You see a possible lesion on a veterinary patient's dental film—here's how to tell if it's the real thing.
What's causing the two small openings lateral to this dog's incisive papillae?
Intraoral radiography can help identify this pathology in your patients—and guide you toward the next step in your treatment plan.
Periodontal disease is common in veterinary medicine and often requires surgical intervention. But some cases are more challenging than others—and knowing when to refer is key for good outcomes.
New standard applies to all dental procedures, including cleaning.
Digital imaging systems will enhance periodontal wellness for your veterinary patients—when you know how to present the benefits to clients.
Get answers to your most commonly asked questions about two essential components of dental care in veterinary patients.
Full mouth extractions offer hope for a cat with widespread oral inflammation.
An overview on how to address malocclusion and other orthodontic problems in pets.