Stable education presentation “Segmentation as the proper technique in case of difficult oral extractions (when forceps alone are not successful)” during the 2019 AAEP annual convention. By Dr. Frank Schellenberger (Germany), expert in equine dentistry since 1999.
Horse Dental Equipment and its team of educational partners would like to thank you for visiting our booth during the AAEP Convention.
We always appreciate discussing with equine veterinarians and their staff and getting to know more about your equine dentistry practice.
This helps us better understand your needs and find innovative solutions to ease your daily work.
We are already looking forward to meeting you next year in Vegas for the 66th AAEP Annual Convention.
Posté le 20 November 2019 dans HDE News
The AAEP Convention is the world’s largest event dedicated to equine veterinary care.
The HDE team is delighted to be participating this year again, and is looking forward to seeing you in Denver on December 8-10, 2019!
Stop by our Booth #409-508 and discover our latest innovations and exclusive services.
You’ll also have the opportunity to meet our educational partners who will be pleased to answer your questions and share their experience with horse dental instruments.
Stable Education: Mark your calendar
|Monday, December 9: 12:00pm-12:15 pm
Segmentation as the proper technique in case of difficult oral extractions (when forceps alone are not successful).
15-minute presentation by Dr. Frank Schellenberger (Germany), expert in equine dentistry since 1999.
Don’t miss it!
Dr. Gieche’s lecture
HDE Educational Partner, Dr. Jon M. Gieche, will be presenting a lecture Monday Dec 9, 3:50pm-4:10pm on How to Acquire Intra-Oral Radiographs Using a 10 x 20 cm Direct Radiology Sensor Plate.
You can find the full session program here
We are looking forward to seeing you at the 2019 NEAEP Symposium on Sept 25-28 in Saragota Springs, NY!
Please come see us on the Jorgensen Laboratories booth (#13) and discover our range of services and equipment for equine dentistry.
See you next week!
CSU Advanced dentistry course is sold out!
Please do not hesitate to contact us for information on other upcoming courses.
Last week’s course Introduction to Advanced Surgical Dental Extraction Techniques at Chino Valley Equine Hospital near Los Angeles (CA) was a great success!
A special thank you to Dr. Apryle Horbal, Dr. Neil Townsend and Dr. Hubert Simhofer for sharing their experience & knowledge with all the participants.
And congratulations to our partner VetPD for their continuous flawless organization!
Contact us if you are interested to register for our coming courses.
Posté le 29 July 2019 dans HDE News
We are looking forward to seeing you next week at the 2019 TEVA Summer Symposium at the Horseshoe Bay Resort!
Please come see us: we’ll be on the MWI, Covetrus, Patterson and Midwest booths.
Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any question before then.
See you next week!
Advanced Equine Dentistry for the Private Practitioner
December 4, 5, and 6th, 2019 – Fort Collins, Colorado
The overall goal of this course is for private practitioners with a keen interest in dentistry to leave feeling more comfortable and prepared to handle more challenging malocclusions and extractions and to recognize and treat periodontal disease effectively.
Registration Fee: $2,650.00
Registration Closes: November 4, 2019
Course Enrollment: 24 attendees (12 wet lab stations)
Enrollment is limited! Register early!
CE Credits: 24
Presented by Drs. Jack Easley, Hubert Simhofer, Molly Rice, Frank Schellenberger, Jennifer Rawlinson.
- Clear understanding of maxillofacial anatomy, dental anatomy, dental regional anesthesia, basic dental radiography, equine periodontal disease, and causes & types of equine dental fracture
- Competence with basic equine extraction equipment
- Competence with equine dental radiograph acquisition
- Competence in providing CRIs for standing equine dental care (not covered in course)
** The above topics will not be reviewed during this course. It will be expected that course participants have mastered the above fundamentals of equine dental care. **
Goals for this meeting will be to provide equine veterinarians instruction and education in the following topics:
- Recognizing and treating periodontal disease
- Clinical implications of non-routine malocclusions
- Treatment non-routine malocclusions via well placed odontoplasty
- Comprehensive treatment planning with preparation for extractions via review of oral exam and radiographs
- Incisor and canine extraction techniques
- “Simple” intraoral extraction technique and fragment removal
- Minimally invasive transbuccal extraction technique
- Coronectomy, tooth sectioning, and odontoplasty to aid extraction
- Radiculectomy and modified repulsion extraction techniques