The Assessment and Clinical Evolution of Dog Paradontopathy

Miuste, Aurel; Beteg, Florin; Donisa, Alina; Muste, M.; Bota, Andreea; Krupaci, A.
July 2010
Bulletin of the University of Agricultural Sciences & Veterinary;2010, Vol. 67 Issue 2, p178
Academic Journal
The present paper is a study about dog's paradontopathy diseases made on 27 subjects by different ages, breed and both genders. The dental disease evolution is different from one subject to another and can evolutes with moderate or critical prognostic. The appearances of paradontopathy have direct correlation with oral hygiene, type of food and animal age. The treatment depends by disease stages, can be simple in stage I or ample (surgical treatment) in stage III and IV.


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