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Dental Radiology and Dental Extraction Techniques (2232)
04/21 - 04/22/2012
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Spokane Valley
Dental Radiology and Dental Extraction Techniques
Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine is committed to offering outstanding continuing education seminars for practitioners and their veterinary technicians on cutting-edge topics in veterinary medicine

Date:  April 21-22, 2012
Time:  8am - 5pm 
 Place:  Mirabeau Park Hotel, Spokane Valley, Washington
Cost:   $480 per DVM (Sat & Sun Lecture and Lab - 12 CE Credits)
              $275 per DVM (One Day Lecture and Lab - 6 CE Credits)
              $100 per Technician (Must accompany a DVM)
              $150 per Technician (Without accompanying DVM)
                   $80 per Technician (One Day - Must accompany a DVM)
              $100 per Technician (One Day without accompanying DVM)
Presenters:   Dr.Tammy White, Diplomate, American Veterinary Dental College; Dr. Raelynn Farnsworth; Dr. Evan Crocker

 Dr. Tammy White

Dr. Tammy L. White graduated from Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1996. She became a Diplomate of the American Veterinary Dental College in 2009 under the mentor ship of Dr. Pat Frost-Fitch. In December 2009 she started Pacific Northwest Veterinary Dentistry and Oral Surgery, a practice focused on advanced veterinary dentistry, teaching and consulting services. Dr. White is offering advanced veterinary dental services at the Washington State University Spokane Veterinary Specialty Teaching Clinic, a satellite facility of the Washington State University Teaching hospital. Senior veterinary students are rotating through her practice enabling them to learn more about veterinary dentistry. She is also an Adjunct Professor at Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine and is spending one day a month working on advanced dental cases at Washington State University Teaching Hospital in Pullman, Washington. Dr. White has owned Lower Columbia Veterinary Clinic, a general small animal practice in Longivew, WA, since 2002 where she also practices advanced veterinary dentistry.

April 21: 
  • When to take intraoral dental radiographs
  • Anatomy of an intra oral dental radiograph 
  • How to obtain intra oral dental radiographs 
  • Clinical application of intraoral dental radiographs 
  • Anesthesia for the veterinary dental patient
  • Radiology I for vets and techs

April 22: 
  • 8:00-9:00a


  • Feline radiology (9:00a-12:00p) and Canine radiology (1:00-5:00p) for techs
  • Feline extration lab (9:00a-12:00p) and Canine extration lab (1:00-5:00p) for DMV's