Compendiums








Step-By-Step Compendium, Volume 1

$30.00 for members and $40.00 for Non Members + shipping

The Step-by-Step feature was first introduced in the March 2001 issue of the Journal of Veterinary Dentistry (J Vet Dent). The aim of this feature was, and is, to provide the clinician with a primarily pictorial, step-by-step guide on how to perform dental and oral surgical procedures. Generally, this type of presentation is sparse in veterinary dental textbooks, yet a highly sought after format for continued professional development in the discipline.

The topics of the first 14 Step-by-Step features include:

  • Surgical Extraction of the Mandibular Canine Tooth in the Dog,
  • Three-quarter Crown Preparation,
  • Vital Pulp Therapy,
  • Crown Lengthening for the Mandibular and Maxillary Canines Teeth in the Dog,
  • Surgical Extraction of the Mandibular First Molar Tooth in the Dog,
  • Crown Amputation with Intentional Root Retention for Dental Resorptive Lesions in Cats,
  • Surgical Approach for Lymph Node Staging of Oral and Maxillofacial Neoplasms in Dogs,
  • Surgical Extraction of Maxillary Fourth Premolar in the Dog,
  • Surgical Extraction of the Maxillary Canine Tooth,
  • Intraoral Acrylic Splint Application,
  • Regional Anesthesia for Dentistry and Oral Surgery,
  • Mandibular Incisor Apically Repositioned Flap in the Dog.














Step-By-Step Compendium, Volume 2

$40.00 for Members, $53.00 for Non-members + shipping

The Step-by-Step feature was first introduced in the March 2001 issue of the Journal of Veterinary Dentistry (J Vet Dent). The aim of this feature was, and is, to provide the clinician with a primarily pictorial, step-by-step guide on how to perform dental and oral surgical procedures. Generally, this type of presentation is sparse in veterinary dental textbooks, yet a highly sought after format for continued professional development in the discipline.

These 16 procedures, originally published in 2004, 2005, 2006, and 2007, are now available in one collection: The Step-by-Step Compendium, Volume 2. The Step-by-Step Compendium, Volume 2 will greatly enhance and extend the libraries of any individual or organization involved with veterinary dentistry.

The topics of the second 16 Step-by-Step features include:

  • Masel Chain Appliance for Orthodontic Treatment
  • Construction of Dental Study Models
  • Pharyngostomy Endotracheal Tube
  • Surgical Endodontics of the Maxillary Canine Tooth
  • Orthodontic Treatment Using a Direct Acrylic Inclined Plane
  • Extraction of Retained Primary Canine Teeth in the Dog
  • Single Mucoperiosteal Flap for Oronasal Fistula Repair
  • Lateral Sliding Pedicle Flap for Gingival Cleft at the Maxillary Canine Tooth
  • Surgical Endodontic Therapy of the Mandibular Canine Tooth
  • Split Palatal U-Flap for Repair of Caudal Palatal Defects
  • Extraction of Fractured Tooth Roots
  • Mucoperiosteal Flap for Extraction of Multiple Teeth in the Maxillary Quadrant of the Cat
  • Composite Restoration of Enamel Defects
  • Tooth Preparation and Impression for Full Metal Crown Restoration
  • Temporomandibular Joint Luxation in the Cat
  • Mineral Trioxide Aggregate (MTA) for Apexification of Non-Vital Immature Permanent Teeth
















Foundations Compendium


Foundations Compendium $35.00 for Members $49.00 for Non-Members + shipping

The Foundations feature was introduced in the Journal of Veterinary Dentistry (J Vet Dent) in 2003 in response to requests for information for veterinarians and technicians with a specific interest in veterinary dentistry. This feature includes articles that highlight different aspects of veterinary dentistry discussed at a high level, but in an understandable fashion.

The Foundations Compendium, a special publication from the American Veterinary Dental Society, is a compilation of Foundations series features which appeared in the pages of the J Vet Dent in 2003, 2004, and 2005 to combine text and pictures to highlight basic, fundamental aspects of veterinary dentistry.

Topics covered include:

  • Home Care for the Veterinary Dental Patient
  • The Owner-Animal-Environment Triad in the Treatment of Canine Periodontal Disease
  • Professional Teeth Cleaning
  • Line Angle Incisions
  • Equipment and Basic Geometry of Dental Radiography
  • Developing Dental Radiographs
  • Canine Dental Radiography
  • Feline Dental Radiography
  • Dental Radiographic Interpretation
  • Personal Safety and Ergonomics in the Dental Operatory
  • Normal Occlusion in the Dog
  • Clarification of Veterinary Dental Nomenclature. 88 pages, 214+ images.



















Compendium Bundle (Includes Step-by-Step Volumes 1 & 2 and Foundations)


$100.00 for members and $129.00 for Non Members + shipping




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The Foundation for Veterinary Dentistry operates exclusively for charitable, scientific, or educational purposes and was founded to: To educate the public about the importance of oral health in animals. To advance the understanding of the science of veterinary dentistry among all veterinarians. To further the knowledge of the veterinary and related professions through education of veterinarians, veterinary technicians and other health-care professionals interested in veterinary dentistry about effective veterinary oral health care delivery. To provide funding to colleges of veterinary medicine, veterinary technician schools, or other institutions, entities or individuals approved for funding by the Foundation to enhance the education of their students, provide appropriate equipment to facilitate teaching and delivery of effective oral care, and to support research projects in the field of veterinary oral health. HISTORY OF THE FOUNDATION 2005 First meeting at the Forum 2006 Initially a part ofAVDS meeting 9/23/06 Name change AVDSEF to F4VD IRS notification of tax exempt status 2007 Articles of Incorporation 2/12/2007 Representatives appointed from each association NON-ENDOWED FUNDS: General Donations These funds may be distributed as directed by the Trustees for the general benefit of veterinary dentistry education, research, public relations and promotion of the F4VD Make Me Smile Program. Donations can be made to the F4VD Treasurer as directed below: Memorial Scholarship Leaders in Veterinary Dentistry Memorial Scholarship is designated to fund veterinarians and technicians that are tracking to become Diplomats in the AVDC or Fellows in the AVD or AVDT. ​ADVANCED ANIMAL DENTAL CARE BEN COLMERY BOB & CINDY BOYD CHARLIE ADAMS COLIN HARVEY Stainless Crown - $500 to $999 ​BARRINGTON ANIMAL HOSPITAL & DENTISTRY BARRY RATHFON CINDY CHARLIER CURT RICHIE Silver Crown - $1,000 to $1,999 JAMES C. CLARKSON STANLEY W. BLAZEJEWSKI DR. THOULTON SURGEON In-Kind Donors – Auctions JAN BELLOWS BOB & CINDY BOYD BARDEN GREENFIELD VICKIE BYARD CHARLES RAHNGR JR. CHERYL BATER AVDT BROOK NIEMIEC DENTALAIRE-RON ANDERSON SANOS ROB YELLAND KEVIN STEPANUIK PETER EMILY BARRON HALL AVD SUN VALLEY COMPANY UPENN DENTAL DEPARTMENT IM3 SURGIVET HOTLINE ALL PRO- JEFF GOODE VIRBAC- MICHAEL WALSH JOSEPHINE BANYARD MILTEX TARTAR SHIELD VETERINARY TRANSPLANT SHIPP’S DENTAL – JAY HAENERT HEALTHY MOUTH – KAREN MIDMARK JIM MERRITT HOPE SCIENCE VETERINARY INOVADENTDIANE BREED If you would like to donate you may use: PayPal - The safer, easier way to pay online! or send a check made out to the F4VD and mailed to the address below: Dr. Erich Rachwitz, Treasurer (At-Large) Treasurer 3905 Twin Creek Drive # 103 Bellevue, NE 68123