Dental disease is common in pet rabbits; learn to confidently approach, diagnose and treat these cases.
Rabbits have always been common pets, but there has been a shift in the way they are nurtured and valued by their owners. Once perhaps considered “replaceable”, these little companions are now loved family members – and the expectation is that most of their medical and surgical needs can be met in general practice.
Dental disease is one of the most common conditions seen in rabbits. This workshop is intended to equip clinicians with the knowledge and skills to confidently approach, diagnose and treat these cases. Presentations will discuss important aspects of rabbit dentistry including anatomy, radiography, instrumentation, dealing with complications and post operative care.
The practical sessions will provide the opportunity to practice radiography and common dental procedures under the guidance of your two expert tutors, ABVP diplomates Dr David Vella and Dr Joanne Sheen. Don’t miss this opportunity to expand your expertise and improve your capacity to care for your rabbit patients.
By successfully completing this course, you will:
- Expand your understanding of rabbit dental anatomy and physiology
- Develop an understanding of the aetiopathogenesis and signs of dental disease in rabbits
- Learn the principles of dental assessment in rabbits incl. physical exam and radiography
- Develop an approach to understanding and managing common rabbit dental disease presentations in rabbits
- Develop and refine surgical approaches to dental disease
What is a workshop?
Highly practical - develop the confidence to implement your new skills on your return to work
Practical workshops are an ideal way to build confidence and competence in your skills, as you put theory into practice.
Ideally balanced combination of theoretical and hands-on education, our workshops allow participants to obtain the most benefit possible through practical application of the skills being taught. Small group teaching with a high tutor to participant ratio will ensure that you benefit from individual attention from your highly regarded and experienced tutor/s. Nothing beats on-the-spot feedback as you learn a new procedure.
Who should enrol?
This course is suitable for qualified veterinarians.
iM3 and CVE will provide gowns, gloves, and all other consumables required for this workshop.
iM3 Training Centre
21 Chaplin Drive
Lane Cove NSW 2066
The Centre for Veterinary Education and iM3 Veterinary Dental Company are taking all reasonable precautions to manage the spread of COVID-19, in line with national and state requirements.
As a guest of the iM3 Training Centre, you are asked to observe the following hygiene and physical distancing practices:
- Stay home if you feel unwell.
- Keep a distance of 1.5 metres between you and other people wherever possible.
- Avoid physical contact such as shaking hands.
- Wash your hands (or use hand sanitiser) regularly.
- Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when coughing and sneezing or use your elbow, not your hands.
- Wear a mask when instructed to by your host.
- If you feel unwell whilst at the venue you must immediately isolate from others and notify your host. You may be asked to leave the venue to seek medical advice.
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