I finally achieved one (not one, two! 🙂 ) of my career goals – I am now working with two fabulous residents! Now you may think – good for her, lady can now finally be travelling only … well, I do just as I did before, but with much less time praticularly for updating my blog. And 2023 was colorful between our patients, students, congresses and workshops … and how does 2024 look like?
Teeth in dogs and cats only “grow” during the eruption, which is generally completed by the 6 months of age of a dog or a cat. Any later outwards movement of the tooth/teeth is abnormal and needs to be addressed with your vet.
Plaque and calculus accumulation is a normal and constant process. While dental calculus is not directly associated with periodontal disease, dental plaque is the main reason for the start and progression of periodontal disease. Let’s have a look into some myths and facts about dental deposits!
Does your dog love playing fetch with sticks or tennis balls, diving for rocks, chewing on hooves, antlers, ice-cubes or chasing bikes and cars? It is time to change these behaviours. Why?
During the pandemic restrictions we learned the value of “live” meetings, but realized there is place for online education as well!
Odontogenic cysts are epithelial-lined cavities containing fluid in the jaws. These lesions cause animals discomfort and may enlarge significantly leading to several potential complications, therefore they should be diagnosed and treated early.
It was not an easy 2021 to travel and work, but with good organisation we realized quite a few very nice (and safe) live meetings to add to those continued online. This definitely gives us hopes for a creative and lively 2022!
Dogs, too, can suffer from malocclusion. See your veterinarian, if you have noticed malocclusion in your dog.