Henry Schein Brand

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Click on Knowledge Base > Our Publications. bit.ly/VetDentalBG2016 Watch Dental Demos on YouTube Now! 2016 Veterinary Dental Buyer's Guide (855) SCHEIN1 (724-3461) | (855) HSAH-VET (472-4838) | www.henryscheinvet.com/dentistry INSIDE THIS ISSUE Sales & Service ......................... 4–5 The Well Equipped Dental Practice Checklist ............. 6 Business Solutions ................... 8–9 Burs Editorial ....................... 10–11 Burs ...................................... 14–15 Bur Accessories ......................... 16 Dental Models ........................... 16 Endodontics ........................ 18–24 Equipment ........................... 27–50 Handpieces .......................... 52–54 Handpiece Accessories ....... 55–57 Home Care ........................... 60–70 Instrument Kits .................... 72–73 Instrument Sharpening ............. 73 Oral Exam & Cleaning .......... 75–81 Oral Surgery ........................ 83–89 Orthodontics ....................... 90–93 Personal Protection ................... 93 Rabbit/Rodent Dentistry ..... 94–96 Restoratives ....................... 98–103 INSIDE THIS ISSUE Equine Dentistry: A recognized veterinary specialty at last | 14-15 Financial Solutions: What's my practice really worth? | 18 New Products Shopper's Guide | 48-50 Technology Solutions: On the road again: performing better ambulatory care with practice management software | 16 Changing the Colic Conversation Understanding the problem and uncovering smart solutions ¥ BY DR. LYDIA GRAY, SMARTPAK VETERINARIAN & MEDICAL DIRECTOR | 6-9 FALL 2014 EqSol_Fall_14_FC.indd 1 9/16/14 8:25 AM (855) HSAH-VET (472-4838) (855) SCHEIN1 (724-3461) www.henryscheinvet.com VETERINARY 2015–2016 U.S. MASTER CATALOG | Sales & Product Information: (7:00am - 9:00pm EST) Toll-Free: (855) SCHEIN1 (724-3461) (855) HSAH-VET (472-4838) Equine: (855) HSAH-EQ1 (472-4371) Institutions: (800) 552-8387 Technology: (800) 827-4243 x1 Fax: (888) 329-3861 Web: www.henryscheinvet.com Follow our Social Media Network Henry Schein Animal Health 400 Metro Place North Dublin, OH 43017 2015 –2016 U.S. VETERINARY MASTER CATALOG Website: henryscheinvet.com Sign up for our e-newsletter, read our blogs, view our videos, register for webinars, download free tools and more! Publications & Catalogs Articles, tips and useful tools! Add items to your web account directly from our digital pubs just by clicking on the sku#. Go to: henryscheinvet.com. Click on Knowledge Base > Our Publications. Educational Events Visit us at the industry tradeshows and our dental and orthopedic wetlab seminars for hands-on demonstrations and training from product experts. ACTIVE INGREDIENT(S) EXTERNAL PARASITES INTERNAL PARASITES Mfg Product Prescription Canine Feline 1 2 3 Fleas Ticks Mosquitoes Flies Ear Mites Lice Sarcoptic Mange Demodectic Mange Mites Heartworms Hookworms Roundworms Whipworms Tapeworms Duration Bayer Advantage ® II for Cats x imidacloprid pyriproxyfen x 30-day Bayer Advantage ® II for Dogs x imidacloprid pyriproxyfen x x 30-day Bayer Advantage Multi ® Topical Solution for Cats x x imidacloprid moxidectin x x x x x 30-day Bayer Advantage Multi ® Topical Solution for Dogs x x imidacloprid moxidectin x x x x x x 30-day Bayer K9 Advantix ® II x imidacloprid permethrin pyriproxyfen x x x x x 30-day Bayer Profender ® Topical Solution x x emodepside praziquantel x x x 30-day Ceva Vectra 3D ® x dinotefuran pyriproxyfen permethrin x x x x x 30-day Ceva Vectra for Cats ® x dinotefuran pyriproxyfen x 30-day Ceva Vectra for Dogs ® x dinotefuran pyriproxyfen x 30-day Elanco Assurity ® Topical for Cats and Kittens x spinetoram x 30-day Elanco Cheristin ™ for Cats x spinetoram x 30-day Elanco Comfortis ® Chewable Tablets x x x spinosad x 30-day Elanco Trifexis ® for Dogs and Puppies x x spinosad milbemycin oxime x x x x x 30-day Merck Activyl ® x x indoxacarb x 30-day Merck Activyl ® Tick Plus x indoxacarb permethrin x x 30-day Merck Bravecto ™ Chews x x fluralaner x x 90-day* Merck Tri-Heart ® Plus Chewable Tablets x x ivermectin pyrantel x x x 30-day Merial Frontline ® Plus for Cats and Kittens x fipronil (s)-metho- prene x x x 30-day Merial Frontline ® Plus for Dogs and Puppies x fipronil (s)-metho- prene x x x x 30-day Merial Frontline ® Tritak ™ for Cats x fipronil (s)-metho- prene etofenprox x x x 30-day Merial Frontline ® Tritak ™ for Dogs x fipronil (s)-metho- prene cyphenothrin x x x x 30-day Merial Heartgard ® Chewables for Cats x x ivermectin x x 30-day Merial Heartgard ® Chewables for Dogs x x ivermectin x 30-day Merial Heartgard ® Plus Chewables for Dogs x x ivermectin pyrantel x x x 30-day Merial Nexgard ™ Chewables x x afoxolaner x x 30-day Novartis Capstar ® x x nitenpyram x daily Novartis Program ® 6 Month Injectable for Cats x x lufenuron x 6-month Virbac Iverhart Max ® Chewable Tablets x x ivermectin pyrantel praziquantel x x x x 30-day Virbac Iverhart Plus ® Flavored Chewables x x ivermectin pyrantel x x x 30-day Virbac Sentinel ® Flavor Tabs ® x x milbemycin oxime lufenuron x x x x x 30-day Virbac Sentinel ® Spectrum x x milbemycin oxime lufenuron praziquantel x x x x x x 30-day *Bravecto kills fleas, prevents flea infestations, and kills ticks (black-legged tick, American dog tick, and brown dog tick) for 12 weeks. Bravecto also kills lone star ticks for 8 weeks. Flea, Tick and Heartworm Product Chart (855) SCHEIN1 (724-3461) phone | (888) 329-3861 fax | www.henryscheinvet.com (855) SCHEIN1 (724-3461) | (855) HSAH-VET (472-4838) www.henryscheinvet.com 2015 Veterinary Dental Buyer's Guide Your Source for Everything Dental! bit.ly/HSAHVetDentistry2015 HS_VetDentalBuyersGuide_0115.indd 1 INSIDE THIS ISSUE Equine Dentistry: A recognized veterinary specialty at last | 14-15 Financial Solutions: What's my practice really worth? | 18 New Products Shopper's Guide | 48-50 Technology Solutions: On the road again: performing better ambulatory care with practice management software | 16 Changing the Colic Conversation Understanding the problem and uncovering smart solutions BY DR. LYDIA GRAY, SMARTPAK VETERINARIAN & MEDICAL DIRECTOR | 6-9 FALL 2014 y Ed i Conversa Understa U nding the pro uncovering smart BY DR. LYDIA GRAY, SMARTPA & MEDICAL Partnering for Better Business: Leading CPAs discuss importance of pharmacy, nutrition and data ` 10-13 INSIDE THIS ISSUE Useful Tools: Lean Treats Order Form ` 29 Flea, Tick, Heartworm Product Reference ` 30 Client Shareable: Heartworm Awareness ` 34-35 Equine Wellness Want List ` 65 Social Media Seminar ` 28 Hot Topics: C.H.O.I.C.E. Diagnostics ` 14-24 Social media got you frazzled? ` 26-28 Heartworm Awareness Product Spotlight ` 33-37 Switching software smoothly ` 52-53 3/12/15 5:42 PM Reference Materials Infographics, Reference Charts & Posters Protect Your Pet Protect Your Pet Microchips p Can Protect Your Pet if Lost or Stolen average initial expenses for a cat average initial expenses for a ca 1 annual cost of a dog including food, g g veterina veterinary care, ry care, toys an toys and licens d license i veterina ar ry care, oys an e d licens 2 Va Vacc ccin ines es Consult Wit Consult With Your Vete h Your Veterinarian To rinarian To Determine Determine The Vaccine The Vaccines Appropria s Appropriate For Your te For Your Dog Or Cat Dog Or Cat According to T o The Amer he ican Heartworm Society (AHS): DOG DOG DOG CAT CAT CAT • All adult All adult dogs first dogs first starting starting on heartwo on heartw two on heartw eartworm prevent rm p ative shou ative should be test ld be tested ed • All dogs should be tested annually for h y for heartwor rtworm i eart nfection starting at 6 months All dogs s g hould be tested annually for h y eartworm eartworm i rtworm infection starting at 6 months • Treatment Treatment of heartwo of heartworm is esti rm is estimated at 1 mated at 15 times t 5 times th es th 5 times t s the cost of e cost of e cost of a year's p a ye a year s prevention ention revention • Heartworm disease is found in all 50 states and lasts year-r s year-r ar-round ound • For cats • For cats the use , the use he use of prevent of prevent of preventatives is atives is atives is important important important because th because because there is e is cur ere is cur re is cur s currently no rently no rently no approved approved pp drug therapy for heartworm treatment! DISTEMPER DISTEMPER CANINE ADENOVIRUS-2 CANINE PARV CANINE PARVOVIRUS 2 OVIRUS-2 RABIES Canine Parainfluen arainfluenza & Bordetela Bro za & Bordetela Bronchiseptica (Kenne nchiseptica (Kennel Cough) l Cough) Borrelia Burgdorferi (Lyme Disease) Leptospirosis Coronavirus C FELINE PANL FELINE PANLEUKOPENIA I EUKOPENIA FELINE CALICIVIRUS FELINE RHIN FELINE RHINOTRACHEITIS OTRACHEITIS RABIES Feline leukemia Feline AIDS Feline infectious peritonitis Chlamydophila felis Bordetella bronchi Bordetella bronchiseptica septica p d d dogs and cat th t ts that entered an animal shel animal shelter ter return rate with return rate with dogs 52% cats 2% return rate without return rate without RESPONSIBLE PET OWNERSHIP IS A LIFE-LONG & core & core & core & noncore vaccines ) 5 _FinalCover_3_27.indd 1 4/8/15 3:20 PM Access our Media Channel: Scan QR code or bookmark mediachannel.henryscheinvet.com ACTIVE INGREDIENT(S) EXTERNAL PARASITES INTERNAL PARASITES Mfg Product Prescription Canine Feline 1 2 3 Fleas Ticks Mosquitoes Flies Ear Mites Lice Sarcoptic Mange Demodectic Mange Mites Heartworms Hookworms Roundworms Whipworms Tapeworms Duration Bayer Advantage ® II for Cats x imidacloprid pyriproxyfen x 30-day Bayer Advantage ® II for Dogs x imidacloprid pyriproxyfen x x 30-day Bayer Advantage Multi ® Topical Solution for Cats x x imidacloprid moxidectin x x x x x 30-day Bayer Advantage Multi ® Topical Solution for Dogs x x imidacloprid moxidectin x x x x x x 30-day Bayer K9 Advantix ® II x imidacloprid permethrin pyriproxyfen x x x x x 30-day Bayer Profender ® Topical Solution x x emodepside praziquantel x x x 30-day Ceva Vectra 3D ® x dinotefuran pyriproxyfen permethrin x x x x x 30-day Ceva Vectra for Cats ® x dinotefuran pyriproxyfen x 30-day Ceva Vectra for Dogs ® x dinotefuran pyriproxyfen x 30-day Elanco Assurity ® Topical for Cats and Kittens x spinetoram x 30-day Elanco Cheristin ™ for Cats x spinetoram x 30-day Elanco Comfortis ® Chewable Tablets x x x spinosad x 30-day Elanco Trifexis ® for Dogs and Puppies x x spinosad milbemycin oxime x x x x x 30-day Merck Activyl ® x x indoxacarb x 30-day Merck Activyl ® Tick Plus x indoxacarb permethrin x x 30-day Merck Bravecto ™ Chews x x fluralaner x x 90-day* Merck Tri-Heart ® Plus Chewable Tablets x x ivermectin pyrantel x x x 30-day Merial Frontline ® Plus for Cats and Kittens x fipronil (s)-metho- prene x x x 30-day Merial Frontline ® Plus for Dogs and Puppies x fipronil (s)-metho- prene x x x x 30-day Merial Frontline ® Tritak ™ for Cats x fipronil (s)-metho- prene etofenprox x x x 30-day Merial Frontline ® Tritak ™ for Dogs x fipronil (s)-metho- prene cyphenothrin x x x x 30-day Merial Heartgard ® Chewables for Cats x x ivermectin x x 30-day Merial Heartgard ® Chewables for Dogs x x ivermectin x 30-day Merial Heartgard ® Plus Chewables for Dogs x x ivermectin pyrantel x x x 30-day Merial Nexgard ™ Chewables x x afoxolaner x x 30-day Novartis Capstar ® x x nitenpyram x daily Novartis Program ® 6 Month Injectable for Cats x x lufenuron x 6-month Virbac Iverhart Max ® Chewable Tablets x x ivermectin pyrantel praziquantel x x x x 30-day Virbac Iverhart Plus ® Flavored Chewables x x ivermectin pyrantel x x x 30-day Virbac Sentinel ® Flavor Tabs ® x x milbemycin oxime lufenuron x x x x x 30-day Virbac Sentinel ® Spectrum x x milbemycin oxime lufenuron praziquantel x x x x x x 30-day *Bravecto kills fleas, prevents flea infestations, and kills ticks (black-legged tick, American dog tick, and brown dog tick) for 12 weeks. Bravecto also kills lone star ticks for 8 weeks. Flea, Tick and Heartworm Product Chart (855) SCHEIN1 (724-3461) phone | (888) 329-3861 fax | www.henryscheinvet.com Apr15-AHS.indd 30 3/12/15 4:08 PM Reference Materials Infographics, Reference Charts & Posters PROTECT YOUR PET Protect your pet, family and home from flea and tick infestations with your veterinarian's guidance before the season starts. Your veterinarian has the most UP-TO-DATE and effective products Treatment can be difficult and dangerous—Prevention is much easier and more effective Your veterinarian has the most UP-TO-DATE and effective heartworm preventatives Eggs and larvae must be destroyed to prevent reinfestation Common hosts of internal parasites: Rodents Fleas Lice Roaches See your veterinarian for yearly testing to control parasites that pose a risk for family and pets FLEA & TICK CONTROL Why worry about fleas? 1 • Fleas are the most commonly found parasite on pets • Fleas bite and take a blood meal • Flea bites can cause intense itching and an allergic reaction • A heavy infestation of fleas can cause severe anemia and even death • Animals living indoors can have fleas year-round • Fleas can jump on humans to feed • Fleas can act as the intermediate host of tapeworms Why worry about ticks? 1 • Ticks attach to animals and humans and take a blood meal • The tick feeds by inserting its mouthparts into its host • Tick-borne diseases are spread when tick saliva transmits disease organisms into the body and bloodstream • Tick-borne diseases in animals and humans include: - Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever - Lyme Disease HEARTWORM PREVENTION Why worry about heartworms? 1 Heartworms are spread by mosquitoes • When left untreated, heartworms will infect the heart, liver, lungs • Damage from Heartworms includes: - Obstructing blood flow, causing vessels to clot - Interfering with heart mechanics - Liver failure with jaundice - Spontaneous bleeding - Anemia - Death INTERNAL PARASITES Why worry about internal parasites? 2 • Most animals have internal parasites • Young animals can receive them through their mother's milk • Heavy infestations can be deadly • When one animal is infested, all animals in the same household will need treatment VACCINATIONS Why worry about vaccinating? 2 • Protect against diseases carried by unvaccinated animals, for example: - Canine parvovirus - Feline distemper • Protect against diseases transmitted by wildlife, such as: - Rabies - Lyme disease - Leptospirosis Newborns receive antibody protection from their mother, but are not immune to disease Mothers that were never exposed or vaccinated against a disease will not pass on maternal antibody protection Resources: 1 Eldredge, D., Carlson, L., Carlson, D., Giffin, J. (2007). Dog Owner's Home Veterinary Handbook. 4th Edition. Hoboken, New Jersey: Wiley Publishing, Inc. 2 Eldredge, D., Carlson, D., Carlson, L., Giffin, J. (2008). Cat Owner's Home Veterinary Handbook. 3rd Edition. Hoboken, New Jersey: Wiley Publishing, Inc. www.henryscheinvet.com Educational Events Visit us at the industry tradeshows and our dental and orthopedic wetlab seminars for hands-on demonstrations and training from product experts.

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