Fundamentals of Veterinary Equine Dentistry

18.juni - 19.juni
Påmeldingsfrist
04.juni 2020

This 2-day course covers all aspects of everyday dentistry for the general practitioner working with horses, ponies and donkeys. The lectures include many aspects of dental diseases and provide thorough guidance on anatomy and diagnostic methods used by the veterinary practitioner. The practicals complement the lectures; providing further anatomy training and modern techniques in oral examination, radiography, routine dentistry and overgrowth reductions.

Thursday 18th June 2020
09:00-09:15   Introduction
09:15-10:00   Dental anatomy refresher
10:00-10:45   Oral examination
10:45-11:15   Coffee
11:15-12:00   Routine dental treatment
12:00-12:45   Overgrowth reductions
12:45-13:45   Lunch
13:45-14:30   Radiography
14:30-15:15   Diastema and periodontal disease
15:15-15:45   Coffee
15:45-16:30   Fractures and periapical disease
16:30-17:15   Caries

Friday 19th June 2020
09:00-09:45   Incisors and canines
09:45-10:15   Wolf tooth extraction
10:15-10:45   Discussion
10:45-11:15   Coffee
11:15-13:15   Wet Lab: oral exam and anatomy
13:15-14:15   Lunch
14:15-17:15   Wet Lab: overgrowth reduction, radiography acquisition and image reading

18.06.20 - 19.06.20
Kl. 09:00 - 17:15
Engelsk
13.900,-

Prisen inkluderer kursavgift, kursmeteriell, lunsj torsdag og fredag, kaffe, te, kaker, frukt og mineralvann i alle pauser.

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Ta kontakt vedr. spørsmål
Merete Hansen Kurskoordinator
Telefon:
45 23 81 02 61314949
E-post:
merete@jfa.no

Forelesere

Rebekah Kennedy

Rebekah Kennedy

BVMS(Hons), PhD, MRCVS

Se Rebekah Kennedy sin CV

Rebekah graduated with Honours from the University of Glasgow in 2011 and then spent two years working in mixed practice. She then returned to the University of Glasgow in 2013 as a Horserace Betting Levy Board (HBLB) Research Scholar investigating aetiopathogenesis of equine periodontal disease, gaining a PhD in 2017 before joining the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies to begin a four year residency in equine dentistry.

Tim Barnett

Tim Barnett

BSc(Hons) BVM&S MSc CertAVP DipECVS DipEVDC-Eq MRCVS

RCVS and European Specialist in Equine Surgery
RCVS Specialist in Veterinary Dentistry (Equine)
Rossdales Equine Hospital & Diagnostic Centre

Se Tim Barnett sin CV

Tim qualified from the University of Edinburgh in 2005. After a period in general practice, he joined Rossdales in early 2007, working as an orthopaedic assistant in the Diagnostic Centre. He then went on to complete an 18-month internship at the Hospital and Diagnostic Centre, before embarking on a surgical residency at the University of Edinburgh, co-supervised by Rossdales. Tim re-joined the practice in 2014, and prior to working full time in the hospital team he spent time worked in the Hertfordshire practice and then as part of the Newmarket horses in training team.

In 2013 Tim was awarded an MSc with Distinction from the University of Edinburgh for his work on post-operative finding in horses undergoing laryngoplasty for recurrent laryngeal neuropathy. In 2015 he attained the RCVS Certificate in Advanced Veterinary Practice (CertAVP) and became a Diplomate of the European College of Veterinary Surgeons (DipEVCS). He was awarded RCVS Specialist status in 2016 and joined the partnership at Rossdales in April 2017. Tim became a Diplomate of the European Veterinary Dental College (DipEVDC-Eq) in 2018 attaining RCVS Specialist status in equine dentistry as well as surgery.

Tim works within the hospital surgical team where, as well as emergency admissions, he sees many elective surgical cases. Tim has a particular interest in soft tissue surgery, and sees many of the referred upper airway cases and oversees the practices overground endoscopy service. He has presented and published a number of award-winning research studies in the fields of upper airway surgery and diagnostics, and is currently involved in a number of multi-centre research projects in dentistry and upper airway disease.

John Mark O'Leary

John Mark O'Leary

MVB BSC BVMS MSC DECVS

Se John Mark O'Leary sin CV

John Mark qualified with a first class honors degree from the University of Leeds in 1999, completed his Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Glasgow in 2004. He started his veterinary career in mixed practice in Northern Ireland before spending several years in first opinion equine practice in Ireland and England. He then completed a surgical internship at Hagyards Medical Institute, Kentucky in 2009, an ECVS Large Animal surgical residency at the University of Edinburgh in 2012, before conducting a surgical locum there. During his residency training in Edinburgh he completed an MSc by research on the thermal effects of motorized dental equipment on cheek teeth. He returned to private practice in 2013 in Ireland and Sweden.

He initially joined the large animal surgical team at UCD as a locum in 2015 and became a full time assistant professor in large animal surgery in 2016.

John Mark holds two European Veterinary Board certifications in large animal surgery (2014) and veterinary dentistry (equine) (2018) and has research interests in this area. Sinusitis and dental disease make up a significant proportion of his caseload in the clinic which are extremely challenging cases to manage, with a high rate of recurrence. The hospital is one of the best equipped for dealing with such cases, having the gold standard imaging of standing computed tomography and a multitude of different dental extraction techniques available (standard oral extraction, minimally invasive transbuccal extraction and intra-oral segmentation).

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