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British Veterinary Dental Association partners with The Webinar Vet to deliver their second BVDA Virtual Conference of 2021

The British Veterinary Dental Association announces the return of their annual virtual conference online for the second year running

The British Veterinary Dental Association (BVDA) is set to hold their annual virtual conference online for the second year running, with the help of The Webinar Vet. The BVDA Virtual Conference will consist of two live streams, running simultaneously from 9am to 5pm on Wednesday 6 October 2021. One webinar stream will focus on advanced topics while the second live stream will be targeted at a foundation audience. Both can be viewed independently and watched at leisure meaning attendees benefit from two full days’ worth of conference content with just one ticket.

Each year the BVDA holds an annual conference where papers are presented on veterinary dentistry. After last year’s very successful first virtual event with The Webinar Vet, BVDA will again be running their conference online for the second year in a row.

The virtual conference is aimed at those taking their first steps in veterinary dentistry right through to specialists. The essentials and advanced streams will include webinars, interactive sessions and state of the art lectures.

Both webinar streams will be available for participants to watch on demand after the live event and as many times as attendees like for six months post event, on any connected device, at their leisure.

Speaking about the partnership Anthony Chadwick, founder of The Webinar Vet said: “The Webinar Vet is extremely pleased to be assisting BVDA in bringing their annual conference alive during these turbulent times. Meeting face to face can still be difficult for many and I am thrilled that we are able to support the veterinary dental community in running a very successful event.”

 The Virtual Conference will cover:

  • Locoregional flap reconstruction following oromaxillofacial oncologic surgery in dogs and cats, by Mihai Guzu
  • Rigid Anatomical (Triangular) Plates: A novel technique for repair of caudal mandibular fractures in cats, by Alix Freeman
  • Frequency of clinical and radiographic evidence of inflammation associated with retained root fragments in 66 dogs, by Kevin Ng
  • Multimodal features of Becker-like muscular dystrophy in a young dog, by Sergio Minei
  • Diagnostic work up and surgical treatment for odontogenic tumours, by Stephanie Goldschmidt
  • Feline chronic gingivostomatitis: updates and future perspectives, by Boaz Arzi
  • The microbial pathogenesis of periodontal disease, by Santiago Peralta
  • Radiography interpretation, an interactive lecture by Hannah Van Velzen
  • Marsupialisation: A new tool in the treatment of dentigerous cysts, by James Haseler
  • Treatment of oral problems in a rescue dog with myoclonus caused by previous infection with canine distemper virus, by Crina Dragu
  • Ten step framework for comprehensive oral health assessment and treatment, by Alex Geddes
  • Identifying canine oral inflammatory disorders, by Jonathan Frost
  • An introduction to periodontal therapy: Open and closed root planning, by Hannah Van Velzen

Veterinary professionals interested in dentistry and the full speaker line up / agenda simply need to register their interest in tickets, here.

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