Sydney Pet Dentistry is excited to offer both a clinical dental service and a flexible training program for vets and support staff thatÂ will not only benefit your patients, but also your staff and your practice.
Dr Christine Hawke has always had a passion for veterinary dentistry and is a Member of the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists in the field of Small Animal Veterinary Dentistry. She is currently undertaking a Residency in Veterinary Dentistry, under Dr David Clarke, a registered specialist in the field. Christine is undergoing intense training to prepare her to sit the American Veterinary Dental College examinations.
Register your details to access our members area and benefit fromÂ quarterly newsletters, regular case studies and practice tips, or send an enquiry to Dr Christine Hawke about a case.
Nurses are a great asset to a veterinary practice, particularly in the field of veterinary dentistry. With guided education and training, nurses can easily recognise periodontal disease and inform clients how to ensure that their pet has a pain-free mouth for his or her whole life.
Correct scaling and polishing is an important skill that all veterinary nurses can accomplish with the appropriate training. Want to find out more about how nurses can contribute to their clientsâ pets well being and quality of life?
Register your details here to access our members area which has itsÂ own page dedicated to veterinary nurses.