Dr. Kevin S. Stepaniuk – Dentistry

About Kevin S. Stepaniuk, DVM, FAVD, Dipl. AVDC

Dr. Kevin Stepaniuk with a dog on the shore

Kevin S. Stepaniuk is a Diplomate of the American Veterinary Dental College (AVDC) and is Co-owner of Pet Dental Specialists, Veterinary Dentistry Education and Consulting Services and Veterinary Intraoral Radiology Reading Services. He has an undergraduate degree from the University of Calgary, DVM degree from Oklahoma State University and completed a small animal internship at Washington State University. His specialty training was in private practice. He is a previous faculty member and section chief of Dentistry and Oral Surgery at the University of Minnesota. He is an invited international and national renowned lecturer and instructor. Dr. Stepaniuk is a journal and textbook author as well as a reviewer for various dentistry and oral surgery publications. He is past-Executive Board member of the AVDC, and past-president of the AVDS. Dr. Stepaniuk provides continuing education to veterinarians, provides a service for reading intraoral radiographs for veterinary hospitals and veterinarians, and stays clinically active working in private specialty practice.

 


Presentation Synopsis

1. Clandestine Hidden Common Dental and Oral Disease
2. Recognition and Step-By-Step Treatment of Feline Tooth Resorption
3. Pathophysiology, Recognition, Examination, and Treatment of Periodontal Disease
4. Step-by-Step Surgical Extractions of Canine and Feline Teeth
5. Intraoral Dental Radiography - Understanding the Opacities and Lucencies
6. Malocclusions and Common Oral Pathology - Recognition and Treatment
7. Inflammation in the Feline Oral Cavity - They are not all the same!
8. Understanding Fractured Teeth and the Appropriate Treatment Recommendations
9. Surgical Extraction of the Maxillary 4th Premolar and 1st and 2nd Molars in the Dog (75 Minutes)
10. Oronasal Fistula Repair in the Canine Patient (50 min)
11. Treatment of Periodontal Disease Beyond Extractions and “Prohpy” in General Practice (50 min)
12. Intraoral Oral Regional Analgesia and Multimodal Analgesia in the Dog and Cat Dentistry Patient (50 min)
13. Understanding Fractured Teeth, Appropriate Treatment Recommendations, and Bonded Sealants for General Practice (50 min)
14. Maxillofacial Urgency/Emergency Presentations; Pain and Difficulty Opening and Closing the Mouth (50 min)
15. How to Approach the Oral Mass and Oral Tumors (50 min)