Dental radiography in veterinary practice

Helen Mielnik
Sunday, July 1, 2012

The structure of the oral cavity poses significant challenges in the diagnosis of dental disease. When disease or trauma occur beneath the gingival margin, the inability to see sub-gingival tissues can obscure the extent of the problem and prevent timely treatment. Considering the potential number of sub-gingival pathologies, dental radiography is a non-invasive tool which provides significant benefits in terms of diagnosis and treatment.

Dental radiography in veterinary practice
Dental radiography in veterinary practice

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