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Feline and Canine Dental Vinyl Wall Decal (Small)

by Kat Geesaman
$40.00

Product Code:
FCWDS
Pages:
0
Publication Year:
2021
Format:
Other
Dimensions:
12" x 6.5"
Publisher:
Ransom Studios


Decorate your practice while streamlining your dental processes! Bold and colorful, this peel-and-stick feline and canine dental chart comes on clear vinyl that can be placed seamlessly on the wall of your practice’s dental or surgical suite, treatment area, or in exam rooms to aid in client education. The chart is available in three sizes so you can pick the perfect fit for your hospital’s wall space.

All practice members will appreciate the easy-to-read illustrated dental chart. Featuring views of both the maxilla and mandible of canine and feline teeth, it is color coded with large, easily visible numbers to make your dental exams, cleanings, trainings, and procedures efficient and accurate.

Originally commissioned as a mural from artist and former veterinary assistant Kat Geesaman, this decal is a digital rendition that has been printed on a clear intermediate calendared PVC film. Durable for up to five years, the design has a 3.5-mm calendared overlaminate that will protect from UV wear, abrasion, and general weathering, and has a matte finish to help with graphic readability. Please note that the decal is best applied on smooth to moderately textured walls with a light, neutral wall color and, once placed, is not repositionable.

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Wall decal installation instructions

 
Kat Geesaman is an artist and former veterinary assistant who has a love and admiration for nature and the animal world. She has worked at various animal hospitals and the National Smithsonian Zoo, but recently relocated to St. Petersburg, Florida, to pursue her artwork full time. Geesaman’s work is known for her bold use of vibrant colors, her dedication to upcycling and recycling materials, and a focus on the animal world that she loves so much. Geesaman founded her art gallery, Ransom Studios—named after her faithful German shepherd—in 2019.