That dreaded moment when you peer into a patient's mouth and see what might be a tumor. Have the following questions been on the tip of your tongue? We've got the answers from veterinary oncologist Dr. Laura Garrett.
When hair becomes embedded in the oral cavities of your veterinary patients, it can cause inflammation and the destruction of periodontal attachment. Know where to look for it, how to treat it and how to keep it from recurring.
Digital radiography has the better image, says dentistry-focused veterinarian Dave Nicol, BVMS. But, boy, those computed radiography cassettes are a lot cheaper for the veterinary practice manager to replace if something goes south.