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CITY AND HOTEL INFORMATION
28th Annual
Veterinary Dental
Forum
November 13 - 16, 2014
Atlanta Marriott Marquis
265 Peachtree Center Ave NE
Atlanta, GA
We welcome you to Atlanta!
In this brave and beautiful city, enjoy world-class attractions, heart-racing sports, stunning theatre
performances and more. With so much to offer, Atlanta will entertain with endless adventures and
activities. From trendy Buckhead through artsy Midtown to the convention and entertainment district
Downtown, simply step off Peachtree Street’s sidewalks to visit the must-sees.
Atlanta Marriott Marquis
Experience the bustling energy and
stylish vibe at Atlanta Marriott Marquis,
a destination downtown Atlanta hotel
conveniently located in Peachtree Center,
with indoor MARTA access HartsfieldJackson Atlanta International Airport just 15
miles away. This contemporary Atlanta, GA
hotel is steps from the Georgia Aquarium,
World of Coca-Cola, and few blocks from
CNN Center, Georgia World Congress
Center, Philips Arena, and Georgia Dome.
The breathtaking atrium is marked by
the 50-foot color changing sail of Pulse,
a classically cool cocktail lounge and the
iconic symbol of this downtown Atlanta hotel. Unique dining
options include Sear, High Velocity, and Starbucks at the
unrivaled Marriott Marquis Hotel in downtown Atlanta.
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ATTENDEE PROSPECTUS
GENERAL PROGRAM
Program subject to change (for current schedule, refer to VDF website; www.VeterinaryDentalForum.com)
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Fundamental Series for a Strong Foundation —
Comprehensive lectures comprised of underlying
concepts and information crucial to understanding
veterinary dentistry.
Intermediate Level Presentations — Cutting
edge lectures on specific topics to build on your
dental knowledge.
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Advanced Sessions — Advanced lectures
and discussions to stimulate and challenge the
established veterinary dentist.
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Brief Clinical Reports — Short presentations of
clinical cases, such as unusual cases, new uses
for materials or instruments, new materials, and
new techniques relevant to veterinary dentistry,
oral surgery, and oral medicine.
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Equine Dental Series
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Exhibits
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Exotics Dentistry
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Marketing and Management
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Original Clinical Research — Lectures on the
latest developing veterinary dental research and
study information.
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Poster Session — Recently completed papers will
be displayed in the meeting area.
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Review and Assessment Program —
Examination review with lecture.
•
Specialist-in-Training Module — Lecture and lab
designed to help residents and trackers attain their
specialty hours.
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Technician Series
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What Went Wrong — What can be learned from
cases that did not have the best outcome.
FRIDAY EVENING DINNER AND AUCTION EVENT
Friday Evening Dinner/Auction Event to Honor Dr. Peter Emily, Founder and Co-Chair
of the Peter Emily International Veterinary Dental Foundation - Join your colleagues
on Friday, November 14th from 6:00pm-10:00pm for a formal dinner and auction event
to honor Dr. Peter Emily and to benefit the Peter Emily International Veterinary Dental
Foundation (PEIVDF) and the Foundation for Veterinary Dentistry (F4VD) at 200 Peachtree
Events Center.
Dr. Emily has made it his life’s work to promote the oral and dental health of domestic and
captive animals around the world through his charity, PEIVDF. The PEIVDF’s mission is
to provide life improving advanced veterinary dental care and treatment to exotic animals
located in captive animal facilities and animal sanctuaries in the US (and in the future,
overseas) that are under funded and/or understaffed from a veterinary perspective (www.peteremilyfounation.org). The
Foundation for Veterinary Dentistry is also a beneficiary of this event. Learn more about the F4VD’s mission on their
website, www.f4vd.com.
Tickets are $50 each for registered adult attendees, $20 each for children 10 and under, exhibitor tickets are $80
each and are available for purchase through the VDF attendee and exhibitor registration forms. 200 Peachtree Events
Center is a short walk (1.5 blocks) from the host hotel. The event will open with a reception featuring passed hors
d’oeuvres, two drink tickets per guest and entertainment by Luna Stings, an Atlanta string
trio. Guests are encouraged to view and start bidding on the silent auction items during the
reception. A plated dinner will be served at 7:00pm. Presentations honoring Dr. Emily will
occur during dinner followed by a short live auction. Bidding on the silent auction items will
wrap up after dinner while guests enjoy a dessert buffet. Auction item winners should be
prepared to complete their purchases on site via credit card, check or cash.
Seating is limited so be sure to purchase your tickets when you register. They may not be
available on-site.
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SPECIAL MEETINGS & EVENTS
Program subject to change (for current schedule, refer to VDF website; www.VeterinaryDentalForum.com)
IMPORTANT DATES
May 12, 2014
Registration opens
September 15, 2014
Early-bird rate ends
September 26, 2014
Online registrations only accepted
October 10, 2014
All pre-registration closes.
Walk-up registration will be
available on-site. Walk up registration
rates will increase by 20%.
October 15, 2014
Deadline for cancellation refunds
(see cancellation policy)
*The following schedule is subject to change.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2014
6:00pm - 10:00pm
Review & Assessment
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2014
7:30am - 10:30am
Advanced Lecture “On the Cusp”
The “New” Periodontal Disease: “Inflammatory and Risky”
This lecture will be designed to appeal to AVDC Diplomates
and Registered Trainees, and Academy Fellows and Trackers.
The focus of the presentation will be periodontitis. Periodontitis
has entered into a new frontier as not only a major chronic
infection but a disease of inflammation. Recent studies
demonstrate the parallel nature of periodontitis with a similar
inflammatory cascade of chronic inflammatory diseases as
diabetes and rheumatoid arthritis. Likewise, periodontal therapy
protocols have moved from a “treatment” orientation to one
of “management” and therefore emphasis to host modulation
including nutraceuticals and antioxidants over singular
antimicrobial strategies. We consider not only the biofilm as
an etiology but genetics and the epigenetic involvement of risk
factors to determine the prognosis of retaining the dentition.
Several examples will be provided on managing periodontal
inflammation as a systemic and local immune response.
The guest lecturer is Samuel B. Low,
D.D.S., M.S., M.Ed., Professor Emeritus,
University of Florida, College of Dentistry;
Associate faculty member of the Pankey
Institute with 30 years of private practice
experience in periodontics, lasers and
implant placement. He is also a Diplomate of
the American Board of Periodontology and
Past President of the American Academy of
Periodontology. Dr. Low provides dentists
and dental hygienists with the tools for
successfully managing the periodontal patient in general and
periodontal practices and is affiliated with the Florida Probe
Corporation. He was selected “Dentist of the Year” by the Florida
Dental Association, Distinguished Alumnus by the University
of Texas Dental School, and the Gordon Christensen Lecturer
Recognition Award. He is a Past President of the Florida Dental
Association and past ADA Trustee.
This lecture is a ticketed event, additional registration fee
required. 2 hours CE (breakfast included)
10:30am
12:00pm
2:00pm
2:00pm
4:30pm
4:30pm
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12:00pm
2:00pm
4:30pm
4:30pm
6:00pm
6:30pm
5:00pm - 6:00pm
6:00pm - 8:00pm
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Awards Ceremony
AVD General Meeting
AVDT Member Only Meeting
AVDC Annual Business Meeting
AVDS General Meeting
Annual Meeting for the AVDC Equine
Specialty
AVDT Pinning Ceremony
Welcome Reception and Exhibit Hall
Grand Opening
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2014
6:30am
Fun Run/Walk
The 2014 Veterinary Dental Forum Fun Run/Walk will be on
Friday, November 14th at 6:30am. The final course is still being
determined, but in past years it has typically been 2-3 miles. The
Fun Run/Walk is not a race, it is based on individual predicted
times. Awards will be given to the people who are the closest to
their predicted time (not necessarily the fastest!). This event is a
great way to showcase and celebrate your personal fitness goals
and achievements. Not only is this benefiting your health, but the
proceeds also benefit Veterinary Dental Education. Those who
pre-register will receive a 2014 Veterinary Dental Forum Fun
Run/Walk T-shirt! The fee to participate is only $30 ($35 after
Sept. 15th) so don’t forget to sign up when you register for the
conference.
8:00am - 5:00pm
Laboratories
8:00am - 5:20pm
Breakout Sessions
9:00am - 6:00pm
Exhibit Hall open
12:00pm - 1:00pm
World Veterinary Dental Congress
Delegates Meeting
12:10pm - 1:10pm
Lunch on your own (Box lunches are
available for pre-purchase on registration
form.)
12:10pm - 1:10pm
12:10pm - 2:10pm
3:00pm - 3:30pm
6:00pm - 10:00pm
AVDC Exam Q&A Meeting
Veterinary Dental Educators
Meeting
Poster presenters Q&A Session
Dinner/Auction Event to Honor Dr. Peter
Emily, Founder and Co-Chair of the Peter
Emily International Veterinary Dental
Foundation (PEIVDF) (This is a ticketed
event. Additional registration fee required,
event description provided on page 3.)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2014
7:15am - 8:00am
Advanced Standing, Credentialing,
Training and Certifying Examination
Information for the Equine Dental
Specialty Meeting
8:00am - 5:00pm
Laboratories
8:00am - 5:20pm
Breakout Sessions
9:00am - 6:00pm
Exhibit Hall open
9:50am - 10:20am
Poster presenters Q&A Session
12:10pm - 1:10pm
Lunch on your own (Box lunches are
available for pre-purchase on registration
form.)
12:10pm - 1:10pm
12:10pm - 1:10pm
12:10pm - 1:10pm
5:30pm - 6:30pm
Informational Meeting for
Veterinarians Considering Pursuing
Certification by ADVC and/or the
Academy of Veterinary Dentistry
Foundation For Veterinary Dentistry
AVDC Open Meeting of the TSC
and AVDC Trainees
AVDT General Interest Meeting
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2014
6:30am - 8:00am
AVDT Mentees Meeting
7:00am - 8:00am
AVD Trackers Information Meeting
8:00am - 12:00pm
Laboratories
12:10pm - 1:10pm
Lunch on your own (Box lunches are
available for pre-purchase on registration
form.)
8:00am - 5:20pm
9:00am - 2:00pm
Breakout Sessions
Exhibit Hall open
ATTENDEE PROSPECTUS
2014 VDF PROGRAM GRID - FRIDAY LECTURES
Program subject to change (for current schedule, refer to VDF website; www.VeterinaryDentalForum.com)
TIME
8:00-8:50am
9:00-9:50am
FUNDAMENTALS
INTERMEDIATE
It All Starts (and Ends) in the Periodontal Flap Surgery and
Exam Room
Guided Tissue Regeneration
(J Bellows)
(B Niemiec)
Advanced Periodontal
Therapy
(D Beebe)
New Modalities of Diagnosis
Prerequsite for Friday
for Periodontal Diseases
Periodontal Treatment II
(Y Dumais)
Lab - Advanced Periodontal
Therapy
9:50-10:20am
ADVANCED
MARKETING/
MANAGEMENT
EXOTICS
TECHNICIAN
Transmylohyoid Orotracheal
Intubation: An Alternative to
Pharyngotomy Intubation
(J Soukup)
Double Your Dentistrytm - A
Study of 5 Practices and
Their Keys to Success
(C Charlier & A Schultz, Jr.)
Exotic Animal Dentistry
(P Emily)
Prerequisite for Saturday
Wildlife Dentistry Lab
Dental Anatomy and
Terminology
(P March)
iPad and Digital Content in
Practice
(T Fatora)
9:00-9:20 Training for Dental
Health in the Aquatic World
(A McDermott)
_____________
9:20-9:40 Severe Dental
Infection in a Sun Bear
(L Braswell)
_____________
9:40-9:50 PEIVDF: Dental
Cases 10
(C Sitzman)
The Periodontal
Challenge: Cats vs.
Dogs
(P March)
Diagnosis and Treatment
of Challenging Maxillofacial
Pathlogic Conditions in Dogs
and Cats
(S Manfra Marretta)
Break with Exhibitors
Introduction to Standard Root
10:20-11:10am
11:20am-12:10pm
It’s not “Just a Dental;”
Providing Quality Oral Health
Care Starting with the Oral
Exam
(D Hansen)
Surgical Management of
Gingival Hyperplasia
(F Hale)
12:10-1:10pm
1:10-2:00pm
2:10-3:00pm
Canal Therapy
(M Peak)
Prerequsite for Saturday
Endodontics II
Canal Cleaning, Shaping
and Obturation
10:20-10:30 Dental Findings in
Discussion of Controversial
Topics
(G DuPont)
Discussion of Controversial
Topics - continued
(G DuPont)
Vital Pulp Therapy
(J Moore)
Clients Gone Wild! - What
Would You Do?
(P Camilo)
Optimizing Your
Social Media Plan
(J Salazar)
Ancient Wolf Jaws
(L Braswell)
Oral Pathology for the
_____________
Dental Technician
10:30-11:10 Dentistry on a Polar
(B Niemiec)
Bear
(C O’Morrow)
11:20-11:50 Dental and
Periodontal Disease in Captive
Black Rhinoceros - Diceros
Bicornis
(M Lowder)
_____________
11:50-12:10 PEIVDF:
Dental Cases
(C Sitzman)
Dental Radiology
Simplified
(B Niemiec)
Lunch (pre-purchased lunches available with ticket in Exhibit Hall)
The Importance of Dental
Radiology
(B Niemiec)
Feline Radiology
(R Furman)
Furcation Exposure
(P Theuns)
Crown Therapy in Dogs: A
The Care and Keeping
Review of Impression Materials
Where Did Dog Teeth Come
On The Job Training Secrets
of a Veterinary
and Techniques, Crown
From? Where Did the Cat Teeth
For Business Success
Dental Technician
Preparations, Cementation and
Go?
(L Dunn)
(B Cherry)
Fabrication
(A Duke)
(P Southerden)
Complications Associated with
Surgical Management of Palate On the Job Training Secrets
Inappropriate Management of
Defects in Dogs and Cats
for Employee Success
Periodontal Disease
(A Reiter)
(L Dunn)
(S Manfra Marretta)
3:00-3:30pm
Endodontic Problems and
Solutions in Non-Human
Primates
(M Hart)
Dental Technician Tips
and Tools: 13 Steps
to a Complete Dental
Cleaning and Oral
Exam
(K Vearil)
Break with Exhibitors & Poster presenters Q&A Session
3:30-4:20pm
Positioning for Dental
Radiographs - It Doesn’t Get
Any Easier Than This!
(B Beckman)
Introduction to Veterinary
Prosthodontics-Crown
Therapy
(R Furman)
4:30-5:20pm
Dental Radiological
Interpretation. Review of
Normal Structures and
Common Pathologies of the
Cat and Dog
(A Perry)
Sticking to the Tooth:
Adhesives, Etchants and
Composites in Practice
(E Domnick)
The Effects of Design,
Fabrication, Cementation
and Polishing on the Physical
Properties of a Zirconia Based
Crown
(E Earley)
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The HR Top 5 Hot List for
2015
(L Dunn)
Top 5 “To Do” List for 2015
(L Dunn)
3:20-3:45 Intraoral Radiology
of Free Ranging Bottlenose
Dolphins (Tursiops Truncatus) In
The Gulf Of Mexico In 2013
Charting and the AVDC
(J Herrman)
Abbreviations
_____________
(T Smith)
3:45-4:10 Update on AVDC
Zoo/Wildlife Certification
(S Holmstrom)
Large Cat Dentistry
(S Holmstrom)
Prerequisite for Saturday
Wildlife Dentistry Lab
Dental Radiographic
Interpretation
(P Dominguez)
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2014 VDF PROGRAM GRID - SATURDAY LECTURES
Program subject to change (for current schedule, refer to VDF website; www.VeterinaryDentalForum.com)
TIME
FUNDAMENTALS
INTERMEDIATE
WHAT WENT WRONG
8:00-8:50am
Introduction to Simple and
Surgical Extractions
(B Beckman)
Caries: A Comparative
Update
(N Farcas)
9:00-9:50am
Surgical Extraction of the
Molars
(B Beckman)
Composite Restorations
(B Niemiec)
9:50-10:20am
10:20-11:10am
11:20am-12:10pm
Use of Romifidine/
Globe Penetration in a Cat Take Your Practice to the Next
Butorphanol Constant Rate
Following Maxillary Nerve
Level with Dentistry
Infusion for Standing Sedation
Block for Dental Surgery
(M Berg)
of Equine Dental Patients
(R Perry)
(A Dotzel)
Endodontic Complications:
It is Not Always Appropriate
for an Endodontist to do it
Deeper
(E Eisner)
Professional Liability
Pitfalls Related to
Veterinary Dentistry
(L Ellis)
Diagnosis and Management
of Temporomandibular Joint
Disorders
(A Reiter)
Surgical Endodontics
(B Niemiec)
Professional Liability Pitfalls
Related to Veterinary
Dentistry -continued
(L Ellis)
TECHNICIAN
A Guide to Hand
Instrumentation
(C Hoerner)
A Complete Periodontal
Cleaning
(C Hoerner)
10:20-12:10
Oral Anatomy, Charting and
Orthodontic Components of
Common Pathology
an Oral Examination in the
(P Dominguez)
Equine Patient
(E Earley)
_____________
Staging Pulpitis Using
the Dental Exam and
Radiographs
Getting Clients to Say Yes to
Creating an Oral Home Care
(J Reiswig)
Dental Estimates
Regimen
_____________
(J Martin)
(P Dominguez)
Staging Periodontal Disease
(J Geiche)
How to Get the Client Owner
to Go For It
(D Fiorito)
Lunch (pre-purchased lunches available with ticket in Exhibit Hall)
1:10-2:00pm
Interpretation of Computed
Tomography Imaging in
Dentistry and Oral Surgery
(A Reiter)
2:10-3:00pm
Management of Oral and
Maxillofacial Trauma Patients
(M Soltero-Rivera)
INTERMEDIATE
ADVANCED
MARKETING/
MANAGEMENT
EQUINE
Classification of Odontogenic
Cracked Canines: Reviewing
Cysts and Other Oral and Take the Challenge - Practice
Fractured, Discolored and
Equine Endodontic Anatomy
Maxillofacial Cystic Lesions
Management Think Tank I
“Odd” Teeth
(L Limone)
in Dogs
(P Camilo)
(D Hansen)
(C Bell and J Soukup)
How to Save a Tooth
- Apexification
(A Castejon)
3:00-3:30pm
6
Surgical Repositioning of
Cardiovascular Effects
Bilateral Rostrally Displaced
Improving Dental Compliance of Intravenous Sedatives
Maxillary Canine Teeth in
(B Niemiec)
Commonly Used in Dentistry
a Dog
(C Niederman)
(C O’Morrow)
Managing Complications
from Simple and Surgical
Extractions
(B Beckman)
FUNDAMENTALS
4:30-5:20pm
EQUINE
Break with Exhibitors & Poster presenters Q&A Session
12:10-1:10pm
3:30-4:20pm
MARKETING/
MANAGEMENT
Endodontic Complications:
Avoidance and Repair
(R Furman)
Take the Challenge - Practice
Management Think Tank II
(P Camilo)
Vital Pulpotomy
(J Geiche)
Prerequsite for Sunday
Vital Pulpotomy of Horse
Incisors and Canines
Laboratory
TECHNICIAN
How to Get Clients to Bite
(P Dominguez)
It’s More Than Just Bad
Breath! Increasing Your
Client’s Awareness
(P Dominguez)
Break with Exhibitors
Rotary Endodontics Using
Oral Masses: They Are Never Lightspeed Instrumentation,
“Just an Epulis”
EndoVac Irrigation and
(P Vall)
SimpliFill Obturation
(T McCoy)
Possible Complications
of Uncomplicated Crown
Fractures
(A Skinner)
Controversial Issues in
Dentistry and Oral Surgery
(A Reiter)
The Management Revolution: Replantation of Extracorporal
Veterinary Dental Techniques
21 Steps to Assure YOUR
Treated Cheek Teeth in the
for Technicians
Practice’s Success
Horse
(C Crocker)
(M Riegger)
(M Stoll)
Controversial Issues in
Dentistry and Oral Surgery
- continued
(A Reiter)
The Management Revolution:
21 Steps to Assure YOUR
Effect of Different Extraction Mentee Case Presentations Practice’s Success
Techniques on PDL Integrity 10 Minute Presentations from
continued
(S Galloway)
AVDT Mentees
(M Riegger)
ATTENDEE PROSPECTUS
2014 VDF PROGRAM GRID - SUNDAY LECTURES
Program subject to change (for current schedule, refer to VDF website; www.VeterinaryDentalForum.com)
TIME
8:00-8:50am
9:00-9:50am
FUNDAMENTALS
Pro-Active Veterinary Dentistry
- Part I
(F Hale)
INTERMEDIATE
BRIEF CLINICAL REPORTS
Pharyngotomy and
Pharyngostomy in Dogs
and Cats
(J Gawor)
Successful Oronasal Fistula
Pro-Active Veterinary Dentistry
Repair
- Part II
(A Skinner)
(F Hale)
9:50-10:20am
10:20-11:10am
11:20am12:10pm
ORIGINAL
CLINICAL RESEARCH
8:00-8:10 Oral Lesions in
Leishmaniasis in a
Crossbred Dog
8:00-8:25 When to Chart and
(A Castejon)
Does it Make a Difference?
___________
(R Salter)
8:10-8:30 Dental Stabilization The Management Revolution:
_____________
After Orthodontic Treatment Ride Conflict Management to
8:25-8:50 Effect of Brushing
(H Correa)
Prosperity
Frequency on Efficacy of
_____________
(M Riegger)
Tooth Brushing in Dogs
8:30-8:50 Self-mutilation of
(C Harvey)
Tongue After Regional Nerve
Block for Dental Procedure
(H Correa)
9:00-9:20 Oral Mast Cell
Tumor in a Cat
(S Hoffman)
_____________
9:20-9:50 Dental and Oral
Problems of Hedgehog Erinaceus spp
(J Gawor)
Apically Positioned Flaps
The Management Revolution:
for Crown-Lengthening
Ride Conflict Management to
Procedures and Subgingival
Prosperity
Restorations in Dogs,
continued
1998-2014
(M Riegger)
(A Reiter)
TECHNICIAN
Tooth Resorption in Dogs
and Cats
(P March)
Products and Treatment for
Periodontal Health in Dogs
and Cats
(P March)
Break with Exhibitors
The Pulp-Dentin Complex
(F Hale)
10:20-10:40 Definitive
Diagnosis of Four Oral
10:20-10:45 Canine and
Medicine Cases: All
Feline Maxillomandibular
Presenting with Oral Pain,
Trauma Cases: Comparison
Swelling, Mobile Teeth and
of Signalment with
Dysphagia
Non-maxillomandibular
(E Eisner)
Traumatic Injuries
The Management Revolution:
Segmental Mandibulectomy_____________
(B Mulherin)
The Struggle Against Muscle
Forget the iDashboard - the
Pushing the Boundaries
10:40-10:50 Oronasal Fistula
_____________
Skeletal Disorders
VetFlashBoard is Here
(L Marron)
Repair in the Incisal Region
10:45-11:10 Canine and
(J Eliason)
(M Riegger)
in a Dog
Feline Maxillomandibular
(J Banyard)
and Non-maxillomandibular
_____________
Trauma Cases: Comparison
10:50-11:10 Step-by-Step:
of Lunar Cycle and
Biopsy of the Temporal and
Seasonality
Masseter Muscles in the Dog
(B Mulherin)
(L Fink)
The Importance of Monitoring
the Exfoliation of Deciduous
Teeth
(D Nossaman)
11:20-11:45 Comparison
11:20-11:40 Step-by-Step:
of Image Quality of
Esophagostomy Tube
Dentoalveolar Structures
Placement in the Dentistry
Obtained by Cone Beam
and Oral Surgery Patient
Computed Tomography
(L Fink)
The Management Revolution: and 64-Multidetector Row
_____________
12 Things We Can Learn from
Computed Tomography
11:40-12:10 Three
the Mayo Clinic
(J Soukup)
Dimensional CT
(M Riegger)
_____________
Reconstruction as a
11:45-12:10 Non-surgical
Diagnostic Aid for a Case of
Solutions for Palate Defect
Open Mouth Jaw Locking
Management in Cats and
in a Dog
Dogs
(M Balke)
(A Reiter)
12:10-1:10pm
1:10-2:00pm
MARKETING/
MANAGEMENT
Extraction Complications:
Non-Orthopedic
(M Smith)
Oral Anatomy: The Norm and
NOT So Norm
(A Edwards)
Lunch (pre-purchased lunches available with ticket in Exhibit Hall)
Bites Gone Wild
- Identification of Dental
Malocclusions in the Dog
and Cat
(B Greenfield)
Zebras You’ll Want to Know
More About
(J Lewis)
1:10-1:40 Ameloblastic
Fibroma in Young Cat
(P Odenweiler)
_____________
1:40-2:00 Novel Technique
for Oral Wound Closure
(A Perry)
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Social Media Workshop I
(S Holmstrom)
1:10-1:35 Shear Bond
Strength Measurements of
a Novel Universal Dental
Adhesive on Canine Teeth
Vet Tech Superpower: Dental
(J Bellows)
Radiology Tips and Tricks
_____________
(B Cherry)
1:35-2:00 Vital Pulp Therapy
in Dogs: 190 Cases 2001-2011
(H Kuntsi-Vaattovaara)
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TIME
2:10-3:00pm
FUNDAMENTALS
Extraction Techniques in
Dogs and Prevention and
Management of Complications
(S Manfra Maretta)
INTERMEDIATE
BRIEF CLINICAL REPORTS
MARKETING/
MANAGEMENT
ORIGINAL
CLINICAL RESEARCH
TECHNICIAN
Managing Pandora’s Box
(C Carter)
2:10-2:30 Four Dentigerous
Cysts in a 7.5 Year Old Shih
Tzu Cross
(T Jacobson)
_____________
2:30-3:00 Odontogenic Cysts
(C O’Morrow)
Social Media Workshop II
(S Holmstrom)
Feline Stomatitis: Partial or
Full-mouth Tooth Extractions?
(M Jennings)
Take the Bite Out of a
Painful Occlusion: The
Dental Technician’s Guide
(B Cherry)
3:30-4:00 Oronasal Fistula
Repair in a 10 Year Old,
Spayed Female, Labrador
Retriever with Maxillary
(A Skinner)
_____________
4:00-4:20 Mandibular Lip
Mast Cell Tumor Removal
and Recontruction in a Dog
(E Ribka)
Classification and
Epidemiology of Traumatic
Dentoalveolar Injuries in
Dogs and Cats: 959 Injuries
in 660 Patient Visits 2004-2012
(J Soukup)
Pain Management Start to Finish
(A Mills)
4:30-4:50 Osteoblastic
Osteosarcoma in a Rhesus
Macaque
(E Ribka)
_____________
4:50-5:10 Mandibular
Fractures in Two California
Sea Lion Pups
(J Force)
4:30-4:55 Short and Longterm Outcomes of Partial and
Full Crowns in Client-owned
Dogs: Update - 2000-2012
(L Fink)
_____________
4:55-5:20 Evaluation
of Extraction Sites for
Evidence of Retained Roots
and Periapical Pathology
(J Moore)
The Technician’s Roll
in the Dentistry Service
(A Mills)
3:00-3:30pm
3:30-4:20pm
4:30-5:20pm
Break (Exhibits closed)
The Pre-anesthetic Evaluation
of the Dental Patient: What to
Ask and What to See
(N Hoyer)
Making Heads and Tails of
Your Dental Images with
Lightroom
(J Bellows)
Management of Dental
Emergencies for the General
Practitioner
(M Buelow)
2014 VDF PROGRAM GRID - POSTER SESSION
Program subject to change (for current schedule, refer to VDF website; www.VeterinaryDentalForum.com)
1. A Critical Investigation of the Clinical and Histologic Features of Benign Fibrous Gingival Lesions in Dogs (C Bell and
J Soukup)
2. Managing Pain for Optimal Patient Outcomes (C Crocker)
3. Further Development of Quantitative Light-Induced Flourescence Technology for Quantification of Plaque Levels in
Dogs (Y Gill)
4. Effects of Ascophyllum Nodosum Contained in Supplement on Oral Health in Dogs and Cats (J Gawor)
5. Nasopharyngeal Polyp in Young Feline (V Pignone)
6. What is That Fuzzy Line-An Introduction into Dental Radiographic Anatomy (L Sasser)
7. The Influence of Crown Height to Diameter Ratio on the Fracture Resistance of Canine Teeth in Dogs (J Soukup)
8. Case Report-Operculectomy (I Velazquez)
9. Advances in our Understanding of the Bacteria Associated with Canine Periodontal Disease (C Wallis)
Authors will be by their posters for Question & Answer Sessions during the afternoon break on Friday and
during the morning break on Saturday.
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ATTENDEE PROSPECTUS
LABORATORY DESCRIPTIONS
Program subject to change/Lab attendance is limited
Canine Surgical Extractions Lab I - This lab will focus on surgical
tooth extraction techniques and instrumentation in the canine
patient. Participants will learn and practice flap design, appropriate
use and handling of instruments, use of high speed hand piece
and burs to section teeth and perform bone removal, root elevation
techniques, and closure of mucosal flaps. (DVMs ONLY) Limited to
30 participants.
Canine Extractions Lab II - This hands-on laboratory will focus
on the proper techniques and instrumentation of common dental
extractions in dogs. An emphasis will be placed on operator and
patient safety as well as methods to minimize complications. This
lab is oriented towards the beginner but those with an intermediate
level will also benefit. The lab will start off with a brief introduction
and lecture and then move quickly into extractions. Focus will
be placed on flap design and proper tissue handling. Extractions
performed will include incisors, canine teeth, maxillary fourth
premolars, and others as time permits. In summary, our goal is to
teach fundamental oral surgery focused on the dental extraction
of incisors, canines premolars and molar teeth. These will include
flap design, instrumentation, technique, and closure. By the end of
the lab, the participant will have more comfort and familiarity with
these common surgical procedures. (DVMs ONLY) Limited to 32
participants.
Comprehensive Periodontal Debridement Techniques &
Instrumentation for Treatment & Prevention of Periodontal
Disease - This lab covers comprehensive instrument selection,
usage & care for treating periodontal disease. It includes use of
ultrasonics & hand instruments (curettes/scalers); sharpening
techniques; recognizing and charting oral pathology and polishing.
Homecare, the mainstay of oral health, is included. This is a handson wet lab utilizing extracted teeth, skulls and cadavers and is
designed for the veterinarian and technician team. Limited to 32
participants.
Digital Intraoral Photography - This lecture & lab will cover the
essentials of digital intraoral photography. If you have a camera,
bring your camera, connection cords, camera manual, mirrors,
cheek retractors, and any other materials you have and use it in
the lab. This is a chance for you to learn how to take and work with
digital photographs in clinical veterinary dental practice. Limited to
20 participants.
Endodontics and Prosthodontics for the Veterinary Technician
(5 hour lab) - Endodontics is the branch of veterinary dentistry that
involves the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the pulp and
periradicular tissue. This 2 1/2 hour laboratory will demonstrate the
variety of methods used to diagnose endodontic disease as well as
a variety of procedures that are utilized to treat endodontic disease.
These procedures include: vital pulp therapy, conventional root
canal therapy, and surgical root canal therapy (apicoectomy). This
laboratory will focus on the veterinary dental technician’s role in
preparing for and assisting in these procedures. Prosthodontics is
that branch of dentistry that deals with the artificial replacement of
natural teeth or associated structures. Prosthodontics in veterinary
dentistry means crowns. There are many cases in veterinary
dentistry where crown restoration is indicated. This 2 ½ hour
laboratory will demonstrate the techniques involved with preparing
teeth for crown restoration, impression taking for crown restoration
as well as the procedure for crown cementation. Differences
between the various crown choices (full jacket cast metal vs.
porcelain) as well as 3/4 crowns will be demonstrated as well. This
laboratory will focus on the veterinary dental technician’s role in
preparing for and assisting in these procedures. Attending this 5hour laboratory will provide the required 2 1/2 hours of training for
both the VTS Dentistry Endodontic Laboratory and Prosthodontic
Laboratory requirements. Limited to 18 participants.
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Endodontics I: Endodontic Access - The primary purpose
of this laboratory session is to learn how to perform an appropriate
access to root canals, for the purpose of performing root canal
therapy on the affected teeth. (DVMs ONLY) Limited to 40
participants.
Endodontics II Lab: Canal Cleaning, Shaping, & Obturation
- This lab is a continuation of the Endo I Lab. It will provide the
basics for endodontics including: hand instrumentation of canals,
an overview of the instruments used, chemical and mechanical
cleaning, and obturation using basic materials such as zinc oxideeugenol and gutta percha points. We will also introduce and
have available other obturation methods such as Successfil and
Gutta Flow sealant and gutta percha master point. Endodontic
instrumentation and obturation lectures in the Intermediate Lecture
Series are strongly encouraged. (DVMs ONLY) Prerequisite lecture
is Introduction to Standard Root Canal Therapy. Limited to 24
participants.
Feline Extractions - Lecture will touch on common feline oral
pathology and treatment, radiography for this pathology and the
armamentarium necessary to provide surgical extraction of feline
teeth. Details on how to perform appropriate surgical extractions
and crown amputation of feline teeth will be provided. (DVMs
ONLY) Limited to 30 participants.
Feline and Canine Extractions - The basic skills and knowledge
for successful extraction techniques will be covered, including
instrument selection and care. Demonstration and practice
will include dog and cats extractions, with flap design and
implementation, teeth sectioning and alveoloplasty for access, tooth
segment elevation, extraction site prep and closure. Techniques for
managing complications such as fractured root tips will also be
covered. (DVMs ONLY) Limited to 32 participants.
Introduction to Jaw Fracture Repair - This laboratory will focus
on the four basic interdental wiring techniques for fractures of the
mandible. (Ivy loop, Stout, Essig, and Risdon). An introductory
lecture will be given at the beginning of the laboratory. The focus of
the lecture will be on non-invasive fracture repair techniques and
achieving normal occlusion, a cornerstone of jaw fracture repair. To
that point, pharyngostomy tube placement will also be discussed
and demonstrated to facilitate appliance placement and maintain
correct occlusion. Proper placement of wire and acrylic appliances
on the mandible will be reviewed and practiced. Symphyseal wiring
techniques will also be demonstrated and can be performed by
the attendees. Standard equipment utilized for non-invasive jaw
fracture repair will be discussed and will be available for use during
the laboratory. Stabilization of caudal mandibular or TMJ fractures
with maxillomandibular fixation will be demonstrated. Please note
the majority of interdental wiring and acrylic placement will be
performed on SawbonesTM mandibular models which attendees
will be able to take home with them. A limited number of canine and
feline cadaver heads will be available for demonstration and further
practice. This laboratory would be ideal for those preparing for the
AVDC examination or veterinarians with advanced dental training.
(DVMs ONLY) Limited to 40 participants.
Mandibular Fracture Repair Techniques - The lecture will cover
techniques on how to repair symphyseal separation, unilateral
mandibular body fracture, bilateral mandibular body fracture,
coronoid fracture, condylar fracture, multiple fracture. The lecture
and the lab to follow will concentrate on non invasive techniques
that preserve tooth roots. The lecture will also emphasize the
importance of maintaining occlusion. The laboratory will then give a
chance to the participant to apply some of the techniques covered
in the lab. Actual fractures will have to be repaired using intraoral
splints, interdental wires and intraosseous wires when indicated.
(DVMs ONLY) Limited to 24 participants.
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LABORATORY DESCRIPTIONS (continued)
Program subject to change
Oral Radiology for Technicians - This is a lecture and laboratory
combination. The presentation includes description of equipment,
indications for radiology, positioning and troubleshooting imperfect
images. Conventional bisecting angle technique and other
techniques are discussed in the lecture and explored in the
presentation. Lab time is given to exposing images of all teeth in
both canine and feline cadaver specimens. Special attention is
given to techniques to examine imperfect images, evaluate what
went wrong and ways to fix imperfect images. Limited to
24 participants.
Orthodontics II: Treatment of Linguoversion of the Mandibular
Canine Teeth in the Cat and Dog – Veterinary orthodontics is
not about creating a cosmetically perfect dentition, but about
treating painful malocclusions to allow the animal to have a
comfortable, functional bite. There will be a 50-minute lecture
at the beginning of the lab to familiarize the attendee with the
etiology and pathophysiology of this very painful condition.- A
review of the anatomy and classes of occlusion of the dog and cat
will be provided. The materials and techniques will be thoroughly
discussed to allow the attendee to maximize the remaining 3+
hours of lab time. Each attendee will have a dog (or cat) cadaver
head and all of the materials needed to fabricate an acrylic bite
plate with an inclined plane appliance. The appliance is intended
to be durable and properly secured to the teeth in order to prevent
inadvertent removal by the patient. Each attendee will learn the
proper techniques to maintain the patient while the appliance is in
place and to safely remove the appliance. (DVMs ONLY) Limited to
20 participants.
Periodontal Treatment II: Advanced Periodontal Therapy - This
program will focus on periodontal therapy beyond the level of
prophylaxis. Participants will learn the proper treatment approach
for moderate to advanced periodontal disease. This course
will cover proper methods for closed root debridement, open
root debridement, application of regenerative agents, apically
repositioned flaps, and laterally repositioned flaps. (DVMs ONLY)
Prerequisite lecture is Advanced Periodontal Therapy. Limited to 30
participants.
Rabbit and Rodent Dentistry - This laboratory will cover oral
anatomy, equipment, occlusal equilibration procedure, extraction of
incisors, intraoral and extraoral cheek teeth extraction techniques.
A lecture will precede the lab and give examples of the techniques
to be covered later in the lab. (DVMs ONLY) Limited to
24 participants.
Regional Nerve Blocks for Technicians- This is a hands
on wetlab covering specifics of regional nerve blocks for the
dog and cat. Information covered will include technique for
all appropriate regional blocks used in the dental practice,
equipment required, agents and dosing used, as well as practical
uses for this procedure. Periodontal therapy techniques for
the veterinary technician will also be covered. This will include
hand instrumentation, probing and charting, closed root planing,
perioceutic placement and gingival curettage. Periodontal disease
processes and prevention will also be discussed. Limited to
24 participants.
Restorative Lab: Crown Preparation - Hands on laboratory
covering Crown preparation, impressions and stone models.
Prosthodontics is the dental specialty pertaining to the diagnosis,
treatment planning, rehabilitation and maintenance of the oral
function, comfort, appearance and health of patients with clinical
conditions associated with missing or deficient teeth and/or oral and
maxillofacial tissues using biocompatible substitutes. (DVMs ONLY)
Limited to 30 participants.
Specialists in Training: Anesthesia - Refer to VDF website for
complete information. (AVDC Trainees ONLY) Limited to
40 participants.
Surgical Endodontics - This laboratory will teach the techniques
of surgical endodontics. Topics will include: indications (and
contraindications), equipment needs, and techniques for all major
teeth. The hands on portion will cover the surgical approach
(incision), trephination (bone removal), apicoectomy, root end
preparation and filling, closure, and follow-up. The techniques
will include a step by step performance for the four major teeth
(maxillary and mandibular canines, the maxillary fourth premolar
and the mandibular molars. We will also discuss the various
root end filling materials as well as their relative advantages and
disadvantages. Finally, we will cover the recommended equipment,
including ultrasonic reotips for maximum preservation of tooth
structure. (DVMs ONLY) Limited to 30 participants.
Veterinary Dental Radiographic Technique Simplified Veterinary dental radiography, in particular positioning is one of the
most frustrating aspects of veterinary dentistry. The bisecting angle
technique can be demanding and difficult to perform consistently.
Positioning the patient, the sensor and the tube head to create
quality images can be challenging. A simplified approach can
consistently produce quality images with less confusion if a few
principles are followed and some of the variables removed. Limited
to 48 participants.
Vital Pulpotomy of Horse Incisors and Canines - This lab will
allow participants to obtain hands on experience for the sterile
preparation and application of vital pulpotomy in the horse incisors
and canines. The lab will cover indications, instrumentation,
medication, equipment and materials to complete a vital pulpotomy
of a simple rooted tooth. (DVMs ONLY) Prerequisite lecture is Vital
Pulpotomy. Limited to 12 participants.
Wildlife Dentistry - This lab will be hands on instruction in primate
restorations, endodontics in large cats and beakistry. (DVMs ONLY)
Prerequisite lectures are Exotic Animal Dentistry and Large Cat
Dentistry. Limited to 30 participants.
Restorations Lab: Equipment, Materials, and Clinical
Applications - A one hour lecture presentation of recent updates,
focusing on bonding agents and composite restorative materials
and their application in veterinary dental practices. The lecture
will be followed by a three hour hands-on laboratory where
attendees will learn the proper indications for dentin bonding and
composite restorations. Lesions will be created and restored and
instructors will be available to offer their clinical insights as well as
“tricks of the trade.” (DVMs ONLY) Limited to 30 participants.
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ATTENDEE PROSPECTUS
2014 VDF PROGRAM GRID - FRIDAY LABS
Program subject to change (for current schedule, refer to VDF website; www.VeterinaryDentalForum.com)
TIME
8:00am12:00pm
Orthodontics II: Treatment
Comprehensive Periodontal
of Lingually Displaced
Debridement Techniques &
Mandibular Canine Teeth in
Instrumentation for Treatment
the Cat and Dog
& Prevention of Periodontal
(W Gengler, D Nossaman and
Disease
C Miles)
(C Weldin and R Brannan)
Canine Surgical Extractions
Lab I
(B Shope)
Restorative Lab: Crown
Preparations
(R Furman and C Coffman)
Introduction to Jaw Fracture
Repair
(K Taney)
(DVMs ONLY)
(DVMs ONLY)
(DVMs ONLY)
(DVMs ONLY)
12:00-1:00pm
Lunch (pre-purchased lunches available with ticket in Exhibit Hall)
1:00 - 6:00PM
1:00-5:00pm
Endodontic/Prosthodontics
Laboratory for Veterinary
Technicians
(D Carmichael)
Mandibular Fracture Repair Periodontal Treatment II Lab Advanced Periodontal Therapy
Techniques
(D Beebe)
(L Legendre)
(DVMs ONLY)
(DVMs ONLY)
(DVMs ONLY)
Endodontics I
Endodontic Access
(L Baker and C Schor)
2014 VDF PROGRAM GRID - SATURDAY LABS
Program subject to change (for current schedule, refer to VDF website; www.VeterinaryDentalForum.com)
TIME
8:00-12:00pm
Oral Radiology for Veterinary
Technicians
(J Moore)
Rabbit and Rodent Dentistry
(L Legendre)
Canine Extractions Lab II
(D Kressin and S Honzelka)
Endodontics II:
Canal Cleaning, Shaping and
Obturation
(M Peak)
(DVMs ONLY)
(DVMs ONLY)
(DVMs ONLY)
Specialist in Training Lecture
- Anesthesia
(J Quandt and M Barletta)
Pre-requisite Lecture:
Introduction to Standard
Root Canal Therapy
12:00-1:00pm
Lunch (pre-purchased lunches available with ticket in Exhibit Hall)
Wildlife Dentistry
(P Emily and S Holmstrom)
1:00-5:00pm
Veterinary Dental Radiographic
Technique Simplified
(B Beckman)
(DVMs ONLY)
Feline Extractions Lab
(C Miles)
Surgical Endodontics Lab
(B Niemiec)
(DVMs ONLY)
(DVMs ONLY)
Pre-requisite Lectures:
Exotic Animal Dentistry and
Large Cat Dentistry
Specialist in Training Lab
- Anesthesia
(J Quandt and M Barletta)
AVDC Trainees Only
2014 VDF PROGRAM GRID - SUNDAY LABS
Program subject to change (for current schedule, refer to VDF website; www.VeterinaryDentalForum.com)
TIME
Regional Nerve Block and Peri8:00-12:00pm odontal Therapy for Technicians
(A Mills)
Restorations: Equipment,
Materials and Clinical
Applications
(M Peak)
Vital Pulpotomy of Horse
Feline and Canine Extractions
Incisors and Canines
Lab
(C Niederman and J Reiswig)
(H Lobprise)
(DVMs ONLY)
(DVMs ONLY)
(DVMs ONLY)
12:00-1:00pm
Lunch (pre-purchased lunches available with ticket in Exhibit Hall)
1:00-5:00pm
No afternoon labs scheduled.
ATLANTA MARRIOTT MARQUIS | NOVEMBER 13-16, 2014
Digital Intraoral Photography
Lab
(S Holmstrom)
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FORUM SPEAKERS
Program subject to change (for current schedule, refer to VDF website; www.VeterinaryDentalForum.com)
Larry Baker, DVM, FAVD, DAVDC
Northgate Veterinary Dentistry
2800 N Martin Luther King Jr Dr
Decatur IL 62526
Michael Balke, DVM
Arizona Veterinary Dental
Specialists, Resident
7908 E Chaparral Rd #108
Scottsdale AZ 85250
Josephine M. Banyard, DVM,
DAVDC
Little Mountain Veterinary Clinic
46793 Yale Rd E
Chilliwack, BC V2P 2S5
Canada
Mike Barletta, DVM, MS, Ph.D,
DACVAA
Assistant Professor
College of Veterinary Medicine
University of Georgia
501 DW Brooks Dr
Athens GA 30602
Brett Beckman, DVM, FAVD,
DAVDC, DAAPM
Florida Veterinary Dentistry
2607 Conway Blvd
Port Charlotte FL 33952
Donald Beebe, DVM, DAVDC
Apex Dog and Cat Dentistry/
Veterinary Referral Center of
Colorado
945 W Jeffereson Ave
Englewood CO 80110
Cynthia M. Bell, MS, DVM,
DACVP
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Center for Comparative Oral and
Maxillofacial Pathology
Principal Pathologist
445 Easterday Ln
Madison WI 53706
Jan Bellows, DVM, DAVDC,
ABVP
Hometown Animal Hospital &
Dental Clinic/All Pet Dental
17100 Royal Palm Blvd
Weston FL 33326
Mary L. Berg, BS, RVT, VTS
(Dentistry)
Beyond the Crown Veterinary
Education
1002 East 850th Rd
Lawrence KS 66047
Randi Brannan, DVM, CAVDC,
FAVD
Zoetis
5714 SW Hamilton Street
Portland OR 97221
Laura D Braswell, DDS
Buckhead Periodontics
2970 Peachtree Rd NW #622
Atlanta GA 30305
Mary Buelow, DVM
Fifth Avenue Veterinary
Specialists
1 W 15th St
New York NY 10011
Paul Camilo, CVPM
Veterinary Consultation Services,
LLC
3130 Palm Trace Landings Dr
Davie FL 33314
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Daniel T. Carmichael, DVM,
FAVD, DAVDC,
VMCLI
75 Sunrise Hwy
West Islip NY 11795
Chris M. Carter, DVM, FAVD
Companion Animal Dental
Solutions
5801 Fawn Run Dr
Flower Mound TX 75028
Ana Castejon, DVM, PhD
Escola Universitaria Vasco da
Gama. Veterinary Medicine
Department
Av. Josi R. Sousa
Fernandes Campus Universitario
Bloco B Coimbra
Lordemco Coimbra 3020-210
Portugal
Cindy Charlier, DVM, DAVDC
Fox Valley Veterinary Dentistry
3225 W Main St
St. Charles IL 60175
Benita Cherry, LVT, VTS
(Dentistry)
Pawsitive Dental Education
2112 Miller Ct
Prosser WA 99350
Herbert Correa, DVM, MS
Odontovet
Av Magalhaes de Castro 12
Sao Paulo 05502000
Brazil
Conan Crocker, DVM
Bigger Road Veterinary Clinic
Co-Owner and Vice President
5655 Bigger Rd
Kettering OH 45440
Patricia M. Dominguez, BS, LVT,
VTS (Dentistry)
Gotham Veterinary Center
700 Columbus Ave
New York NY 10025
Edward T Earley, DVM, FAVD
Cornell University
Ithaca NY
Amy Edwards, RVT, VTS
(Dentistry)
Atlanta Veterinary Dental
Services
900 Mansell Rd Ste 19
Roswell GA 30076
Edward Eisner, DVM, DACVD
Chief of Dental Services
Animal Hospital Specialty Center
5640 County Line Pl Ste 1
Highlands Ranch CO 80126
Linda Ellis, DVM
AVMA PLIT
PLIT Trust Representative
55 E Jackson Blvd 14B
Chicago IL 60604
Peter Emily, DDS, Hon. DAVDC
Peter Emily International
Veterinary Dental Foundation
1051 Independence St
Lakewood CO 80215
Nicodin Farcas, DVM
University of Pennsylvania
Dentistry and Oral Surgery
Service
3900 Delancey St
Philadelphia PA 19104
Thomas Fatora, DVM
Frisco Animal Hospital
PO Box 38
700 N Summit Blvd
Frisco CO 80443
Lisa Fink, DVM
University of Pennsylvania
Matthew J. Ryan Veterinary
Hospital Department of Dentistry
and Oral Surgery
3900 Delancey St
Philadelphia PA 10104
Bill Gengler, DVM, DAVDC
Dallas Veterinary Dentistry & Oral
Surgery
2320 W Southlake Blvd Ste 2
Southlake TX 76092
Yadvinder Gill, BSc, PhD
Waltham Centre for Pet Nutrition
Freeby Lane
Waltham-on-the-Wolds
Melton Mowbray
Leicestershire LE14 4RT
UK
Barden Greenfield, DVM, FAVC,
DAVDC
Your Pet Dentist of Memphis,
Nashville and Little Rock
555 Trinity Creek Cove
Cordova TN 38018
Fraser Hale, DVM
Hale Veterinary Clinic
159 Fife Rd
Guelph Ontario N1M1C4
Canada
Donnell Hansen, DVM, DAVDC
BluePearl Veterinary Partners
7717 Flying Cloud Dr
Eden Prairie MN 55344
Michael Hart, DVM, MS,
DACLAM
Georgia State University
Director of Animal Resources
PO Box 3999
Atlanta GA 30302
Colin Harvey, BVSc, FRCVS,
DACVS, DAVDC
Emeritus Professor of Surgery
and Dentistry
School of Veterinary Medicine
University of Pennsylvania
622 Maple Ct
Haddonfield NJ 08033
Jean M Herrman, DVM
Companion Animal Dental
Services, LLC
3515 South St
Coventry CT 06238
Ellen Domnick, DVM
Neel Veterinary Hospital
2700 North MacArthur Blvd
Oklahoma City OK 73127
Debra A Fiorito, DVM, FAVD,
DAVDC
Brick Town Veterinary Dental
Referral Service
251 Chambers Bridge Rd
Brick Town NJ 08723
Allison R. Dotzel, DVM
Laurel Highland Veterinary Clinic
2586 Northway Rd Ext
Williamsport PA 17701
Judy Force, DVM, FAVD, DAVDC
Dentistry for Animals
8035 Soquel Dr
Aptos CA 95003
Candice Hoerner, CVT, VTS
(Dentistry)
Big Sky Veterinary Dentistry
Education
118 Pheasant Rd
Columbia Falls MT 59912
Andrew Duke, DVM, FAVD
Duke Animal Clinic
1962 Schillinger Rd S
Mobile AL 36695
Robert Furman, BVMS, MRCVS
Southern California Veterinary
Dental Specialties
1350 Reynolds Ave Ste 116
Irvine CA 92614
Sharon Hoffman, DVM, DAVDC
North Florida Veterinary Dentistry
and Oral Surgery
3444 Southside Blvd
Jacksonville FL 32216
Stephen S. Galloway, DVM,
FAVD
Animal Care Hospital
8565 Hwy 64
Somerville TN 38068
Steven E. Holmstrom, DVM,
DAVDC
Animal Dental Clinic
990 Orange Ave
San Carlos CA 94070
Louise Dunn
1955 Indian Wells Trail
Pfafftown NC 27040
Jerzy Gawor, DVM, PhD, FAVD
Klinka Weterynaryjna Arka
Kraków Chlopska
Krakow 30-806
Poland
Naomi Hoyer, DVM
South Mesa Veterinary Hospital
3801 S Mason
Fort Collins CO 80525
Gregg DuPont, DVM, AVDC,
FAVD, DAVDC
Shoreline Veterinary Dental Clinic
16037 Aurora Ave N
Seattle WA 98133
Jon Geiche, DVM, FAVD Eq
Kettle Moraine Equine Hospital &
Regional Equine Dental Center
N8818 Hwy 67
Whitewater WI 53190
Yvan Dumais, DVM, DAVDC,
FAVD
Centre Hospitalier Universitaire
Veterinaire of University of
Montreal
1500 rue des Veterinaires
St-Hyacinthe Quebec J2S 7C6
Canada
Teresa Jacobson, BSc., DVM
Jacobson Veterinary Services
1955 Kirschner Rd
Kelowna BC V1Y 4N7
Canada
ATTENDEE PROSPECTUS
FORUM SPEAKERS (continued)
Program subject to change (for current schedule, refer to VDF website; www.VeterinaryDentalForum.com)
Michael Jennings, VMD
University of Pennsylvania
Matthew J. Ryan Veterinary
Hospital
3900 Delancey St
Philadelphia PA 19104
Dale Kressin, DVM, FAVD,
DAVDC
Animal Dentistry & Oral Surgery
Specialists, LLC
2409 Omro Rd
Oshkosh WI 54904
Helena Kuntsi-Vaattovaara, DVM,
DEVDC, DAVDC
Anident
Lamminpaantie 41
02880 Veikkola
Finland
Loïc Legendre, DVM, DAVDC
Northwest Veterinary Dental
Services
4037 Sunset Blvd
North Vancouver BC V7R 3Y7
Canada
John R. Lewis, VMD, FAVD,
DAVDC
NorthStar VETS
Dentistry and Oral Surgery
315 Robbinsville-Allentown Rd
Robbinsville NJ 08691
Leah Limone, DVM
Northeast Equine Veterinary
Dental Services, LLC
84 Hill St
Topsfield MA 01983
Heidi Lobprise, DVM, DAVDC
Main Street Veterinary Dental
Clinic
4100 Kirkpatrick Ln
Flower Mound TX 75028
Michael Q. Lowder, DVM, MS
The University of Georgia
Department of Large Animal
Medicine
Associate Professor
501 DW Brooks Dr
Atlanta GA 30602
Sandy Manfra Marretta, DVM,
DACVS, DAVDC
University of Illinois
College of Veterinary Medicine
1815 County Rd 900 N
Philo, IL 61864
Patricia March, RVT, VTS
(Dentistry)
Animal Dental Center
1209 Cromwell Bridge Rd
Towson MD 21286
Louise Marron, DVM
Alpine Animal Hospital
17776 Hwy 82
Carbondale CO 81623
Jennifer D. Martin, DVM
Brodie Animal Hospital
3421 W William Cannon Dr #110
Austin TX 78745
Todd McCoy, DVM
Veterinay Dental Services
11001 Fondren Rd
Houston TX 77096
Alexa McDermott, DVM
Georgia Aquarium
225 Baker St
Atlanta GA 30313
Chanda Miles, DVM, DAVDC
Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialists
1111 W Loop S
Houston TX 77027
Annie Mills, LVT, VTS (Dentistry)
Florida Veterinary Dentistry and
Oral Surgery
11002 Nathan Ct
Punta Gorda FL 33955
James Moore, DVM
Veterinary Dental Solutions
Michigan State University
Associate Professor Oral Surgery
and Dentistry
807 W Savidge St
Spring Lake MI 49456
Brenda L. Mulherin, DVM
Iowa State University College of
Veterinary Medicine
1600 S 16th St
Ames IA 50010
Caroline N. Niederman, VMD,
FAVD/eq
Complete Equine Dental
Maintenance, PC.
PO Box 234
Weir TX 78674
Brook A. Niemiec, DVM, DAVDC,
FAVD
Southern California Veterinary
Dental Specialties
5775 Chesapeake Ct
San Diego CA 92123
Debra A. Nossaman, DVM,
FAVD, DAVDC
Dallas Veterinary Dentistry and
Oral Surgery
2320 W Southlake Blvd Ste 2
Southlake TX 76092
Viviam Pignone, PhD Student
Rua Fernades Vieira 181 Apt 902
Porto Alegre
Rio Grande del Sul 90035-091
Brazil
Jane Quandt, DVM, MS,
DACVAA, DACVECC (Anesthesia
& ECC)
Associate Professor of
Anesthesiology
Dept of Small Animal Medicine &
Surgery
College of Veterinary Medicine
University of Georgia
501 DW Brooks Dr
Athens GA 30602
Jeff Reiswig, DVM, PhD, MS,
FAVD/eq
Equine Veterinary Dental
Services
1603 Deeds Rd
Granville OH 43023
Alexander M. Reiter, DipTzt.,
DMV, DAVDC, EVDC
University of Pennsylvania,
School of Veterinary Medicine,
Matthew J. Ryan Veterinary
Hospital, Dentistry and Oral
Surgery Service
3900 Delancey St
Philadelphia PA 19104
Erin P. RIbka, DVM
Gulf South Veterinary Dental
Specialties and Oral Surgery
6245 Memphis St
New Orleans LA 70124
Michael Riegger, DVM, DABVP
Northwest Animal Clinic &
Hospital
1000 Alameda Blvd NW
Albuqueruque NM 87114
Jens Ruhnau, DVM
TandDyreklinikken
Maaloev Vaerkstedsby 99
Maaloev 2760
Denmark
Patrick Odenweller, DVM
Center for Veterinary Dentistry
and Oral Surgery
9041 Gaither Rd
Gathersburg MD 20877
Jorge Salazar, Esq.
Veterinary Consultation Services,
LLC
3122 S Canfield Ave #201
Los Angeles, CA 90034
Colleen O’Morrow, DVM
Northern Lights Animal Dental
Services
100 Blackwater Bay
Winnipeg Manitoba R2N 1M9
Canada
Rod Salter, BVSc, MACVSc
Melbourne Mobile Veterinary
Dentistry
18 Cadby Ave
Melbourne Victoria 3204
Australia
R. Michael Peak, DVM, DAVDC
The Pet Dentist at Tampa Bay
1501-A Belcher Road S Ste 1-A
Largo FL 33771
Laura Sasser, DVM
Village East Animal Hospital
1305 S Green River Rd
Evansville IN 47715
Andrew Perry, BVSc
Eastcott Veterinary Hospital
Dorcan Way
Swindon Wiltshire SN3 3FR
UK
Andrew Schultz, Jr., MBA
Midmark
10010 N Dale Mabry Hwy
Tampa FL 33618
Rachel Perry, BSc, BVM&S,
MANZCVS, MRCVS
Perrydental Vet Ltd
14 Albion St
Brighton East Sussex BN41 1DQ
UK
ATLANTA MARRIOTT MARQUIS | NOVEMBER 13-16, 2014
Bonnie Shope, VMD, DAVDC
Veterinary Dental Services, LLC
138 Great Rd
Acton MA 01720
Allen Skinner, DVM
Southern California Veterniary
Dental Specialties
5775 Chesapeake Ct
San Diego CA 92123
Mark M. Smith, VMD, DACVS,
DAVDC
Center for Veterinary Dentistry
and Oral Surgery
9041 Gaither Rd
Gaithersburg MD 20877
Tammi Smith, BS, AS, CVT,
VTS (Dentistry)
1532 SW Leisure Ln
Port Saint Lucie FL 34953
Maria M. Soltero-Rivera, DVM,
DAVDC
Lecturer in Dentistry and Oral
Surgery
School of Veterinary Medicine
Matthew J. Ryan Veterinary
Hospital
3900 Delancey St
Philadelphia PA 19104
Jason W. Soukup, DVM, DAVDC
Clinical Assistant Professor
Dentistry and Oral Surgery
University of Wisconsin
2015 Linden Dr
Madison WI 53706
Peter Southerden, BVSc MBA
DEVDC MRCVS
Eastcott Veterinary Hospital
Dorcan Way
Swindon Wiltshire SN3 3FR
UK
Manfred Stoll, DVM
Dental Clinic Stoll
Bleidenstadter Weg 7
Hohenstein Hessen D-65329
Germany
Kendall Taney, DVM, FAVD,
DAVDC
Center for Veterinary Dentistry
and Oral Surgery
9041 Gaither Rd
Gaithersburg MD 20877
Paul Theuns, DVM
Dierenkliniek Papendrecht
Goudenregenstraat 29
Papendrecht Holland 3353 VA
The Netherlands
Patrick Vall, DVM
Animal Dental Care and Oral
Surgery
5520 N Nevada Ave
Colorado Springs CO 80918
Kelly Vearil, RVT
University of Cincinnati,
Veterinary Technology Program
Registered Veterinary Technician,
Laboratory Associate
4533 Cove Circle
Batavia OH 45103
Corrin Wallis, BSc, PhD
Mars Petcare, WALTHAM®
Centre for Pet Nutrition, Senior
Research Scientist
Freeby Lane
Waltham-on-the-Wold, Melton
Mowbray
Leicestershire LE14 4RT
UK
Carol C. Weldin, RDH, BS
1520 Diablo Vista Rd
Alamo CA 94507
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VDF TRACK COORDINATORS
• AVDS Foundation Series – Susan Crowder, DVM, FAVD, DAVDC
• AVD Building Blocks – Larry Kimberlin, DVM, FAVD, DAVDC
• AVDC Advanced Series – Paul Mitchell, DVM, DAVDC
• Lab Coordinator – Curtis Stiles, DVM, DAVDC and Jerome D’Astous, DVM, DAVDC
• Brief Clinical Reports – Barron Hall, DVM, FAVD, DAVDC
• Original Clinical Research – Jason Soukup, DVM, DAVDC
• Marketing and Management – Paul Camilo, CVPM
• Exotics – Peter Emily, DDS, Hon. AVDC and Steve Holmstrom, DVM, DAVDC
• Technician – Annie Mills, LVT, VTS (Dentistry)
• Specialist-in-Training – Yvan Dumais, DVM, FAVD, DAVDC
• Equine Chair/Co-Chair – Jeff Reiswig, DVM, PhD, MS, FAVD/eq
and Carrie Niederman, VMD, FAVD/eq
• Review and Assessment – Scott MacGee, DVM, DAVDC
• Fun Run Coordinators – Kris Bannon, DVM, FAVD, DAVDC and Tom Klein, DVM
• Poster Sessions – Thoulton Surgeon, DVM, FAVD, DAVDC
• What Went Wrong – Colleen O’Morrow, BA, DVM
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ATTENDEE PROSPECTUS
HOTEL RESERVATIONS
INFORMATION
Atlanta Marriott Marquis
265 Peachtree Center Ave
Atlanta, GA 30303
The Veterinary Dental Forum has
secured a block of rooms for attendees
and exhibitors of the 2014 VDF.
Reduced VDF rates are $159 single/
double.
Reservations are available online at
https://resweb.passkey.com/go/vdf2014
To make reservations via phone call
1-866-469-5475. When calling, be sure
to tell reservations that you are with VDF/
Veterinary Dental Forum.
Hotel reservation deadline:
October 20, 2014!
(Depending on availability.)
QUESTIONS
[email protected]
208-461-9045
Veterinary Dental Forum
P.O. Box 1311
Meridian, ID 83680
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