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Class 1
(uncomplicated - enamel only)
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Mandibular canine
 
Class 2
(uncomplicated - near pulp exposure
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Maxillary canine
 
Class 2b
(uncomplicated near pulp/root fracture)
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Mandibular canine
 

Class 3
(complicated - enters the pulp chamber)
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Feline maxillary canine acute fracture (red pulp)
 
Class 3
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Mandibular canine chronic fracture (brown pulp)
 
Class 3
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Fractured primary maxillary incisor causing an endodontic abscess
 

Class 3b
(complicated - crown/root fracture)
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Slab fracture of maxillary fourth premolar
 
Class 3b
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Pulp exposed after slab removed (black arrow) white arrows indicate subgingival involvement
 
Class 4
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Root fracture
 

Table of Contents
Smile Book IV
Small Animal Dental Anatomy, Pathology, and Charting
(2004)
Jan Bellows, D.V.M. Diplomate, American Veterinary Dental College
About The Author
Introduction
Dental Charting
Abbreviations
Normal Canine Dental Anatomy
Normal Feline Dental Anatomy
Congenital Dental Pathology
Periodontal Disease
Periodontal Examination
The Traumatized Tooth
Fractured Tooth Classification
Odontoclastic Resorption
Occlusion/Normal
Malocclusion
Benign Oral Masses
Malignant Oral Masses
Glossary
Drug Inserts

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