Welcome to The BVDA

BVDA Animal Dentistry

The BVDA was established by a group of Veterinary Surgeons who had a particular interest in Veterinary dentistry in 1988. The aims of the association are to educate and train Veterinary and Dental Surgeons in animal dentistry and to promote practice, teaching and research of animal dentistry.

Each year the British Veterinary Dental Association holds a scientific meeting where there are papers presented on veterinary dentistry, interactive sessions and state of the art lectures. This also gives the membership a chance to socialise and talk about particular cases.


Download your BVDA Scientific Meeting 2019 Flyer here

Download your BVDA Scientific Meeting 2019 Registration Form here

The association has an active membership that undertakes teaching of dentistry to Veterinary Surgeons, students and nurses. This teaching takes the form of courses and study groups. The membership is also involved with promoting veterinary dentistry to the public highlighting the importance of good oral care. We also have presentations at BSAVA Congress and the London Vet Show periodically.

Membership is available to accredited medical professionals,

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Download your BVDA CPD Birmingham April 2nd-4th 2019 Flyer here

Download your BVDA CPD Birmingham April 2nd-4th 2019 Booking Form here
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The BVDA also offers practical post-graduate training courses. The format can include morning theory followed by a full afternoon of wetlab, hands-on experience,

CPD calendar

The new GDPR rules are followed by the BVDA committee and there is only restricted access to individuals membership details. No third party has access or will have access to information held. If you wish to check your details please sign into Members Area and check your details. The only details we have are those you have given us for the purpose of receiving information, in electronic or postal format, from the BVDA and to process your Membership and allow you access to  the broader website.

If you require any information that is not available on the website, please contact the BVDA secretary.