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Juvenile Dentistry in the Puppy & Kitten - Trauma and Orthodontics

Dr. David Clarke
BVSc, Diplomate AVDC, Fellow AVD, MANZCVSc Registered Specialist, Veterinary Surgery (Dentistry), ROYAL CANIN®
18 August 2020
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Normal dental development is crucial for long term oral health. In this webinar, Dr. David Clarke will cover normal development of the teeth and jaws of puppies and kittens, how to recognize common developmental issues, as well as the approach to traumatic oral disease in our young patients.
David is a leading dental specialist currently based in Melbourne, but travelling far afield to pass on his knowledge to veterinarians and veterinary students around the Asia Pacific region. In between running his successful specialist dental practice in Hallam, Victoria and fulfilling his roles of clinical dentist at Melbourne University and adjunct associate lecturer at Massey University in New Zealand, David is also the veterinary dentist at Werribee, Healesville, Taronga, Dubbo, Adelaide and Monarto zoos.

David's clinical interests include oral health in the domestic pet population, in particular the reduction of plaque using dietary and chemical means; analgesic and antibiotic usage for dentistry; undergraduate dental education for veterinary students; continuing dental education of veterinarians and nurses; and oral biology and dental disease in Australian marsupials.

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