Dr. Christopher Snyder discusses whether this is a viable option for dogs and cats.
Veterinary dentist Dr. Christopher Snyder discusses which at-home measures are appropriate for which pets.
Do you know what your clients think they know about their dogs' dental health?
Clients get the most knowledgeable advice about dental care from veterinary teams, and purchasing (and re-purchasing) dental products from you positions pet owners to successfully maximize their pets' dental health. Here's how to stay top of mind.
You see a possible lesion on a veterinary patient's dental film—here's how to tell if it's the real thing.
Dr. Wade Gingerich explains how the right instruments can make all the difference when performing feline oral surgery and dental procedures.
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.