Endodontic Disease


Worn premolar (11 year old German Shepherd dog)
 

Internal resorption; pulp canal widened (11 year old German Shepherd dog)
 


Marked internal resorption feline mandibular molar
 

Resorbed canine apex secondary to pulpal exposure (arrow)
 


Lesion noted on labial surface of maxillary canine
 

Radiographs reveal external resorption lesion; pulp canal appears normal
 

Extracted tooth
 


Root fragment with periapical lucency
 


Pulpal exposure from slab fracture leading to periapical lucency
 


Combined endo-perio lesion
 

Post operative conventional endodontics
 

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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