August 4, 2010

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Anesthesia · Base-Narrow Mandibular Canine Teeth · Cats · Dogs · Extractions · Fractures · Tooth Resorption

 

En Bloc Resection of an Ossifying Epulis in a Dog

Figure 1. Preoperative picture, showing the tumor totally covering the dog's first premolar and partially covering the second premolar. History:...
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Do’s and Don’ts of Treating Fractured Pet Teeth

Figure 1. Diagram of an uncomplicated crown fracture. Several different types of tooth fractures may occur in pets, with crown...
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Treatment Options for Base-Narrow Mandibular Canine Teeth: Part 3, Final Treatment options for BNMCT in permanent dentition

Levering Permanent Teeth A technique utilized occasionally by the author involves gently levering partially erupted permanent canine teeth as needed...
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Treatment Options for Base-Narrow Mandibular Canine Teeth: Part 2, Treatment of BNMCT in permanent dentition

Last month we covered the treatment of BNMCT in primary dentition.When treating BNMCT in permanent dentition, a variety of techniques...
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Treatment Options for Base-Narrow Mandibular Canine Teeth: Part 1

Malocclusion refers to abnormal positioning of the animal's dentition. When malocclusion causes discomfort or interferes with normal function, it should...
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Segmental Mandibulectomy

A 13-year-old Wheaton Terrier presented for an mandibular Osteosarcoma previously diagnosed by incisional biopsy. (more…)
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Primary Canine Tooth Extraction in Dogs

Extraction of primary canine teeth is commonly indicated in dogs. When permanent canine teeth first erupt, the corresponding primary tooth...
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Tooth Resorption in Dogs

Introduction Tooth resorption in dogs (TR) occurs in three primary patterns: internal resorption, idiopathic bony replacement resorption, and osteoclastic resorption...
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