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Articles by Peter Emily, DDS, DAVDC (Honorary)

Peter Emily, DDS, DAVDC (Honorary)


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Management of selected mandibular and maxillary fractures (Proceedings)
August 1, 2011

There are many techniques currently employed for Mandibular fracture repair. They range from simple tape muzzle placement to various forms of invasive surgical reduction. Surgical reduction techniques include intra oral wire cerclage or ligation, osseous plating, inter medullary pining to extra-oral fixation appliances or combinations thereof.

Composite restorative dentistry in your practice (Proceedings)
August 1, 2011

Dental materials and their applications are the most rapidly evolving developments in both human and veterinary dentistry. The varied applications of dental composites in veterinary dentistry beyond their use in human dentistry are cutting edge innovations.

Practical regional anesthesia for dentistry and oral surgery (Proceedings)
August 1, 2011

Local anesthesia is employed prior to all dental procedures. Dental procedures can be very painful. The patient often can feel dental procedures while under inhalation anesthesia.

Dentistry, the oral exam: practical anatomy and common pathology (Proceedings)
August 1, 2011

The etiology of dental malocclusion in dogs and cats has been explored to a large degree in recent years due to the strong emphasis on veterinary dentistry.

Noninvasive mandibular and symphyseal fracture reduction (Proceedings)
August 1, 2011

There are many techniques currently employed for Mandibular fracture repair. They range from simple tape muzzle placement to various forms of invasive surgical reduction. Surgical reduction techniques include intra oral wire cerclage or ligation, osseous plating, inter medullary pining to extra-oral fixation appliances or combinations thereof.

Periodontal disease and the complete dental prophylaxis (Proceedings)
August 1, 2011

Periodontal disease begins as an infiltrate subjacent to the epithelium of the gingival margin and rapidly extends throughout the marginal gingiva to affect the connective tissue underlying both the oral and the sulcular epithelium. In addition, there are pathologic alterations of both the sulcular and the oral epithelium of the marginal gingiva.

Surgical extractions (Proceedings)
August 1, 2011

Teeth are extracted for a number of reasons. These include periodontal disease, caries, advanced feline dental resorptive lesions apical abscesses, traumatic malocclusion, tooth root fracture, tooth crown fracture, retained deciduous, teeth, root tips, supernumerary teeth and client preference.

Successful closure of oronasal fistulae (Proceedings)
August 1, 2011

Oronasal fistulae (ONF) are communicating tracts between the nasal cavity and the mouth. The patient presents with continual nasal drainage of fluids and mixed particles of food discharged through the nose.

Noninvasive mandibular and symphyseal management (Proceedings)
May 1, 2011

There are many techniques currently employed for Mandibular fracture repair. They range from simple tape muzzle placement to various forms of invasive surgical reduction. Surgical reduction techniques include intra oral wire cerclage or ligation, osseous plating, inter medullary pining to extra-oral fixation appliances or combinations thereof.

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