Maxillofacial Fractures in the Cat & Dog | Centre for Veterinary Education

Maxillofacial Fractures in the Cat & Dog

Maxillofacial trauma commonly affects our patients.

It can be caused by vehicular accidents, falling from a great height or even iatrogenically.

The facial skeleton is unique in several ways and its repair requires a thorough understanding of the relevant anatomy and dental physiology.

Learning Outcomes

Following this podcast, you will be able to understand:

  • The surgical anatomy and biomechanics of the jaws

  • Advanced diagnostic imaging applications for treatment planning

  • Various treatment options.

Course Delivery

This PodcastPLUS comes with:

  • Access to a pre-recorded video podcast

  • A discussion forum for conversation, debate and information exchange with your peers and tutor

  • Access to further reading and/or resources 

  • A self-assessed multiple choice quiz to qualify for CPD

  • An electronic certificate available for download upon successful completion of the quiz

PodcastPLUS

Thursday 23 August 2018
Delivered Online
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Speaker/s

BVSc (Hons) Dipl. AVDC

Nadine Fiani is currently a full-time Clinical Assistant Professor of Dentistry and Oral Surgery at the College of Veterinary Medicine, Cornell University. She had successfully met the American Veterinary Dental College requirements and became a Diplomate of the AVDC in 2013. During her residency at the University of California, Davis, she gained extensive training and expertise in all aspects of Dentistry such as periodontics, endodontics,  orthodontics  and prosthodontics. Specifically, her training in oral and maxillofacial surgery includes maxillofacial reconstruction using AO and minimally invasive approaches, oncologic and regenerative surgeries. 


Course Fees

Member TypePodcastPlus
Member*Free
eMember$30
Non-member$60
*Members include: Practice, Professional, Part-time, Recent Graduate, Academic and Student members

Further details

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