Feline Oral Resorptive Lesion Treated with Glass Ionomer Cement


Class II feline oral resorptive lesion on upper third premolar
 


As long as X-rays do not show extension of the lesion into the pulp or root resorption, glass ionomer restoration (pictured), prior to whitestone polishing may be helpful in treating a feline oral resorptive lesion.
 

Table of Contents
Smile Book I
Common Dental Problems and Procedures
(1996)
Jan Bellows, D.V.M. Diplomate, American Veterinary Dental College
Introduction
Section 1: Extraction of Retained Deciduous Teeth
Section 2: Periodontal Disease
Section 3: Endodontics
Section 4: Feline Oral Resorptive Lesions
Section 5: Feline Stomatitis Syndrome
Section 6: Orthodontics

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