Monitoring ventilation is critical in dogs and cats undergoing dental procedures.
Research is limited in this area of equine veterinary care, but one practitioner has an approach that works.
Flap surgeries, root canals and orthodontic techniques are all legitimate alternatives to extraction in many veterinary dental cases. We owe it to our clients to let them know their options.
Keep pet owners informed through the entire dental examination and extraction process, soothe fears about anesthesia, make jargon-free correlations and address cost concerns with advice from Kendall Taney, DVM, DAVDC, FAVD.
Treating these painful lesions in dogs and cats requires figuring out what's causing them.
Reach more pets, prevent more periodontal disease and make more money for your practice with veterinary technicians who specialize in awake oral assessments.