Congential Abnormalities


Clinically missing mandibular canines (9 month old Jack Russell Terrier)
 

Radiograph of impacted canines (9 month old Jack Russell Terrier)
 


Surgery to removed gingiva overlying impacted canines (9 month old Jack Russell Terrier)
 

Canine erupting (9 month old Jack Russell Terrier)
 


Primary (dog's left) and secondary (dog's right) canines on opposite sides of maxilla (7 month old Doberman pinscher)
 

Radiograph reveals impacted (left maxillary) canine (7 month old Doberman pinscher)
 


Missing maxillary first premolar (3 year old mixed breed dog)
 

Radiograph appearance of abnormally positioned first premolar and radicular cyst (3 year old mixed breed dog)
 

Surgical exposure of first premolar and attached cyst (3 year old mixed breed dog)
 

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
Section 3: Identifying Possible Problems
 
Congential Abnormalities
 
Radiological Diagnosis
 
FORL
 
Endodontic Disease
 
Oral Tumors
Section 4: Aids for Explaining Radiology to Clients

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