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The eruption of the secondary, or permanent, dentition occurs between 12 weeks and 28 weeks in dogs. Andrew Perry explores the development and eruption of the secondary, or permanent, teeth in dogs and treatment options for fractures in juvenile teeth.…
Immediate Mandibular Bone Reconstruction Following Segmental Mandibulectomy in a Dog by Peter Southerden BVSc MBA DipEVDC MRCVS RCVS Recognised and European Specialist in Veterinary Dentistry…
Traumatic palatal defects are relatively common in cats and are often associated with maxillary fractures resulting from road traffic accidents and can be a component of “high rise syndrome”. Peter Southerden's dentistry blog follows a recent case. …
Maxillo-mandibular and temporomandibular trauma are common consequences of head injuries in cats and dogs. The most commonly reported causes being road traffic accidents and dog fights. They can present significant challenges in diagnosis and management.…
Gingivitis Stomatitis Complex in Cats by Andy Perry…
Untreated Malocclusion Causing Temporomandibular Joint Pathology and Restricted Jaw Opening…
Florence is a four year old working Retriever. She presented with a soft tissue mass on the buccal aspect of her right mandible at the level of the first molar. …
Surgical repair of congenital defect in secondary hard palate in a puppy…
Quiz on plaque related diseases in the dog. …
A short video examination of a dog with periodontitis…
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