Introduction to Veterinary Dentistry & Radiology

Introduction to Veterinary Dentistry & Radiology

The Introduction to Veterinary Dentistry and Radiology class is for both technicians and doctors and covers the 12-step dental cleaning procedure, oral pathology, instrumentation used in cleaning, equipment, dental radiology, interpretation of dental radiograp… Read More

Introduction to Veterinary Oral & Periodontal Surgery

Introduction to Veterinary
Oral & Periodontal Surgery

The Introduction to Veterinary Oral and Periodontal Surgery class is for doctors only and is limited to 8 veterinarians with two instructors and one assistant. This class is approved for 8 hours of continuing education credits. This class is for veterinarians Read More

Advanced Surgical Extractions & Periodontal Surgery in Dogs

Advanced Surgical Extractions & Periodontal Surgery in Dogs

Past course participants frequently ask us for more advanced training. Recognizing oral pathology and knowing what surgical intervention to apply is one of the most challenging aspects of veterinary dentistry for general practitioners. The Advanced Surgical ExRead More

Introduction for Feline Dentistry and Oral Surgery

Introduction for Feline Dentistry and Oral Surgery

Feline dentistry can be frustrating for some veterinarians. The goal of this course is to help veterinarians get more comfortable with cat dentistry and is for veterinarians only. The course curriculum will focus on anatomy, oral pathology, regional anesthesia… Read More

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Dr Vall - Instructor Offering Veterinary Dental CE 2020

Meet your Instructors

Patrick Vall, DVM, DAVDC

Patrick Vall, DVM, DAVDC is a born and raised Buckeye and graduate of The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine. He spent the first 17 years of his career in general practice and emergency medicine. In 2015 he followed his passion and became board certified by the American Veterinary Dental College. He became the owner of Animal Dental Care and Oral Surgery in 2017. Dr. Vall is a past president of the Colorado Springs Area Veterinary Society and the 2020 President of Chapter 7 of the Colorado Veterinary Medical Association.

Dr. Vall stays busy with his wife raising 4 children, one dog and one cat. He loves Colorado and enjoys hiking, climbing and snowboarding with his family and friends. He has summited over 40 of Colorado’s 14,000 ft peaks, Mt. Rainier in Washington and Carrauntoohil, the highest mountain in Ireland. He is an avid sports fan and follower of his Ohio State Buckeyes and Cleveland professional teams.

MJ Redman DVM, DAVDC

MJ Redman DVM, DAVDC

MJ Redman DVM, DAVDC is a Connecticut native and graduate of Brown University and Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Before pursuing specialty dentistry she worked in general practice in Arizona and Washington. She completed her American Veterinary Dental College residency program at Animal Dental Center of Baltimore and became board certified in 2015… read more
John Huff, DVM, FAVD, DAVDC

John Huff, DVM, FAVD, DAVDC

John Huff, DVM, FAVD, DAVDC is a Colorado native and graduate of Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Huff’s professional achievements include traveling to England to help eradicate foot and mouth disease.He has special training in soft tissue and orthopedic surgery and is a Fellow of the Academy of Veterinary Dentistry and a Diplomate of the American Veterinary Dental College… read more
Melissa Guillory, DVM

Melissa Guillory, DVM

Melissa Guillory, DVM is originally from Louisiana and is a graduate of the Atlantic Veterinary College in Prince Edward Island, Canada. She was in general and feline-specific practice for in Alaska, Montana and Colorado for several years prior to deciding to focus solely on dentistry. She has embarked on a rigorous 3-year dental residency program with the goal of being board certified by the American Veterinary Dental College… read more
Davin Ringen, DVM

Davin Ringen, DVM

Davin Ringen is a graduate of Kansas State University, College of Veterinary Medicine (2007). He spent the first 4 years of his career working in equine and food animal practice, completing a 3-year residency in Large Animal Internal Medicine (Food Animal) at the University of Missouri, College of Veterinary Medicine In 2012, shortly after moving to Denver, Colorado he switched the path of his career… read more

Veterinary Dental CE 2020

Veterinary Dental Training Center

Animal Dental Care & Oral Surgery is pleased to offer dental training classes for veterinarians and veterinary technicians. Dr. Vall is board certified in veterinary dentistry, and has trained over a thousand doctors and technicians in practical veterinary dental techniques. High instructor to student ratios and excellent equipment ensure a quality training experience for all participants.

  • In just two days in the Introduction to Veterinary Dentistry and Radiology and Introduction to Veterinary Oral and Periodontal Surgery classes, you and your staff can learn all of the techniques needed to deliver 90% of all the dental problems encountered in small animal practice.
  • Eight veterinary dental CE credits are available for the Introduction to Veterinary Dentistry and Radiology and Introduction to Veterinary Oral and Periodontal Surgery classes.
  • The Advanced Surgical Extractions and Periodontal Surgery in Dogs course is designed for veterinarians seeking more advanced training. This course focuses on recognizing oral pathology and knowing what surgical intervention to apply is one of the most challenging aspects of veterinary dentistry for general practitioners.
  • The goal of the Introduction for Feline Dentistry and Oral Surgery course is to help veterinarians get more comfortable with cat dentistry and is for veterinarians only. The course curriculum focuses on anatomy, oral pathology, regional anesthesia, a step-by-step approach to extractions and extraction complications.
  • Classes are a combination of lecture and wet lab, and include detailed handouts, breakfast, lunch, lab materials, individual specimens, and complimentary instrument sets.
  • Unlike most wet labs held at national meetings, you do not waste a lot of time waiting for materials or instruction. Every participant has their own set of instrumentation and specimen.

Testimonials

“I’m a veterinarian who had little previous dental experience. I took one of my technician interested in dentistry out with me a few years ago for training and it absolutely changed how we practice everything related to oral health and surgery. The instruction was fantastic, from the boarded dentists to the very experienced technicians. It has changed the way we practice and has been a significant benefit not only to our clinic but especially for our patients!”

Dr. Jon Gose

“Just wanted to say how great the FelineDentistry CE was! It was amazing, important and pertinent to go over the behavior and handling part for cats. That was such forward thinking! I love the client manual, so thank you for that too! Not only was the information great, but it was very refreshingly well-rounded CE. Thanks so much again. We are all lucky to have taken this course!”

Jen K., DVM