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A tutorial on the use of e-VDS and its great features.

Accurately asessing and adressing dental pathology can become challenging when decision fatigue, inadequate staff support, and time constraints set in.  Consider how a paridigm shift like staged procedures can address the struggles and surprises that come along with dental disease and unexpectedly prolonged procedures.   Learn how more clinics are pairing this approach with intraoral radiography to improve client communication, patient safety conserns, and practice logsitical challenges in their daily vetereinary dental practice.

What you'll learn:

Review existing challenges in common veterinary dentistry workflows, especially when unexpected pathology is uncovered or prolonged procedures occur.

Discuss the potential benefits and implementation of staged dental procedures, a paradigm shift to consider for delivery of select dentistry services to improve patient care and hospital efficiency.

How to improve client communication a d review examination and full mouth intraoral radiographic findings to educate and create buy-in around a comprehensive treatment plan.

Understand the benefits of improving dentistry treatment plan efficiency for your patients, team members, and practice performance.

Anthony Caiafa BVSc BDSc MANZCVS Adjunct Associate Professor, School of Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences James Cook University, Townsville, Queensland, Australia 4811

Atraumatic Tooth Extractions

A demonstration on how to use CR 7 Vet Dental X-ray Scanner and Port-X handheld generator.

Canine and Feline Advanced X-ray techniques

Anthony Caiafa BVSc BDSc MANZCVS Adjunct Associate Professor, School of Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences James Cook University, Townsville, Queensland, Australia 4811

A step by step guide to using the iM3 X-Ray Positioning Kit to achieve a full mouth overview in as little as 6 shots. (Requires Size 5 image plates)

An introduction to the Vet Tome Bonnie Shope, VMD, Diplomate American Veterinary Dental College Recorded at New York Vet Show 2019

iM3 Vet Tome 2

April 2020 by iM3 admin

The atraumatic extraction system that greatly reduces time and saves bone! Minimally invasive tooth extraction of Complicated crown fracture (CCF) ooth 104 in Alaskan...

iM3 Vet Tome

April 2020 by iM3 admin

Get to know how to use the new Vet Tome from iM3, the atraumatic extraction system for Veterinary Dentistry.

A presentation on the need for the iM3 Straw, how the it works and how to install on your iM3 dental cart.

Step by Step video guide on how to securely tie iM3 Anesthesia Tube Ties

Anthony Caiafa BVSc BDSc MANZCVS Adjunct Associate Professor, School of Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences James Cook University, Townsville, Queensland, Australia 4811

Anthony Caiafa BVSc BDSc MANZCVS Adjunct Associate Professor, School of Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences James Cook University, Townsville, Queensland, Australia 4811

Anthony Caiafa BVSc BDSc MANZCVS Adjunct Associate Professor, School of Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences James Cook University, Townsville, Queensland, Australia 4811

A tutorial on the use of e-VDS and its great features.

Accurately asessing and adressing dental pathology can become challenging when decision fatigue, inadequate staff support, and time constraints set in.  Consider how a paridigm shift like staged procedures can address the struggles and surprises that come along with dental disease and unexpectedly prolonged procedures.   Learn how more clinics are pairing this approach with intraoral radiography to improve client communication, patient safety conserns, and practice logsitical challenges in their daily vetereinary dental practice.

What you'll learn:

Review existing challenges in common veterinary dentistry workflows, especially when unexpected pathology is uncovered or prolonged procedures occur.

Discuss the potential benefits and implementation of staged dental procedures, a paradigm shift to consider for delivery of select dentistry services to improve patient care and hospital efficiency.

How to improve client communication a d review examination and full mouth intraoral radiographic findings to educate and create buy-in around a comprehensive treatment plan.

Understand the benefits of improving dentistry treatment plan efficiency for your patients, team members, and practice performance.

Vet Dentistry for Vet Nurses - 3 - Scaling by Sarah Cowan RVN

Vet Dentistry for Vet Nurses - 4 - Recommend Radiography Equipment by Sarah Cowan RVN

A demonstration on how to use CR 7 Vet Dental X-ray Scanner and Port-X handheld generator.

Canine and Feline Advanced X-ray techniques

Veterinary Dentistry for the Veterinary Nurse - 2 - Charting, What is a COHAT? Dental formula, digital dental charting system/probing by Sarah Cowan RVN

Veterinary Dentistry for the Veterinary Nurse - 1 - Anatomy; oral anatomy, terminology and how to perform an oral clinical exam by Sarah Cowan RVN

A step by step guide to using the iM3 X-Ray Positioning Kit to achieve a full mouth overview in as little as 6 shots. (Requires Size 5 image plates)

A presentation on the need for the iM3 Straw, how the it works and how to install on your iM3 dental cart.

Step by Step video guide on how to securely tie iM3 Anesthesia Tube Ties

A tutorial on the use of e-VDS and its great features.

Accurately asessing and adressing dental pathology can become challenging when decision fatigue, inadequate staff support, and time constraints set in.  Consider how a paridigm shift like staged procedures can address the struggles and surprises that come along with dental disease and unexpectedly prolonged procedures.   Learn how more clinics are pairing this approach with intraoral radiography to improve client communication, patient safety conserns, and practice logsitical challenges in their daily vetereinary dental practice.

What you'll learn:

Review existing challenges in common veterinary dentistry workflows, especially when unexpected pathology is uncovered or prolonged procedures occur.

Discuss the potential benefits and implementation of staged dental procedures, a paradigm shift to consider for delivery of select dentistry services to improve patient care and hospital efficiency.

How to improve client communication a d review examination and full mouth intraoral radiographic findings to educate and create buy-in around a comprehensive treatment plan.

Understand the benefits of improving dentistry treatment plan efficiency for your patients, team members, and practice performance.

“Selling” Dentistry without Fear or Guilt (Part 2) It’s all well and good when your client gives your dental recommendations the tick of approval. But what about when they say ‘no’? In this final module we will highlight the typical objections raised by pet owners and how to successfully address them. We will also share a handful of ‘killer’ scripts that will change your clients perception every time!

“Selling” Dentistry without Fear or Guilt (Part 1) Ask any vet whether they entered the profession because they wanted a career in sales and you hear a resounding ‘NO’. Ironically, it doesn’t take too long to realise that as a clinician you sell…..all day, every day! In this webinar we will share the hints, tips and tricks that have been proven over many years to get clients to a ‘yes’ with your dental recommendations

Mindset…Valuing Your Dental Work Well. Research suggests that veterinarians as a community struggle with a sense of self-worth and are notoriously bad at valuing their expertise, services and themselves! We will present three fundamental adjustments to one’s mindset in this webinar that will profoundly change results with ALL conversations pertaining to dentistry.

Week 2: Dental Economics…It’s a no-brainer! Dentistry represents one of the biggest opportunities for most small animal practices both in terms of patient outcomes AND financial performance. In this presentation we will uncover the typically missed opportunities and the financial potential they bring.

Small Animal Dentistry…Getting your team Onboard! Driving cultural change within your veterinary practice can be a challenging & frustrating exercise. People often resist change and while they say one thing, they often do another. In this webinar we will explore how to get all of your team ‘singing from the same song sheet’ when it comes to dentistry and successfully execute lasting change.

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