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The European Veterinary Dental Society Congress

  • 18 May 2017 to 21 May 2017
  • Hotel Barcelo, Malaga
  • Málaga / Spain

Whats About

The European Veterinary Dental Society (EVDS) in collaboration with the European Veterinary Dental College host the EVDS Congress every year to help healthcare professionals specializing in animal dentistry to get updated with the recent advances made in the field of medical science of dentistry to flourish and do better professionally. This society was established in the year 1992 with the aim to educate, train and guide dentists in Europe to have latest knowledge of clinical and scientific research for their medical practice. Researchers, veterinary surgeons, doctors and human dentists all are welcome to be a part of this congress to excel and get enlightened with the recent advances made. The EVDS Congress 2017 is taking place this year in the beautiful, colorful and scenic city of Malaga in Spain from 18th to 20th May 2017 with a view to provide a platform for healthcare professionals to share their experiences, knowledge and research work so that others can hear, learn and adopt the latest diagnosis, surgical and treatment methods for animals dental healthcare. World class dentists from around the globe are part of this congress to learn about the latest cutting edge technology, scientific and education advancements by attending debates, symposia, expert sessions, workshops and lectures by the best in the field. Be a part of EVDS Congress 2017 to help enlighten others with your wisdom and get enriched by others knowledge to take veterinary dentistry to greater heights.

Registration Details
 Early fee on or before 16 April 2017 Late fee from 17 April 2017

2 Day Congress including Gala dinner – member

395 €  495 € 

2 Day Congress including Gala dinner – non member

520 € 620 €

1 Day Congress excluding Gala dinner – member – Friday

175 € 225 €

1 Day Congress excluding Gala dinner – member – Saturday

175 € 225 €

1 Day Congress excluding Gala dinner – non member – Friday

235 € 285 €

1 Day Congress excluding Gala dinner – non member – Saturday

235 € 285 €

2 Day Congress excluding Gala dinner – Undergraduate students

 150 € 150 €

Speaker single presentation excluding gala dinner

 150 € 150 €

Speaker multiple presentation excluding gala dinner

 Free of charge* Free of charge*

Gala Dinner

 100 € 100 €

Welcome Reception

 Free of charge Free of charge

Program Highlights of the Events

  • Day 1 (19 May)
  • Day 2 (20 May)

    • 09:00-09:45 – The comprehensive oral health assessment and treatment “The COHAT fundamentals”
    • Use of CBCT in a private veterinary dental clinic
    • Distribution of tooth substances in cheek teeth of domestic horses
    • Morphology of the dental pulp in equine incisors
    • Interpretation of dental radiographs Part 1
    • 09:50-10:35 – the proactive approach to oral health
    • Bone augmentation strategies
    • Occlusal angles in equine incisors and cheek teeth
    • Towards a better understanding of occlusal fissures in the equine cheek tooth: prevalence and association with dental wear
    • Interpretation of dental radiographs Part 2
    • 10:40-11:10 – New advances in oral and maxillofacial surgery in small animals
    • 11:40-12:25 – basic dental extractions
    • Extraction of maxillary molars
    • Dentigerous cyst in a dog
    • A rare case of infected hyperplastic dentigerous cyst in a terrier
    • Staged treatment of periapical cysts in dogs by marsupialisation and curettage
    • Extra oral endodontic treatment and replantation of equine cheek teeth: Anatomical, histological and molecular biological considerations
    • Extra oral endodontic treatment and replantation of equine cheek teeth Part 2- Technique and materials
    • Standing surgical apicectomy and retrograde root canal therapy of cheek teeth using original Portland cement in 3 horses
    • 12:30-13:00 – Crown extensions: a useful technique for many indications
    • Unerupted teeth in dogs and cats: Clinical, radiographic and histological study in 59 cases
    • Extra oral endodontic treatment and replantation of equine cheek teeth Part 3: case series
    • 14:30-14:55 – Feline dental radiology
    • Durability of adhesion of composite filling material depending on the length of etching on enamel
    • Feline oral diseases diagnosed by histopathology: A retrospective study of 6 years
    • A review of equine dental fractures
    • 15:00-15:45 – inflammatory oral diseases in cats
    • Composite restorations
    • Review of equine dental fractures and management in practice
    • Standing oral extraction of maxillary cheek teeth fractured in a saggital plane
    • 16:30-17:15 – Soft tissue trauma/injury recognition and management in the oral cavity
    • Comprehensive transcriptional profiling of feline tooth resorption using next generation sequencing
    • Correlation of imaging and pathological findings in equine maxillary cheek teeth apical infection
    • Age dependent positional relations and possible ascending infections of selected equine cheek teeth portrayed by 3.0 tesla magnetic resonance and computed tomographic imaging
    • Dental case scenarios in day to day practice
    • 17:20-18:00 – What makes surgical extractions difficult and how to make them easier
    • Pain assessment in cats with dental pathology: the accuracy of a behavioral observation based scale
    • Oral malignant melanoma in 6 cats
    • Preliminary results of a feline chronic gingivostomatitis study using recombinant omega interferon of feline origin in refractory cases
    • Computed tomographic assessment of equine maxillary cheek teeth anatomical relationships and movements and sinus volumes
    • Radiographic anatomy of the equine incisors teeth from 3 to 60 months Gold: radiography v/s computed tomography
    • 18:00-18:15 – 27th European Veterinary Dental Forum presentation Innsbruck
    • 18:15-19:00 – Annual General meeting EVDS
    • 20:15 – Departure of bus for gala dinner
    • 20:30-23:30 – Horse show and gala dinner
    • 23:30-03:00 – Dancing

      • 09:00-09:45 – CT technology for the veterinary dentist
      • The new pardym of periodontal disease and therapy
      • A computed tomographic and histopathological study of equine cheek teeth infundibular lesions
      • Effectiveness of the infundibular debridement and restoration of equine maxillary cheek teeth as assessed by computed tomography
      • VOHC scoring update
      • 09:50-10:35 – Dental and masticatory CT in dogs, cats and rabbits
      • Tip the scales: understanding the secret of power driver scalers
      • The canine oral microbiota: Insights into the uniqueness of dental plaque
      • Establishinh risk factors for peripheral dental caries in the western Australian horse population
      • Epidemiological, microbiological and pathological study of peripheral caries in UK horses
      • 10:40-11:10 – Anatomy of the head and oral cavity
      • Microbiome of five advanced occulusal caries lesions in 2 domestic dogs
      • Genetic study of congenital brachygnathia of thoroughbred horses
      • 11:40-12:25 – Imaging for vet dentistry: what do u buy?
      • Simplified techniques for canine and feline dental radiography
      • Endodontic complications, avoidance and repair
      • Lateral mandibular excursion to cheek tooth contact measurement as a predictor of dental pathology in the horse
      • Celebrating 100 years of maxillary nerve analgesia: what have we learnt?
      • 12:30-13:00 – How and why I remove lingually displaced mandibular canines in pups
      • Constructing a client survey
      • Ultrasound guided equine dental surgery
      • 14:30-14:55 – Linguoversion in the permanent canines: how I perform crown amputation and partial coronal pulpectomy
      • Persistent oral canine viral papilloma tyoe 1 lesion undergoing malignant transformation into an oral squamous cell carcinoma in a dog
      • Ankylosis and pseudoankylosis of the temporomandibular joint in dogs: 10 cases
      • Ultrasound: guided inferior alveolar nerve block in the horse- a validation of the extra oral approach in cadavers
      • Facia; suture periostitis, not sure a rare condition
      • 15:00-15:45 – Endodontic and prosthodontic in working dogs
      • Morphological study of naturally occurring clefts of the lip and/or palate in domestic dogs
      • Outcome of cleft palate repair in dogs: 26 cases
      • Culture independent detection of human periodontal pathogens in equine periodontal disease
      • Influence of dental materials on cells of the equine periodontium
      • Dentistry in ferrets, rabbits and rodents: Interactive session
      • 16:30-17:15 – Review of small animal dentistry and oral surgery literature
      • Oral and dental diseases in a family of zoo suricates
      • Oral and dental pathology in beech marten
      • Diagnosis and treatment of dental disorders in a research colony of Macaca fascicularis, a case series
      • Dental disease in the Iberian wolf: Evaluation of a museum
      • Are perioceutics of potential value in equine dentistry? A review of human perioceutics
      • Orthodontic case discussion: How would you treat this case?
      • 17:20-18:00 – Exotic endodontic and prosthodontic
      • Dental disease in mice-like rodents
      • Apical incisor elongation in rabbits: is epiphora always present?
      • Minimally invasive treatment of equine paranasal sinus empyema
      • Orosinuidal and oronasal fistulas after tooth extraction, ear cartilage transplantation in a donkey and comparison to other fistula treatments
      • Surgical treatment of apical disease and/or mandibular asteomyelitis in New World Camelids: 18 cases
      • The occurrence of thrombophlebitis in 4 oral sinus surgery cases