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  • Q. Is the Dentistry and Orofacial Surgery of Exotic Companion Mammal course on site?

    A. No. The course will be held online only.

  • Q. How can an online course be practical?

    A. Online presentations are very visual. Dental and surgical procedures are presented using step-by-step photo series and videos.

    Even if held online, the course has a very practical profile.

    Find out more details about practical contents in the session schedules.

  • Q. Is the Dentistry and Orofacial Surgery of Exotic Companion Mammal course a streaming course?

    A. Yes, it is a streaming course. One can access the presentations anytime, within a limited period of time.

  • Q. How is the overall course scheduled?

    A. The course is divided in eight, stand alone sessions.

  • Q. Can I access recorded lectures anytime?

    A. Yes, within the period of time pertaining to your registration (e.g. 45, 60, or 90 days).

  • Q. Can participants interact with speakers?

    A. Not directly. However, speakers are happy to answer any question by


  • Q. Am I supposed to register for the full course?

    A. No. Beside the standard full course (8 sessions), the Dentistry and Orofacial Surgery of Exotic Companion Mammal online course is available with three alternative separate sections: Rabbit Dentistry and Orofacial Surgery (5 sessions); Rodent Dentistry (2 sessions); Other Exotic Companion Mammal Dentistry (1 session).

    One can pick the preferred topics and species of interest, maybe at different times.

  • Q. Does the course include handouts?

     A. No. The breadth of topics would make handouts a kind of textbook.

    We suggest that the registrant would make his/her own handouts taking screenshots, and even copying part of the speech as notes.

  • Q. Can video lectures be downloaded?

     A. No. Video lectures are protected by copyright. They can not be downloaded and saved.

  • Q. Does the course grant continuing education credits?

     A. Yes. The full course has been credited with 44 CE credits by the American Association of Veterinary State Boards.

    Each individual section also grants CE credits.

    Participants should check their country specific requirements and whether RACE approval is recognized. Usually, RACE approved credits are acknowledged in other countries.

  • Q. How can continuing education credits be earned?

    A. To earn credits and get the certificate, registrants must answer correctly the 80% of 25-30 multiple choice questions for each session (a total of 220 Q/A for the full course).

  • Q. Does participation grant a certificate?

    A. Yes. Every kind of registration grants a different certificate (Full course, or individual sections). Certificates are displayed in this website

  • Q. What happens if I am not able to complete the course (including the answers to the multiple choice questions) during my period of time?

    A. If the course is not finished on time, the certificate and the CE credits can not be granted. However, one can purchase additional time with the “Add One Month” option (30 more days) to complete the course.

  • Q. Can additional time be purchased just once?

    A. No. The “Add One Month” option (30 more days) can be purchase as many times as you want.

  • Q. Can the overall period of time be paused and split in separate groups of days?

    A. No. The total number of days are meant as consecutive, from the beginning to the end.

  • Q. How can I pay for my registration?

    A. You can pay using your PayPal account or your credit/debit card, via PayPal.

  • Q. Is the payment method secure?

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  • Q. What happens if I will have problems with my online connections?

    A. The participant is responsible for the local online connection.

    No refund is granted for connection failure.

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