Full course description
To understand the dental pathophysiology of dogs and cats, we first have to identify and understand their normal clinically-relevant dental anatomy. In this module, we’ll learn about important terminology and the clinical applications of dental and paradental anatomy. This includes reviewing the normal anatomy of a tooth, its roots, the gingiva, and other nearby anatomical structures that may impact dental care. A brief overview of age-related changes is also covered.
This course is 100% online. All the lectures and assessments are on-demand to meet your busy schedule.
This is a self-paced course. You may start and finish the course at any time. Upon successful completion of this course, you will be granted three hours of continuing education (CE). College of Veterinary Medicine is an authorized CE provider, and our courses are equivalent to RACE approved. This course is expected to take three hours to complete.
3 hours of CE!