Today's Daily Dose: FORL


Today's Daily Dose: FORL

Apr 15, 2011
By staff
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“Every cat presented for dental treatment should undergo a full-mouth series of dental radiographs to screen for FORLs. However, it is possible to miss some lesions if you are relying on radiography alone. So the best diagnostic plan is to combine the findings of a thorough oral examination in an anesthetized patient with the results of a full-mouth dental radiographic examination.”

—Daniel T. Carmichael, DVM, DAVDC

From How to detect and treat feline odonotoclastic resorptive lesions