Normal Radiographic Anatomy - Dog


Maxillary incisors
 

Maxillary canine
 

Maxillary premolars
 


Mandibular canine
 

Mandibular premolars
 

Mandibular molars (second molar has furcation exposure due to periodontal disease.
 


Mandibular first molar (arrows pointing to mandibular canal)
 

Missing first mandibular premolar. Posterior (A) and middle (B) mental foramina. Endodontic lesion (C).
 

Maxillary premolars (arrows on sinus)
 

Table of Contents
Smile Book II
Dental Radiology
(1998)
Jan Bellows, D.V.M. Diplomate, American Veterinary Dental College
Introduction
About the Author
Section 1: Getting Started - The Tools
Section 2: Getting Started - What to Look For
 
Normal Anatomy - Dog
 
Normal Anatomy - Cat
Section 3: Identifying Possible Problems
Section 4: Aids for Explaining Radiology to Clients

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