|Date:||Fri 24th Sep 2021 - Sat 25th Sep 2021|
|Venue:||Clinique Équine des Bréviaires|
|Location:||near Paris, Northern France (Orly or Charles de Gaulle Airport)|
|Contact Hours:||18 hrs – Lecture Series (8 hrs, online) & On-Location (10 hrs)|
|Course Language:||English (French Moderation)|
|Early Booking Deadline:||Sunday 15th August 2021|
|Registration Deadline:||Thursday 23rd September 2021|
* VAT (= MWST/MOMS/SALES TAX) will only be added for certain UK vets attending courses abroad and for all attendees when attending courses in the UK.
Friday 3:00 – 7:30pm: Case-Discussions, Q&A and Wine & Cheese Reception
Saturday 8:30am – 5:30pm: Practical Sessions
Attendees are expected to have worked through this Lecture Series before coming to the on-location portion of the course. Contact us if you have previously purchased this webinar series.
|We have firm plans to hold all advertised courses and events scheduled between August and December as announced on our website, provided that restrictions will have been lifted by then. We would like to reassure you that if you register for one of our upcoming courses, you will or can opt to receive a full refund if the course/event should have to be postponed or cancelled due to restrictions associated with Covid-19. We will of course continue to closely monitor developments and government advice, as well as adhering to routine social distancing and anti-viral procedures on the courses. As usual, we urge you to not make any non-refundable travel or accommodation arrangements until VetPD has confirmed in writing that the course/event will indeed take place and to have suitable travel insurance in place, should the situation / government advice suddenly change.|
Oral extraction techniques have been shown to cause much fewer post-interventional complications in horses compared to surgical extraction techniques. Performing oral dental extractions should however not be taken lightly as complications like dental fractures, retained root tips, collateral damage etc. can easily occur and require in-depth anatomical knowledge, good technical skills and clinical versatility to resolve. This highly practical boutique course (max. 24 attendees) is aimed at practitioners with a good working knowledge in equine dentistry who want to learn about various oral dental extraction techniques, how to apply them clinically and managing arising complications.
To participate in the On-Location Portion, attendees are required to have worked through the corresponding online Lecture Series ‘Equine Oral Dental Extraction Techniques':
The panel of internationally renowned specialists will be sharing technical tips and tricks and pearls of wisdom that they have accumulated over the many years of working in equine dental practice.
|On demand||Scott Marx||Review of Equine Dental Anatomy||40 min|
|Scott Marx||Extraction Planning based on Clinical & Imaging Findings||30 min|
|Scott Marx||Sedative Protocols & Local Anaesthetic Techniques||50 min|
|On demand||Rob Pascoe||Oral Endoscopy & Examination – Techniques & Equipment||50 min|
|Rob Pascoe||Diagnostic Imaging – Radiographic Techniques||40 min|
|On demand||Rob Pascoe||Diagnostic Imaging – Advanced Modalities||30 min|
|Rob Pascoe||Indications & Treatment Planning for Cheek Tooth Extractions||40 min|
|On demand||Hubert Simhofer||Indications & Treatment Planning for Incisor/Canine Extractions||30 min|
|Hubert Simhofer||Incisor, Canine & Wolf Tooth Extraction Techniques||30 min|
|Hubert Simhofer||Cheek Tooth Oral Extraction Techniques||50 min|
|On demand||Cleet Griffin||Surgical Cheek Tooth Extraction Techniques – An Overview||40 min|
|Cleet Griffin||Extraction Complications & Management||30 min|
Day 1 starts at 15:00h with 3 hours of interactive Case-Discussions, Q&A which will give attendees the unique opportunity to apply what they have learned during Lecture Series in discussion with the world-renowned specialists. This will then be followed by the obligatory Wine & Cheese Reception allowing for attendees to socialise with colleagues and the speakers/instructors.
On the second day, 7 hours of practical sessions will provide an intimate environment for attendees to develop their practical skills on equine specimens in true small groups (2-3 vets per specimen; attendee-to-instructor ratio of 5-8/1) at the following stations:
The course fee includes, coffee/tea breaks, a wine & cheese reception, lunch and a certificate of attendance. To participate in the On-Location Case-Discussions & Practical Sessions, attendees are required to have first worked through the Lecture Series (included in the price). Early course registration is recommended as there are only a limited number of places available due to the highly practical nature of this course.
RCVS Specialist in Veterinary Dentistry (Equine), American Veterinary Specialist in Dentistry (Equine)
Rob qualified from the University of Bristol in 1999 and started in mixed practice in North Devon immediately afterwards. During the next two years he became very interested in equine dentistry and moved back to the University of Bristol to join their equine practice to further hone his skills. There he worked with recognised experts in equine dental disease. He also attended courses run by the British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA) and has since become a tutor on all the BEVA dentistry courses. Rob has also travelled widely to lecture on equine dentistry, with regular visits to the USA. In October 2003, he sat the British Equine Veterinary and British Veterinary Dental Associations’ exam in equine dentistry and became only the second veterinary surgeon in the UK to successfully pass and achieve BEVA/BVDA approved status. In 2004, he became an examiner for the BEVA/BVDA equine dentistry exam and was appointed as the chairman of the examination committee from 2005 to 2008. Rob joined Bell Equine Clinic in 2006, bringing both first opinion and referral dentistry services to the practice. He now runs Equine Dentistry Referrals Ltd in the UK.Full details
American & European Specialist in Veterinary Dentistry (Eq)
Diplomate of the Equine Branches of the American and European Veterinary Dental Colleges, Swiss (SVPM/ASME) and German (IGFP) Certificates in Equine Dentistry
Hubert graduated from the University of Vienna in Veterinary Medicine in 1992. Following a two year period in a private equine clinic near Vienna, he completed his doctoral thesis in 1996 and returned to the University as an assistant at the Clinic for Surgery where he specialised in Equine Dentistry and Maxillofacial Surgery. In 2013 Hubert became a specialist of the newly formed equine branches of the American and European Dental Colleges. Since 2015 Hubert is associate professor for Equine Surgery in Vienna. In 2020, Hubert set up his own clinic Tierklinik Gaaden.
Hubert has published several studies and clinical articles in peer-reviewed veterinary journals and lectures regularly at national and international courses and conferences on equine dentistry.Full details
United StatesMore Info
Dr. Scott Marx, originally from Wisconsin, graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1981, with a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering. He then served as an Army of?cer and paratrooper in the U.S., Europe, and Asia. During this time he became a sky diving jumpmaster and instructor, earned a black belt in Kung Fu, and raced motorcycles. Dr. Marx left the Army and attended the Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences and received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 1995.
Dr Marx became a partner in a mixed animal practice in Bailey, CO, mainly focusing on large animals where he developed an interest in equine dentistry. He started Advance Equine Dentistry in March 2000, and has practiced equine dentistry almost exclusively for the last 16 years. Dr. Marx also volunteers dental services to the Peter Emily International Veterinary Dental Foundation which typically entails extractions and root canal therapy on lions, tigers, bears, etc.
Dr. Marx conducts equine dentistry seminars and lectures for veterinarians and veterinary students in the U.S., Caribbean, Canada, and Australia (he is also licensed there). Dr. Marx is a consultant for a large veterinary dental instrument company, served on the American Association of Equine Practitioners Dentistry Committee, and the Equine Dentistry Regulations Committee for the Colorado Board of Veterinary Medicine. He is also a member of the American Veterinary Dental Society, American Association of Equine Practitioners, and the American Veterinary Medical Association.
Dr. Marx lives in Parker with his wife Annie and an assortment of Chesapeake Bay Retrievers.Full details
France, United Kingdom
European and German Veterinary Specialist in Dentistry (Equine), European Specialis in Veterinary Surgery
After his veterinary studies in Germany, France and Australia, Knut qualified as a veterinary surgeon at the Free University of Berlin in 2004.
He subsequently completed an internship in equine medicine and surgery at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital of the University of Liège, Belgium, after which he returned to Germany working in several private equine hospitals. He then freelanced with emphasis in equine dentistry. Knut completed a surgical residency at Lyon Veterinary Teaching Hospital, France, in 2015 and continues to be a consultant veterinary surgeon for dentistry and dental and sinus surgery at Lyon. He has recently been a locum equine surgeon in the UK and the Emirates. Knut has published articles in peer-reviewed veterinary journals and he lectures courses and conferences on equine dentistry in France and internationally.
His major interests in equine dentistry are preservative and minimal-invasive techniques, including endodontics and key-hole surgery. In addition to equine dentistry, Knut also enjoys equine orthopedics and rehabilitation and all kinds of equine surgery.Full details
American Specialist in Veterinary Dentistry (Equine)
Dr. Griffin received a DVM degree from Texas A&M University in 1990, after which he entered into general mixed practice as an associate, then worked as a solo ambulatory practitioner for several years prior to accepting his current academic appointment in 2007. Dr. Griffin is a faculty member of the Department of Large Animal Clinical Sciences at Texas A&M University where he provides clinical instruction to students and house officer as an ambulatory clinician, and performs classroom and laboratory instruction in the area of equine dentistry. Over the years Dr. Griffin has also taught numerous continuing education courses in the area of equine dentistry for veterinarians.Full details
Clinique Équine des Bréviaires
2 Route de Mantes
78610 Les Bréviaires
The Clinic is located approx. 50 min from Orly Airport and 1h 20min from Charles de Gaulle Airport.
Directions from Orly Airport:
Take Avenue de Paris to A106 in Paray-Vieille-Poste/ Continue on A106 to N7. Take the N7 exit from A106/ Get on A86 in Rungis from Avenue de Fontainebleau/D7/ Follow A86 and N12 to D134 in Plaisir. Take the D134 exit from N12/ Take Route de Paris/D912, D23, Route de Chevreuse/D13, D191 and D60 to Route de Vilpertin Les Bréviaires.
Directions from Charles de Gaulle Airport:
Get on A1 in Roissy-en-France/ Continue on A1. Take A86, A12 and N12 to D134 in Plaisir/ Take the D134 exit from N12/ Take Route de Paris/D912, D23, Route de Chevreuse/D13, D191 and D60 to Route de Vilpertin Les Bréviaires.
Orly Airport - approx. 56 km
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“Highly practical with a great theoretic base. Even though I already was quite familiar with the techniques presented, I really learned some new details and got some insights for daily use.”
Nina Lundgren, Svenska Hasttandvarden AB, Sweden - Equine Oral Dental Extraction Techniques course
“Great overview of normal anatomy and pathology, radiograph technique and extraction techniques.”
Scott Morley, United States - Equine Oral Dental Extraction Techniques course
“On the high-end of course but well worth the expense. The title was misleading, this course helped increase my knowledge and scope of veterinary dentistry. I do not believe this was "Basic Dentistry" content, it was better.”
Amanda Flessner, CA - Essentials of Equine Dentistry course