Veterinary Dental Radiography
non-credit | 3 hrs CE
Dental and oral radiography is an essential component in the delivery of high-quality dental and oral surgery in dogs and cats. There are various ways in which dental radiographs can be generated. The benefit of taking full-mouth radiographs will be discussed, as well as the numerous indications for taking dental and oral radiographs.
During this course, the normal and abnormal radiographic appearance of canine and feline teeth, along with their supporting tissues and surrounding areas, will be reviewed. There will also be an opportunity to interpret canine and feline dental and oral radiographs and develop a treatment plan based on radiographic findings.
This course is 100% online. All the videos and assessments are on demand. Completion of this course with an 80% or better provides 3 hours of CE!
What You'll Learn
- Identify how to take and process canine and feline dental radiographs
- Review positioning techniques for optimal dental radiographs
- Evaluate and interpret dental radiographs
- Recognize common radiographic abnormalities
This course material is from one of the modules in Clinical Small Animal Dentistry. Find out more about the full Clinical Small Animal Dentistry course here.