Dental radiography is an invaluable tool to transform dentistry form a poking around in the dark to well planned procedures that are both kind to patients and extremely rewarding for the surgeons performing these procedures.
The positioning of sensors or film and the angles to project x-rays at teeth to obtain consistently diagnostic quality radiographs can appear daunting. It really is not and with a bit of guidance, both nurses and vets should master the techniques quickly.
Join us on the 27th February at Byre Veterinary Referrals for the first of a series of lectures on how to obtain and interpret intraoral radiographs.
If you would like to attend this CPD please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org