Wed, Nov 06 | Custom House

What every practitioner should know and understand about Equine Dentistry

An interactive evening explaining the progression of several disease processes and the diagnostics of a dental examination.
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What every practitioner should know and understand about Equine Dentistry

Time & Location

Nov 06, 2019, 6:30 PM – 9:00 PM
Custom House, 404 Front St, Avila Beach, CA 93424, USA

About the Event

 

 An interactive evening explaining the progression of several disease processes and the diagnostics of a dental examination.  We will delve into the necessary thought processes needed to determine the best treatment plan for the common oral and  dental pathologies of the horse.  With this information the practitioner will better be able to make effective treatment plans for their equine dental patients.

 

Dr. Henry grew up in Central Michigan and graduated from Michigan State College of Veterinary Medicine in 1993.  In 1996, he started his own practice in Neenah, Wisconsin which included all aspects of equine and small animal medicine.  Dr. Henry's interests were dentistry, lameness, and reproduction.  After selling the practice in 2003, he started Midwest Veterinary Dental Services and began to focus solely on veterinary dentistry.  During this time, he traveled extensively in the U.S., Europe, and Australia teaching basic and advanced dentistry to veterinarians and consulting for Veterinary Dental Products.  In 2011, Dr. Henry began a dentistry residency at University of California Davis, which he completed in 2014.  In 2015 he passed the dentistry boards, achieving diplomat status with the American Veterinary Dental College.  In 2016 he passed his second dentistry board exam with the AVDC, Equine Specialty.  Dr. Henry and his wife, Amy, have two sons, Joshua and Noah.  In his spare time, Dr. Henry enjoys fishing, ATVing, snowmobiling, skiing, spending time with family, and working on his antique John Deere tractors and Ford truck.
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