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Periodontal Disease - Veterinary case study on how to treat & save teeth

Periodontal Disease Veterinary Case Study On How To Treat Save Teeth 1
Posted in Festival of All Things Dental at 06 August, 2020

Periodontal disease in pets doesn't have to lead to extraction. In the majority of small animal practices, teeth with deep periodontal pockets, alveolar bone loss and furcation exposure are extracted; but with correct diagnosis, dental radiographs, specif...

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Posted by Dr David E Clarke Registered Specialist Veterinary Dentistry & Oral Surgery Dental Care For Pets
 

iM3 Case Study: Use of Synergy Synthetic Bone Graft on Boxer with a Unilateral Dentigerous Cyst

iM3 Case Study: Use of Synergy Synthetic Bone Graft
Posted in Festival of All Things Dental at 21 November, 2019

Signalment: Rocket, a three-year-old, male neutered pure breed Boxer. Reason for presentation: Investigation of missing teeth which was identified during a yearly wellness examination, and an annual COHAT (Comprehensive Oral Health Assessment and Treatme...

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Posted by Dr. Kayoko Kuroda (BVSc MANZCVS Small Animal Dentistry & Oral Surgery) Northside Veterinary Care
 

iM3 Case Study: Management of a traumatic Class II malocclusion in a 6mth old Labrador dog

Im3 Management Of A Traumatic Class Ii Malocclusion In A 6mth Old Labrador
Posted in Festival of All Things Dental at 29 September, 2019

Background and treatment options for traumatic malocclusion due to linguoverted mandibular canine teeth ('base narrow') Linguoversion of the mandibular canine tooth/teeth is where one or both mandibular canines is lingually displaced from their normal po...

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Posted by Dr. Anthony Caiafa BVSc, BDSc, MANZCVS
 

Case study: Elderly dog presenting with stage 4 periodontal disease & tooth root in nasal cavity

Figure 1 Stage Periodontal Disease With Draining Buccal Mucosa Sinus Tooth 2018
Posted in Festival of All Things Dental at 05 May, 2016

A case where intraoral radiographs were essential in the diagnosis & treatment planning for periodontal disease. A 9 year old desexed female Border Collie was referred to the Veterinary Referral Practice with a long standing history of severe halitosis...

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Posted by Adjunct Associate Professor Anthony Caiafa, North Coast Veterinary Specialists
 

Veterinary Dental Case Study: Intra-oral radiographs to rule out pathology

Im3 Case Study Figure 1 Foster With Left Side Facial Swelling 1
Posted in Festival of All Things Dental at 27 April, 2016

Sometimes, diagnostic tests such as radiographs are taken to rule out pathology rather than to detect it. A 9 year old desexed male Golden Retriever cross Labrador "Foster" was referred to a Veterinary Specialist Referral Practice with a history of a sudd...

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Posted by Adjunct Associate Professor Anthony Caiafa, North Coast Veterinary Specialists
 

Veterinary dental radiography... Good medicine makes good business sense. Part 1

Veterinary Dental Radiography
Posted in Festival of All Things Dental at 22 March, 2016

Still not convinced that dental radiology is right for your veterinary practice? Dr Amanda Hulands-Nave is the Secretary/Treasurer of the Australian Veterinary Dental Society (AVDS) and has generously shared some of the information she'll be discussing......

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Posted by Dr Amanda Hulands-Nave BVSc(Hons) MVSt MACVSc (SA Med) MANZCVS (SA Dent)
 

Veterinary dental radiography...Good medicine makes good business sense. Part 2

Veterinary Dental Radiography
Posted in Festival of All Things Dental at 22 March, 2016

Still not convinced that dental radiology is right for your veterinary practice? Good business - why is dental radiography important to your business? Dr Amanda Hulands-Neave explains in Part 2 of our Guest blog series......

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Posted by Dr Amanda Hulands-Nave BVSc(Hons) MVSt MACVSc (SA Med) MANZCVS (SA Dent)
 

How to ask for money (Great tips for everyone working in the veterinary industry)

How To Ask For Money Tips For Everyone Working In The Veterinary Industry
Posted in Festival of All Things Dental at 27 August, 2015

Think your veterinary clients won't pay for dental treatments? Maybe you're just not asking them the right way.... It's dental month again, and I thought it would be appropriate to talk about how to discuss money since we seem to find it hard to ask......

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Posted by Dr Ilana Mendels Director VetPrac
 

Veterinary Dentistry and your Practice...YES .. it really is worth it!

Veterinary Dentistry Yes It Is Worth It
Posted in Festival of All Things Dental at 27 August, 2015

Not convinced you should spend the time and effort developing a successful dentistry program for your veterinary practice? Then you need to keep reading.......

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Posted by Dr Diederik Gelderman, Turbo Charge Your Practice
 

Pet dental health AND behaviour enrichment toys - 2 benefits for the price of one!

Cat Playing With Catnip Toy
Posted in Festival of All Things Dental at 13 August, 2015

It's pet dental health month now you may be asking how behaviour enrichment has anything to do with good dental hygiene? Well, did you know that there is at least two companies that now provide behaviour enrichment toys that incorporate dental chews...

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Posted by Gillian Shippen, Nurse Manager, Director Pets Need A Life Too
 

What if I don't like or enjoy veterinary dentistry?

What If I Dont Like Or Enjoy Veterinary Dentistry
Posted in Festival of All Things Dental at 13 August, 2015

As a veterinarian, I will admit that at times I've had a love hate relationship with dentistry. I still remember in my second practice as a recent graduate, I was working sole charge and had to extract a carnassial on a Labrador. I was still going an hour...

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Posted by Dr Natasha Wilks, High Performance Vets
 

How to successfully book in that veterinary dental procedure

How To Successfully Book In That Veterinary Dental Procedure
Posted in Festival of All Things Dental at 13 August, 2015

It's FatD time and as I contemplated whether or not I have anything to offer this year my mind drifted back to a recent conversation with our vet team. As it turns out I had been managing to book in more dental procedures than some of the other team mem...

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5 Comments   Posted by Dr Rhys Hayward, Vets First
 

Oral Surgery Case Study: Extraction of Mandibular Deciduous Canine Teeth due to Malocclusion

Zeta Oral Surgery Dr David Clarke Fatd
Posted in Festival of All Things Dental at 05 August, 2015

Dental Specialist Dr David Clarke opens up his Case Notes to share with Vetanswers... History/presentation: Zeta, a female 13 week old English Staffordshire Terrier was referred following presentation at her regular veterinarian for a routine vaccination...

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Posted by Dr David E. Clarke, Registered Specialist, Veterinary Dentistry, Hallam Veterinary Clinic
 

Dental Quotes & Images to Share Online with your Veterinary Clients

Dental Quotes Images To Share With Your Veterinary Clients During Fatd Vetanswers
Posted in Festival of All Things Dental at 04 August, 2015

Often you'll catch your client's attention with an image rather than just words. Sometimes you need a big pair of brown (or blue or green) eyes looking at you to help a message to sink in. In this case it's all about the importance of pet dental health .....

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Posted by Judy Gillespie, Vetanswers
 

Flip the lip and count those teeth

FatD Vetanswers Flip the Lip Pic 3
Posted in Festival of All Things Dental at 30 July, 2015

If there was a simple thing that was quick, easy but that would improve your client's perception of a vet visit you would do it, wouldn't you? All of us "Flip the Lip" well, especially during Pet Dental Month, but how many of you start counting teeth......

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Posted by Dr Liz Chmurycz, Russell Vale Animal Clinic
 

Your kick butt veterinary dental program

Kick Butt Veterinary Dental Program
Posted in Festival of All Things Dental at 30 July, 2015

Kick butt with a dental program that can consistently, easily and successfully get your dental income up to between 8% and 10% of gross fee income. An untapped, currently un-used and possibly even unrecognised market......

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Posted by Dr Diederik Gelderman, Turbo Charge Your Practice
 

To make your veterinary dental program work - your team must believe!

Dental Xray
Posted in Festival of All Things Dental at 11 September, 2014

Before you can successfully promote any service in your veterinary practice, your whole team must believe in its value. This ensures a consistent message about the need and value of the service. In our practice, we are 100% committed to dentistry...

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Posted by Dr Natasha Wilks, High Performance Vets
 

Let's talk about the big 3.. reasons your veterinary dental program isn't working!

The Big 3
Posted in Festival of All Things Dental at 03 September, 2014

Best practice dentistry isn't a program - it's a belief and a culture. Stop thinking "dental program" as if it's an initiative that falls outside the bounds of NORMAL companion animal practice and start recognising dentistry as part and parcel of high qua...

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3 Comments   Posted by Dr Gary Turnbull, Managing Director, Lincoln Institue
 

Rascally ferrets, fat rabbits & pets with scales...all have teeth that need checking

Rascally Ferret Teeth
Posted in Festival of All Things Dental at 18 August, 2014

Guest Blogger Dr Jayne Weller offers some great tips on how to check the dental health of some of your not-so-common patients ... the wriggly ferret, fat rabbit, guinea pig & the scaly creatures...

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Posted by Dr Jayne Weller, Animal Referral Hospital, Sydney
 

Work in a veterinary practice? Then you're in the sales business.

Work In A Veterinary Practice Were In The Sales Business Flip 2
Posted in Festival of All Things Dental at 18 August, 2014

You are obviously reading this either on your phone, your tablet or a computer. You are wearing clothes. You drive a car, sleep in a bed and eat food from your local store off crockery you purchased. Someone sold all of that to you. Now when you purchase...

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Posted by Dr Natasha Wilks, High Performance Vets
 
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