Presentation on theme: "Website Dental Pictures. Normal dental radiographic appearance of premolar teeth."— Presentation transcript:
Website Dental Pictures
Normal dental radiographic appearance of premolar teeth
Tooth root abscess
Tooth Resorption in a cat
Tooth resorption in a dog
Severe feline gingivostomatitis
Before and after composite restoration of a canine tooth.
Applied orthodontic acrylic device to correct malocclusion of the mandibular canine teeth
Before and after canine tooth restoration.
Severe periodontal disease…this is what we want to avoid!
Persistent deciduous tooth. These teeth must be extracted as soon as they are evident or risk significant periodontal problems.
These radiographs were from different patients and all three had normal appearing gingiva and crowns. Radiographic evidence of pathology showing severe bone loss, tooth infection (abscess), and the below dental radiograph shows a non-vital pulp (dead tooth).
Endodontic Procedure (root canal) – Using Light Speed System by Discus Dental
Pathological fracture of the mandible
Maxillary screw expansion device applied to correct incisor alignment.
Discolored tooth no. 404 secondary to pulp trauma 404
Bilateral impaction of mandibular canines. Tooth no. 304 has a dentigerous cyst developing around it. Both caine teeth were extracted and Consil® was applied to the sockets and the tissues sutured. Note the absence of premolars overlying
Crown reduction (an endodontic procedure) in a feline to lessen the affects of biting.
Cleft Palate in 3 mo. old puppy Post surgical repair of cleft palate
Metal crown to protect remaining canine tooth secondary to a tooth crown fracture and root canal in a police dog.