Updated: 6 days ago
Webinar: Earn 2 Hour of *CE Credits Pending Approval from AAVSB
High Definition Volumetric 3D Imaging (HDVI) provides unprecedented diagnostic information and interventional applications for clinicians. In this webinar, we will discuss how HDVI technology can help to:
✓ identify that senior pets are not too old for dental procedures (age isn't a disease)
✓ review of senior oral-dental issues such as chronic alveolitis, refractory stomatitis, tooth resorption, pathologic fractures, and oral masses
✓ review senior patient anesthesia co morbidity concerns and monitoring with provided resources
CE Credit: This webinar is pending approval for 2 credit hours (veterinarians and technicians) by AAVSB RACE.
This webinar is for DVMs and Technicians. Registration is Now Closed. Missed the webinar? No worries, we will be offering a CE approved On-Demand version of this webinar in a few weeks. Be on the look out for an invitation from Epica Animal Health.
Date: 4/30/2021 Time: 10:30 A.M. Pacific Time (12:30 P.M. CST)
Presented by: Dr. Jennifer Mathis DVM CVPP
Speaker: Jennifer Mathis, DVM CVPP
Dr. Jen is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), Iowa Veterinary Medical Association (IVMA), the International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management, and the Foundation for Veterinary Dentistry (FVD).
Dr. Jen is an Oral Surgery & Veterinary Dentistry Resident under Dr. Heidi Lobprise. Her training program has only the practical exam for completion which was delayed by the pandemic. While waiting to get into the program she became a certified veterinary pain practitioner through the International Academy of Pain Management (IVAPM). Dr. Jen teaches the fact that oral pain is the #1 hidden source of veterinary patients' pain and she believes that Multimodal anesthesia and analgesia need to be part of every dentistry case. During her pain management training, she became a medical acupuncturist and has helped teach the scientific basis of acupuncture.
Dr. Jen’s favorite aspects of veterinary care are veterinary dentistry (viewed as the arts and crafts of veterinary medicine) and pain management.
Webinar Information: Will be provided via email upon registration.