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Veterinary dentistry
Dentistry guidelines aim to bridge a ‘significant gap’ in veterinary education

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GUIDELINES being developed by the World Small Animal Veterinary Association are aiming to raise the standards of veterinary dentistry globally, bridge what the WSAVA describes as ‘a significant gap in veterinary education’, and enhance the level of veterinary care provided to companion animals.

A newly created WSAVA Dental Guidelines Committee is being chaired by Brook Niemiec, a board certified specialist in veterinary dentistry of the American and European veterinary dental colleges …

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