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The Pathway to New Millennium Optimal Oral Care

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www.AnimalDentistrySolutions.com Centers for Oral Care Veterinary Dentistry 2nd Opinion
Animal Dentistry Solutions
No. 8---25Nov2016 A BLOG by DH DeForge, VMD Fellow of the Academy of Veterinary Dentistry 1-800-838-3368 DonDeForge100@gmail.comandDoctorDeForge@yahoo.com
The Road to Excellence Student and Teacher The Pathway to New Millennium Optimal Oral Care

Lao Tzu comments: “When the student is ready the teacher will appear. When the student is truly ready... The teacher will disappear!”I have been blessed to take on the role of student and teacher through my last twenty years in companion animal oral care. The Lao Tzu words of wisdom reflect my personal growth in a field that I love. 
How many of us forget those that are responsible for the person that we are today.  I would like to reflect on some special mentors of mine.  Dr. Robert Wiggs, the father of modern veterinary dentistry, answered hundreds of E-communications; taught me in wet labs; and counseled me at national meetings.  I was able…
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Centers for Oral Care Veterinary Dentistry 2nd Opinion
Animal Dentistry Solutions
No. 7---08Nov2016 A BLOG by DH DeForge, VMD Fellow of the Academy of Veterinary Dentistry 1-800-838-3368 DonDeForge100@gmail.comandDoctorDeForge@yahoo.com
Evidence-Based Health Care Collaborative Multidisciplinary Care Veterinary dentistry is moving in the same director as human dentistry.  Alan H. Gluskin, DDS, Fellow the International College of Dentists and the American College of Dentists states: “It is important for each clinician to recognize the limits of his or her skill and expertise in order to protect patients and provide quality of care.”

Veterinary Medicine, Surgery, and Oral Care information technology are exploding. This disallows the general practitioner’s ability to provide all services to treat all patient problems. Companion animal dentistry is at the forefront of collaborative multidisciplinary care.  Innovations in dental instrumentation; magnification; and digital imaging have helped advance th…

Veterinary Oral Radiowave Radiosurgery (RWRS)

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Centers for Oral Care www.AnimalDentistrySolutions.com
No. 6---07Nov2016 A BLOG by DH DeForge, VMD Fellow of the Academy of Veterinary Dentistry 1-800-838-3368 DonDeForge100@gmail.comandDoctorDeForge@yahoo.com


Veterinary Oral Radiowave Radiosurgery (RWRS)
Oral Radiowave Radiosurgery (RWRS) in the New Millennium evolved from electrocautery instruments developed in the veterinary field over forty years ago. Radiosurgery today uses high frequency radio signals to perform fine atraumatic characteristic incisions in the oral cavity. The main advantage over other cutting modalities centers around a pressureless cut with minimal bleeding that is safe, fast, and efficient. Radiosurgery permits planing of soft tissue, eliminates scar tissue formation, and minimizes post-operative discomfort. The electrodes are self-sterilizing. Radiosurgery prevents seeding of bacteria into the incision site.
Introduction and History William Cameron in 1928 developed one of the fi…