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Pediatric dentistry: An overview of common problems you'll see in practice
Can you readily identify persistent deciduous teeth, malocclusions, and unerupted teeth in puppies and kittens? If these and other oral conditions are caught early and properly treated, you can help start patients on the right path toward good lifelong dental health.


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