Sticks and stones may break your veterinary patients’ teeth, but these words (from you) can really hurt them: “Let’s keep an eye on it.”
Understanding how tooth resorption is diagnosed and classified enables you to provide better patient care and to increase patient comfort.
Early detection of disease is key to maximizing an older dog’s quality of life. Teaching owners about common ailments can help these ptients get appropriate treatment sooner rather than later.
Most of the tooth is located below the gumline and out of view. Intraoral radiography can yield invaluable diagnostic information about your patients’ oral health.
When it comes to dental care, sometimes immediate action is a must for your patient’s health and comfort.
On this episode of The Vet Blast Podcast Dr Adam Christman is joined by veterinary dentist Dr Jan Bellows, who shares several key ways to improve dentistry at your practice.