In an area of growing interest to veterinarians, the authors have produced a rapid reference to the practical clinical aspects of small animal dentistry. The text is arranged to reflect the clinicianas thinking and approach to problems: background information, clinical relevance, key points, differential diagnoses, diagnostic tests, and management. Some 400 top-quality illustrationsacolor photos, imaging and diagramsaprovide a critically important complement to the text. The color handbookahere with revised text and referencesaoffers real-life insights into the progression of oral disease and has been welcomed as a working resource by veterinary practitioners and students, and as a valuable review by more advanced veterinary dentists.3 Dentition of the chinchilla, guinea pig, and rabbit. A: Lateral view; B: ... are subject to little wear4. These rodents have three small molar teeth in each quadrant, with anatomical roots that stop growing once fully erupted5, 6. ... For many pet rodents and lagomorphs, the provided food does not match their natural diet. If the dietanbsp;...
|Title||:||Small Animal Dental, Oral and Maxillofacial Disease|
|Author||:||Brook A. Niemiec|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2011-10-15|