Surgical Extraction of the Maxillary Fourth Premolar Tooth in the Dog
- Extraction of Fractured Tooth Roots. Woodward, Tony M. // Journal of Veterinary Dentistry;Jun2006, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p126
The article offers step-by-step instructions for extracting fractured tooth roots.
- Alternative Extraction Techniques in the Dog and Cat. Beckman, Brett; Smith, Mark M. // Journal of Veterinary Dentistry;Summer2011, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p134
The article offers step-by-step instructions for extracting teeths in dog and cat.
- Mucoperiosteal Flap for Extraction of Multiple Teeth in the Maxillary Quadrant of the Cat. Blazejewski, III, Stanley; Lewis, John R.; Reiter, Alexander M. // Journal of Veterinary Dentistry;Sep2006, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p200
The article offers step-by-step instructions for extraction of multiple teeth in the maxillary quadrant of the cat through mucoperiosteal flap technique.
- Surgical Extraction of the Mandibular First Molar Tooth in the Dog. Marretta, Sandra Manfra // Journal of Veterinary Dentistry;Mar2002, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p46
The article describes the step-by-step procedure for surgical extraction of the mandibular first molar tooth in the dog. One anatomical consideration for surgery identified in the article is the proximity of the mandibular canal and the neurovascular structures within the canal. Iatrogenic...
- Surgical Extraction of Impacted Teeth in a Dog. Taney, Kendall G.; Mark M. Smith // Journal of Veterinary Dentistry;Sep2006, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p168
The article discusses the surgical extraction of impacted teeth in a dog. It states that multiple factors including timing of tooth loss, failure of tooth buds or germs to develop in normal situation and injuries during tooth development contribute to tooth impaction. It suggests that many...
- 10 top considerations in performing dental extraction procedures. Kressin, Dale J. // DVM: The Newsmagazine of Veterinary Medicine;Jun2005 In Focus, Vol. 36, p28
The article focuses on dental extraction in animals. There are many indications for dental extractions. The most common indication is severe periodontal disease. Dental extraction can be difficult due to a variety of reasons, including the inability to clearly see small structures. Feline roots...
- Surgical Extraction of the Mandibular Canine Tooth in the Dog. Smith, Mark M. // Journal of Veterinary Dentistry;Mar2001, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p48
The article describes the surgical procedure for extracting the mandibular canine tooth in a dog through buccal or lingual approach. Photographic views and radiographs of the dog's teeth are provided. A scalpel blade and a periosteal elevator were used to incise a mucoperiosteal flap. According...
- Management of Bilateral, Pathologic, Mandibular Fractures in a Dog. Hale, Fraser A. // Journal of Veterinary Dentistry;Mar2002, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p22
The article focuses on the management of apparent spontaneous fractures of the right and left mandibles in an eight-year-old male Yorkshire terrier dog. Teeth extraction procedure was performed based on generalized periodontal and endodontic disease affecting the remaining teeth. It cites that...
- Orbital Penetration Associated with Tooth Extraction. Smith, Mark M.; Smith, Eric M.; La Croix, Noeile; Mould, John // Journal of Veterinary Dentistry;Mar2003, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p8
Three cats and 2 dogs were evaluated for ophthalmologic complications associated with tooth extraction procedures. Orbital penetration leading to ocular and, in one case, brain trauma was secondary to iatrogenic injury from a dental elevator. Outcomes included enucleation of the affected eye in...