SodiumVET Continuing Education

SodiumVET knows that when it comes to examining the teeth and gum health of pets, there’s no substitute to having equipment that is as equally informative as it is reliable. We are committed to coupling the highest standards of radiography technology with continuing education initiatives for our products.

 

 

SodiumVet has been delighted to sponsor study club events in conjunction with Midwest Mobile Veterinay Dentistry to associations such as the Toledo Veterinarian Society and the Ohio Veterinary Medical Association. We provide an environment to help the doctors and their staff get a jump start on veterinary digital dental radiography and it’s uses in the clinic.

 

The sponsored events are not only informative about the practical application of dental techniques and procedures but are also a great way to network with peers in the veterinary community.

 

 

Our speakers are highly experienced, well-accredited doctors who share their wealth of experience and knowledge of how dental procedures have benefited pets, owners and clinics.

 

SodiumVet is pioneering in bringing dentistry into veterinary clinics during a time when this area of treatment is in more demand than ever. We would love to help you get started today!

The Importance of Veterinary Dentistry

Even when a pet may otherwise have a reportedly healthy outlook, seemingly eating and drinking normally and even have a pleasant demeanor, periodontal disease could be lying just under the surface and could lead to life-threatening diseases. The most common clinical condition among cats and dogs is periodontal disease. In fact, 85 percent of all pets have periodontal disease by the time they are 3 years of age. Introducing a regular and thorough examination routine into the life of a pet could prevent damage to their internal organs. With a dental exam, most of these escalations could be easily prevented before it’s too late.

Promoting dental health is an important measure to promoting the overall health of the pet. It can also be a way to diagnose other health issues a pet may be experiencing. A pet’s teeth and gums should be checked at least once a year by a veterinarian to check for early signs of a problem and to keep a pet’s mouth clean and healthy. Because most dental diseases occur below the gumline where you can’t see it, a thorough exam will include taking radiograph images to see the precursors of periodontal disease.

SodiumVet Remote Training

  • Our staff will call your office to schedule a convenient time where a few key team members can be available for a 3 hour training session.
  • We will ship your office our remote training package which includes a conference room camera and speakerphone that will give our trainer the best equipment to interface with your office for the training in a box with a return shipping label.
  • The day before your training our support specialists will call your office and make sure the sensor and software are functioning correctly to be ready for a successful training.
  • The day of the training our support specialist will call and initiate our remote software between your office and your training specialist
  • The training will begin and you will be able to see your trainer and they will be able to see you and your staff through our remote meeting software. Our trainer will have direct control over your computer system.
  • Training starts with an overview of the components of digital X-ray including names of components to make communication as clear as possible for the training
  • Next our trainer will go over how to work your X-Ray Tube Head to get the best results with your digital X-Ray Equipment.
  • After discussing the X-Ray Tube Head, our trainer will go over our imaging software, to explain how to create a patient, capture X-Rays, View X-Rays, Export X-Rays, Refine X-Rays and work with some of the more specialized tools available in our Imaging Software
  • Now our trainer will have you work with the sensor and learn how to position the sensor for the best X-Rays
  • Once your staff is thoroughly trained we would request that you have a patient available and with the support of our trainer your staff take their first round of X-Rays.
  • The whole training session will be recorded and provided to you online to review at any time.

SodiumVet On-Site Training

  • Our staff will call your office to schedule a convenient time where a few key team members can be available for a 3 hour training session.
  • The day before your training our support specialists will call your office and make sure the sensor and software are functioning correctly to be ready for a successful training.
  • Training starts with an overview of the components of digital X-ray including names of components to make communication as clear as possible for the training
  • Next our trainer will go over how to work your X-Ray Tube Head to get the best results with your digital X-Ray Equipment.
  • After discussing the X-Ray Tube Head, our trainer will go over our imaging software, to explain how to create a patient, capture X-Rays, View X-Rays, Export X-Rays, Refine X-Rays and work with some of the more specialized tools available in our Imaging Software
  • Now our trainer will have you work with the sensor and learn how to position the sensor for the best X-Rays
  • Once your staff is thoroughly trained we would request that you have a patient available and with the support of our trainer your staff take their first round of X-Rays.
  • The whole training session will be recorded and provided to you online to review at any time.