By Brook A. Niemiec
In a space of transforming into curiosity to veterinarians, the authors have produced a speedy connection with the sensible scientific facets of small animal dentistry. The textual content is prepared to mirror the clinician’s considering and method of difficulties: heritage details, scientific relevance, key issues, differential diagnoses, diagnostic assessments, and administration. a few four hundred ultimate illustrations—color photographs, imaging and diagrams—provide a significantly vital supplement to the text.
The colour handbook—here with revised textual content and references—offers real-life insights into the development of oral ailment and has been welcomed as a operating source by means of veterinary practitioners and scholars, and as a invaluable evaluate through extra complicated veterinary dentists.
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Note slight relative mesiocclusion of the mandibular premolars in comparison to their maxillary counterparts. (Courtesy of Dr. ) 41 41 Upon external survey, this dog’s nose appeared buckled. Note the denticles buccal to tooth 109 (erupted compound odontoma), the buccal rotation of the mesial portions and crowding of teeth 106 and 107, and the apparent absence of tooth 105. Dental radiography confirmed compound odontomas at teeth 108 and 109. 48 CHAPTER 2 Oral Examination In deciding if interceptive orthodontic extraction is required (and if so which tooth or teeth should be extracted), one should be familiar with the normal location of the permanent teeth.
A strictly carnivorous animal will have less movement rostrally and laterally than an omnivore21–23. This difference in TMJ mobility is the result of the fit of the condylar process of the mandible within the mandibular fossa of the temporal bone. The strictly carnivorous cat has greater congruity of its mandibular condyle and fossa due to a more prominent retroarticular process and articular eminence; this results in decreased translational movement21–23. In conjunction with the rostral mandibular symphysis, subtle changes in angle and rotation of each mandible are possible and essential for 23A normal function.
Fractures; TMJ luxations]). • Jaw stability. g. licking or chewing at the skin; yelping upon yawning; bruxism). • (Pseudo) ptyalism. • Evaluation of air flow through the nostrils (slide test)5 when indicated. g. intertrigo). g. hypothyroidism; allergy). g. hyperparathyroidism). 31 32 31 Lower jaw drooping (due to periodontal disease-induced bilateral pathological mandibular fractures) facilitating hands-off examination of the oral cavity. Gentle traction on the lip hairs enabled visualization of the fractures.
A colour handbook of small animal dentals, oral & maxillofacial disease by Brook A. Niemiec