Digital Equus
introduction to equine dentistry                PF1106
Price: $25 USD
"Introduction to Equine Dentistry" is a 27 minute DVD video that presents the basics of equine dentistry using anatomically correct 3D animation.

Included topics are: dental anatomy; tooth eruption times; triadan numbering system; 3D animation of the chewing cycle; and common malocclusions.

This video is a must-see for veterinary students beginning their studies, and provides excellent presentation material for veterinarians that give educational lectures to clients and horse-clubs.

 

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Twenty-seven minute (27 min), detailed introduction to equine dentistry presented in a dynamic, easy to follow, 3D computer-generated motion video and audio presentation.

Interesting, and fast moving educational format. This DVD presents the basics of equine dentistry in a manner which is easy to understand by the veterinary student or veterinary client. It can be utilized as office educational material or part of educational presentations. An important addition to veterinary-client education material.

Product Info: PF1106

  • Running Time: 27 minutes
  • Date of Release: Nov/2003
  • Format: DVD Video
  • Audio: Dolby® Digital 2.0
  • Soundtrack: English
  • Region: No Regions
  • Video System: NTSC
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 (Standard TV)
  • Subtitles: None

DVD Chapter List:

  1. Anatomy of the Skull and the Teeth
  2. The Chewing Cycle
  3. Aging Process
  4. Incisor and Molar Malocclusions
  5. A Guide to Age Indicators
  6. Tooth Nomenclature
  7. The Triadan System
  8. Dental Examinations / Equine Dentistry

 

Product Warranty:

Defective DVDs may only be exchanged for the same product when this product is purchased from PowerFloat Inc. No returns are allowed on open DVD products.

 


Intro - Clip 01.wmv
"Flying Teeth" (30 secs)
Intro - Clip 02.wmv
"Arcade Fly-Over" (30 secs)
Intro - Clip 03.wmv
"Aging Process" (30 secs)
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Clips require Windows Media® Player.