IVDI Veterinary Dental Practitioner Program

Date/Time

Nov 7, 2021

Description

On November 7th, Dr. Beckman is opening enrollment to the general practice veterinarian to the International Veterinary Dentistry Institute (IVDI) Veterinary Dental Practitioner program.
 
This is a path for the general practice veterinarian to finally get all the training, resources, and support they need to feel confident, gain efficiency and provide a great standard of care In general practice validated by a three-tiered assessment process.

This is a structured but flexible program through the International Veterinary Dental Institute that provides the training and assessment for you to become a Veterinary Dental Practitioner. Once earned, that title will distinguish you as one of the most well-trained veterinarians in general practice dentistry.

Here are a few of the many benefits of completing the program:

• Above-average skill and expertise in surgical extractions and periodontal flap procedures
• Proficiency in veterinary dental radiographic interpretation
• A drastic increase in your speed and a significant decrease in dental procedure time
• A systematized dentistry workflow from induction to recovery
• Anesthesia competence to ensure even at-risk patients are managed with confidence
• A solidified vet/tech dentistry team that works as a highly effective cohesive unit
• Full mouth radiographic technique and positioning mastery for you and/or your technician
• Lifelong friends and continued mentorship
• Acknowledgment as a Veterinary Dental Practitioner that will drive quality clients that believe in quality dentistry for their pets
• Authority with the VDP title that you will be able to proudly display and utilize to separate you from the other veterinary practitioners and practices in your locale

The tuition for the program is $5,997.  We offer payment plans as well as a 60-day money-back guarantee if the program doesn't meet your expectations.

Cost

5,997

Additional Information

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