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Discoloured tooth with an intact crown – do I need to worry?

27. April 2020

In dogs, discoloured teeth with intact crowns are non-vital in majority (92.2%) of the cases. These teeth can be infected and painful. Therefore, they should be carefully examined and radiographed. It is recommended to treat discoloured teeth.

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Why is an early diagnosis of oral tumours in dogs important?

28. March 2020

Many of the oral tumours in dogs can be cured, if they are diagnosed early. Therefore, do not waste precious time and consult your veterinarian as soon as you notice any change in your dog’s mouth.

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3 steps to the best interpretation of dental radiographs

2. February 2020

Full-mouth dental radiographs are still the golden standard of imaging in veterinary dentistry, especially if the animal is presented for the first time, or if the clinical condition has changed significantly since the previous visit. Without obtaining dental radiographs, there is a great chance to miss clinically important findings and poorly treat the patient.

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