Veterinary Dentistry (VSAC 458.1)

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Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
VSAC 458 02 September 2018 Candace Lowe
VSAC 458 02 September 2017 Candace Lowe
VSAC 458 02 September 2016 Candace Lowe


A comprehensive course covering applied dental (oral cavity) anatomy, embryology, clinical signs, diagnostic features, treatment planning, principles, prognosis, and post-operative management (both short and long term) of oral diseases. The emphasis is on establishing and identifying the key criteria necessary for diagnosis, appropriate treatment planning and home care to ensure long-term success. The laboratory sessions will allow the students to learn principles, imaging techniques and interpretation, and the necessary technical skills required for the management and diagnosis of entry level surgical cases.


Successful completion of Year 1 of the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine program.


Students with credit for VSAC 358.1 will not receive credit for this course.

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