In addition to providing advanced dental care for pets, Dr. Beebe also teaches at continuing educational seminars on a regular basis. Recent and/or upcoming seminars are listed below.
Double Down on Dentistry
Aug 11-13 , 2019
Western Veterinary Conference sponsored, Oquendo Center, Las Vegas, NV
Aug 26-29 , 2019
Zoetis sponsored, Oquendo Center, Las Vegas, NV
33rd Annual Veterinary Dental Forum
September 26-29, 2019
34th Annual Veterinary Dental Forum
Oct 29-Nov 1, 2020
The Veterinary Dental Forum is held each year at a new location to allow regular attendees a chance to see various sites and locations around our great country. This also provides an opportunity to be educated, entertained, and do some sight-seeing. The Veterinary Dental Forum offers many levels of dentistry in an attempt to target the interests and abilities of as many of the attendees as possible. For more information go to http://www.veterinarydentalforum.com/
Wiggs’s Veterinary Dentistry: Principles and Practice, 2nd edition
Lobprise, Dodd, eds. Wiley Blackwell. 2019.
( Kindle edition also available)
Veterinary Dental Techniques for the small animal practitioner
3rd Edition. Holmstrom, Frost, Eisner. Saunders. 1994.
( Kindle edition also available)
Atlas of dental radiography in dogs and cats.
DuPont, DeBowes. Saunders. 2008
Blackwell’s Five-Minute Veterinary Consult Clinical Companion :
Small Animal Dentistry. 2ed
Lobprise. Blackwell publishing. 2012.
Veterinary Dentistry for the General Practitioner
Gorrel. Saunders. 2004.
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery in Dogs and Cats
Verstraete, Lommer. Saunders. 2012.
Journal of Veterinary Dentistry.
Editor: John Lewis.
The Journal of Veterinary Dentistry (JOVD) is written for veterinary dental scientists, veterinarians, dentists, and veterinary/dental technicians who are engaged in veterinary dental practice. JOVD provides a continuing education forum that can serve as a reference source in the veterinary office. JOVD publishes articles that provide practical and scientifically sound information covering not only the medical and surgical aspects of veterinary dentistry but also specific categories including anatomy, restorations, crowns, endodontics, orthodontics, periodontics, laboratory animal dentistry, and dental and oral biology as they relate to clinical practice. For individuals to subscribe to the Journal of Veterinary Dentistry, and for more information on the Foundation for Veterinary Dentistry benefits, please go to https://www.VeterinaryDentistry.org/support for access to subscribe and/or contribute to the Foundation.
The American Veterinary Dental CollegeTM website is a great place to learn more about dental pathology and the latest nomenclature. Upcoming dental CE’s and ideas for promoting your dental practice can also be found here.
The Foundation for Veterinary Dentistry is the largest organization of veterinary dentistry in the world . Its contributors and subscribers are veterinarians, veterinary technicians, veterinary assistants, practice managers, industry leaders, vendors, philanthropists, wildlife biologists, researchers, and pet owners. A group of individuals who are passionate about veterinary dentistry whether that is a dog with a broken tooth, a rabbit with a dental abscess, a horse with a painful bite, or a tiger with a tooth ache.
Veterinary Oral Health Council certified dental products can be found here to help provide the best home care advice for your patients.
Prescription Diet t/d is one of the VOHC approved pet foods for dental health that we often recommend.
For up to date information on oral neoplasia, please visit the Veterinary Society of Surgical Oncology site.
For more information for promoting your hospital’s dentistry service, visit Hill’s Pet Dental Health Campaign site for free clinic kits, downloadable resources, tips for pet owners, and fun games and activities for kids.
Located in Tennessee, Dr. Greenfield at Your Pet Dentist has great dental information and blogs.
Dr. Brett Beckman provides up to date information on resources and continuing education.