Class Schedule

Veterinary Education Center

2018 Class Schedule

Classes are offered in a variety of subjects with a focus on dentistry and anesthesia.  Courses are designed for veterinarians, technicians and assistants to provide a rewarding learning experience for all. If you do not see a class that suits the needs of your hospital, please contact us to see how we can help.



Kristin Scott, DVM, DAVDC

February 7th 2018 (01:00 pm-05:00 pm)

(DVMs Only-4 CE Credits) Lecture
Price: $ 295.00 USD (18)

Location: 13331 York Center Drive, Suite I Charlotte, NC 28273

This seminar teaches how to successfully position for full mouth dental radiographs and then interpret the images and recommend appropriate treatment. A lecture on oral radiographic pathology will be combined with a wet lab to review anatomy and diagnosis of specific disease processes. Please bring dental x-rays from your practice on a flash drive that you would like to evaluate and discuss with the group.

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Katherine Queck, DVM, FAVD, Jessica Mack, DVM

February 21st 2018 (8:00 am-12:00 pm)

(DVMs Only – 4 CE credits No Pre-requisites) Lecture and Wet Lab
Price: $ 695.00 USD (14)

Location: 13331 York Center Drive, Suite I Charlotte, NC 28273

This introductory course is designed for the veterinarian wishing to learn or improve their basic dental extraction technique.  This hands-on course reviews basic anatomy, the proper use of a high- speed drill, bur selection and instrument use to perform extraction of single and multi-rooted teeth. Emphasis will be placed on sectioning of teeth, tissue handling, gingival flap preparation, and the use of bone graft materials. Incisors, maxillary canines and premolar teeth will be extracted. Local nerve blocks will be discussed and the correct sites for placing those nerve blocks will be identified. Cadavers are used in the wet lab.

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Katherine Queck, DVM, FAVD, Jessica Mack, DVM

February 21st 2018 (01:00 pm-5:00 pm)

(DVMs Only – 4 CE credits - Pre-requisite: Level 1) Lecture and Wet Lab
Price: $ 695.00 USD (14)

Location: 13331 York Center Drive, Suite I Charlotte, NC 28273

This advanced course is designed for the experienced veterinarian wishing to gain additional expertise in extraction of ankylosed maxillary and mandibular cheek teeth, mandibular canine teeth, and full quadrant extractions. Emphasis will be placed on gingival flap development, osteoplasty, and retained root removal.  Local nerve blocks sites will be identified and practiced. Cadavers are used in the wet lab.

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Katherine Queck, DVM, FAVD, Jessica Mack, DVM

February 22nd 2018 (8:00 am-12:00 pm)

(DVMs Only – 4 CE credits No Pre-requisites) Lecture and Wet Lab
Price: $ 695.00 USD (14)

Location: 13331 York Center Drive, Suite I Charlotte, NC 28273

This introductory course is designed for the veterinarian wishing to learn or improve their basic dental extraction technique.  This hands-on course reviews basic anatomy, the proper use of a high- speed drill, bur selection, and the instruments used to extract single and multi-rooted teeth. Emphasis will be placed on sectioning of teeth, tissue handling, gingival flap preparation, and the use of bone graft materials. We will also discuss tooth resorption and when crown amputation is indicated. Teeth extracted will be incisors, maxillary canines and premolar teeth. Local nerve blocks will be discussed and the correct sites for placing those nerve blocks will be identified. Cadavers are used in the wet lab.

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Katherine Queck, DVM, FAVD, Jessica Mack, DVM

February 22nd 2018 (01:00 pm-5:00 pm)

(DVMs Only – 4 CE credits - Pre-requisite: Level 1) Lecture and Wet Lab
Price: $ 695.00 USD (14)

Location: 13331 York Center Drive, Suite I Charlotte, NC 28273

This advanced course is designed for the experienced veterinarian wishing to gain additional expertise in extraction and closure of maxillary and mandibular canine teeth and full quadrant extractions. Emphasis will be placed on gingival flap development, osteoplasty, and retained root removal. A discussion will also review tooth resorption and when crown amputation is indicated. Local nerve blocks sites will be identified and methods of administering drugs will be discussed. Cadavers are used in the wet lab.

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