An overview on how to address malocclusion and other orthodontic problems in pets.
Missing or extra teeth must be caught early to prevent more serious dental problems down the line.
Hair in the oral cavity? Is it a problem? If so, what can you do about it?
How a foundation is keeping all creatures wild and wonderful in good oral health—and how you can help.
Visual examination, anesthetized probing and intraoral radiography can help veterinarians assess each patient's level of disease.
Visual examination, anesthetized probing and intraoral radiography can help you assess each patientâ€™s level of disease.
Gingival bleeding on probing indicates inflammation and requires treatment.
Sorting through your choices for repairing these deep-seated defects.
Depending on the degree of disease, locally applied antimicrobials may help.
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