BEVA has announced details of the dentistry day it is holding at congress this year.

Equine dentist
BEVA’s dentistry day is open to equine dental technicians and all BEVA congress delegates. IMAGE: chelle129 / Fotolia.

Taking place on September 16 at the Arena and Convention Centre in Liverpool, the event – open to equine dental technicians (EDTs) as well as congress delegates – will see experts in equine dentistry discuss a wide range of subjects, including:

  • Travis Henry on “dental anatomy made simple”
  • Jessica Hughes on “what should be in your dental bucket” and “how vets and EDTs can work together”
  • BEVA president Vicki Nicholls on “dental legislation: where we are”
  • Neil Townsend on “how to perform a detailed oral examination”

Dental discussions

There will also be talks on dental prophylaxis, how to remove wolf teeth, incisor and canine disorders, and making the most of dental radiographs.

The day costs £236 for members of the British Association of Equine Dental Technicians and £325 for non-members. For delegates attending congress, the cost is covered.

For more information and to book, visit the BEVA website.

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