 | Scottsdale Marriott
Clinic Name ____________________________________
Attendee Name ________________________________
Clinic Address __________________________________
Clinic Phone ____________________________________
Clinic Email ____________________________________
Schick, Midmark, PURdigital,
Progeny, IM3, MedRX and more!
Additional Attendees ____________________________
______________________________________________
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Fee:
Dental Lecture/Wet Lab – Veterinarian price: $250
Anesthesia Lecture/Lab – Veterinarian price: $125
(both days: $325)
Dental Lecture/Wet Lab – Technician price: $125
Anesthesia Lecture/Lab – Technician price: $75
(both days: $175)
Location:
Scottsdale Marriott
16770 North Perimeter Dr. | Scottsdale, Arizona 85260
Ph: 480.502.3836 | Fx: 480.502.0653
www.scottsdalemarriott.com
RSVP by faxing or scanning completed form
to Gloria Lovett at 623-349-3612 or
[email protected]
RSVP by Monday, September 26
Presented by:
Webster
Event Information
Date: Saturday, October 1
Technician Lecture
Date: Sunday, October 2, 2011
Darlene Hernandez and Jennifer Hertzoff –
Complete Dental Care for Technicians
Darlene Hernandez, RVT, has worked in the veterinary
industry since 1996. For the last nine years, Darlene has
been head RVT at mixed small and exotic animal veterinary
practices and is currently working for Webster Veterinary as
a veterinary practice trainer.
Agenda: 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Agenda: 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Veterinarian Lectures (Limit – 35 DVMs)
Dr. Curt Coffman – Dental Radiographs, Technique and
Interpretation (60 min.)
Curt Coffman, DVM, is a member of the American
Veterinary Dental Society (AVDS), a Fellow of the Academy
of Veterinary Dentistry (AVD) and a Diplomate of the
American Veterinary Dental College (DAVDC).
Dr. Glenn Brigden – Oral Surgery and Extraction
In this lecture, you’ll become familiar with common dental
terminology; better understand the importance of dental
marketing and client communication skills; become familiar
with dental charting and its importance; learn how to
perform a proper preliminary oral examination and its
importance; understand the steps required to perform a
proper dental prophy – instrumentation and technique;
become familiar with positioning and obtaining proper
dental radiographs; review the importance and process of
instrument care and sharpening; and better understand
Home Care and its importance.
Techniques (60 min.)
Agenda: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Glenn Brigden, DVM, is a member of the American
Veterinary Dental Society (AVDS) and a Diplomate of the
American Veterinary Dental College (DAVDC). Dr. Brigden’s
special interests include oral and maxillofacial surgery.
Veterinarian Labs (Limit – 30 DVMs)
Dr. Chris J. Visser – Alternative Treatment to Extractions
(60 min.)
Chris Visser, BVSc, DVM, MRCVS, AVDC, EVDC, is a
Diplomate of the American and European Veterinary Dental
College and plays an important role in the delivery of highquality continuing education to AZVMA members.
Oral Surgery and Extraction Techniques
Veterinarian and Technician Anesthesia Lectures
(Limit: 30 DVMs and 30 Technicians)
Dr. Victoria M. Lukasik –
Monitoring Ventilation and Oxygenation (60 min.)
Monitoring Circulation (60 min.)
Monitoring the ECG (60 min.)
Victoria Lukasik, DVM, DACVA, has received awards from
the American College of Veterinary Anesthesiologists and
American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) and research
awards from the National Institutes of Health and the
National Cancer Institute. She is a nationally and
internationally recognized speaker.
Agenda: 12:15 p.m. - 1:15 p.m.
Lunch and round table discussions with Abbott
Agenda: 1:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Veterinarian Anesthesia Lab (Limit: 30 DVMs)
You will become familiar with different oral surgery
instruments and equipment and using hand instruments
for simple extraction. You’ll also understand the steps
required for performing surgical extractions and practice
extraction techniques using dog cadaver heads.
Recognizing Patient Trends and Managing Anesthetic Events
(90 min.)
Anesthesia of High-Risk Patients (90 min.)
Radiology Nerve Block
Technician Anesthesia Lab
You’ll understand the working parts of a dental X-ray
system; become familiar with positioning and obtaining
dental radiographs; become familiar with regional dental
nerve blocks; and review the landmarks for regional nerve
blocks using dog and cat skulls.
Understanding Your Anesthetic Delivery System and
Monitoring Devices
Technician Lab
Radiology, Prophy and Instrument Care
This lab covers complete dental care for technicians. The
lab features three stations: Radiology, where you’ll
participate in the demonstration of the basic angles and
positioning for exposing dental X-rays; Prophy, where you’ll
practice proper cleaning techniques on cadaver heads; and
Instrument Care, where you’ll participate in the
demonstration of basic cleaning and sharpening of
hand instruments.
Dr. Victoria M. Lukasik –
Darlene Hernandez, RVT –

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