Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

Oral Surgery and Maxillofacial Surgery vet blogs written by vet specialists Peter Southerden and Andrew Perry from Eastcott Referrals in Swindon. Read about their ground breaking cases and see how you can refer a case or discuss a case with them.

9 articles in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
 
Andrew Perry will be speaking at this year's London Vet Show 15th November 2018.…
UK First for Cutting-Edge Jaw Reconstruction Surgery The Eastcott Referral dentistry and oral surgery team, led by Peter Southerden, has become the first in the UK to use a cutting-edge jaw reconstruction technique in dogs, using prosthetic titanium implants created on a 3D printer. …
Canine Acanthomatous Ameloblastoma referral case study. CAA is a benign tumour, but shows aggressive local behaviour and frequent invasion into bone of the underlying mandible or maxilla.…
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.…
Surgical repair of congenital defect in secondary hard palate in a puppy…
Jaw fractures are a common sequel to trauma such as road accidents and dog bites in cats. Fracture fixation can be challenging but can sometimes be achieved using a relatively simple technique which involves bonding the canine teeth together.…
How well a patient will recover and cope following jaw surgery is a common concern for both vet and owner. Most patients do remarkably well and return to normal function relatively quickly even after major resections.…
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