Feb
9
2016

Have you checked out the wide range of dental resources from AAHA Press lately?

Improve dentistry at your practice and help clients understand the value of proper dental care with these titles:

Canine and Feline Dental Records: Keep excellent medical records with the only dental charts that comply with AAHA’s standards of accreditation. Updated in 2015 by a board-certified veterinary dentist, AAHA’s canine and feline dental records allow your team to record the findings of dental examinations and cleanings, as well as other important patient dental information, all in one place.

Companion-Animal Dental and Surgical Instruments: A reference guide for veterinary technicians and assistants, this pocket-size book will help your team quickly identify, stock, and maintain the tools you use on a daily basis. The manual also covers care and cleaning of instruments to maintain their quality and integrity, and appendices contain lists of instruments commonly included in surgical packs, as well as common conversions.

Healthy Mouth, Healthy Pet: Show clients why veterinary dental care matters with this visual exam room tool. Available in print and PDF formats, this guide includes chapters on home care, periodontal disease, and other common dental problems, abnormal oral findings, a step-by-step discussion of periodontal disease treatment, an illustrated chart of the stages of dental disease, and a CD-ROM with client handouts.

Understanding Your Pet’s Health: Ensure your clients are educated about dental care while improving compliance rates, patient health, and your bottom line. Available in print and PDF formats, this visual guide can be used as an aid in discussing various wellness topics with clients, including dental exams, cleanings, and radiographs.

Your Pet’s Dental Care: Reviewed by board-certified veterinarians and regularly updated with the latest information, these brochures will help you answer all your clients’ questions about pet dental care, including:

  • Why is dental care important for my pet?
  • What are the physical signs of dental disease?
  • What happens during an oral examination and dental cleaning?
  • Why is anesthesia necessary?
  • How can I take care of my pet’s teeth at home?

Order these products—and check out other great resources for your practice—at press.aaha.org.

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