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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 Guest Blogger 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 Guest Blogger 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
 

Top 10 Veterinary Blog Posts for April 2018

Top 10 Veterinary Blog Posts For April 2018 1
Posted in Operations at 03 May, 2018

Which blog posts and resources caught the attention of our veterinary community during April? In case you missed them the first time around here are the top 10 blog posts .......

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Posted by Judy Gillespie & a variety of guest bloggers
 

Top 10 Veterinary Blog Posts & Resources for February 2017

Top Blog Posts For February 2017 1
Posted in Our Community at 02 March, 2017

Thre results are in! Which of the Vetanswers blog posts and resources were the most popular in February? In case you missed them the first time around........

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Posted by Judy Gillespie, Vetanswers
 

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

Periodontal Disease Veterinary Case Study On How To Treat And Save Teeth
Posted in Festival of All Things Dental at 16 February, 2017

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
 
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