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Juvenile veterinary dentistry.
  • F. Hale
  • Medicine
  • The Veterinary clinics of North America. Small…
  • 1 July 2005
The good news is that most dogs and cats live through their first year of life with no dental or oral problems requiring attention. For the others, being aware of the potential problems, recognizingExpand
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Orthodontic Correction of Lingually Displaced Canine Teeth in a Young Dog Using Light-cured Acrylic Resin
  • F. Hale
  • Medicine
  • Journal of veterinary dentistry
  • 1 June 1996
Lingually displaced canine teeth is a common malocclusion condition in dogs, the treatment of which has been described 1,2,3,4,5. Several of the previously reported treatment regimens involve the useExpand
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Localized Intrinsic Staining of Teeth Due to Pulpitis and Pulp Necrosis in Dogs
  • F. Hale
  • Medicine
  • Journal of veterinary dentistry
  • 1 March 2001
Dental charts and records of 71 dogs were reviewed and 84 intact tooth crowns were noted to have been entirely discolored in shades of pink, purple, grey, or tan. Endodontic therapy was performed onExpand
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Evidence-Based Veterinary Dentistry: A Systematic Review of Homecare for Prevention of Periodontal Disease in Dogs and Cats
Successful treatment and prevention of periodontal disease in pet animals requires a multidimensional approach to identify and eliminate exacerbating factors, provide scheduled professionalExpand
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Dental caries in the dog.
  • F. Hale
  • Medicine
  • Journal of veterinary dentistry
  • 1 December 2009
The dental records of 435 dogs seen in a dental referral practice were reviewed. Twenty-three dogs (5.3%) had one or more caries lesions. Of the 47 caries lesions, 19 (40%) were pit and fissureExpand
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Home care for the veterinary dental patient.
  • F. Hale
  • Medicine
  • Journal of veterinary dentistry
  • 1 March 2003
There is a dizzying array of home care products and aids available for veterinary clients to use for their pets. Although it can be confusing for veterinarians to determine which products to use andExpand
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Crown lengthening for mandibular and maxillary canine teeth in the dog.
  • F. Hale
  • Medicine
  • Journal of veterinary dentistry
  • 1 December 2001
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Dental Caries in the Dog
  • F. Hale
  • Medicine
  • The Canadian veterinary journal = La revue…
  • 1 June 1998
The dental records of 435 dogs seen in a dental referral practice were reviewed. Twenty-three dogs (5.3%) had one or more caries lesions. Of the 47 caries lesions, 19 (40%) were pit and fissureExpand
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Prevention of hypothermia in cats during routine oral hygiene procedures.
While thermally supported cats experienced a drop in body temperature during dental procedures, the drop was significantly greater in cats without thermal support. As cats are at risk of developingExpand
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Compound Odontoma in a Dog
Compound odontomas are rare tumors of dental origin. Though benign, their effect as a space occupying lesion can be dramatic. A large compound odontoma in the caudal right mandible of a five and aExpand
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