We are so excited to announce we are adding Dental Radiographs to our Dental procedures!
There are many advantages of taking dental radiographs (or x-rays)! Here are a few!
pathology below the gingiva and inside the tooth documenting the presence of
lesions to support treatment decisions.
an area where the teeth are not clinically apparent for root fragments.
the cause of chronic nasal discharge.
the number of permanent teeth present in a puppy or kitten as part of a
detailed soundness examination before the secondary teeth erupt. Some breeds
must have a minimum number of teeth to be accepted in the show ring.
orientation and documentation of root structure before extraction.
after extraction to confirm all root fragments were removed.
evaluation of gross tumor margins to help plan surgery.
planning evaluation when periodontal disease is present (gingival bleeding on
probing, tooth mobility, gingival recession, furcation exposure, increased
feline odontoclastic resorptive lesions (FORLs).
oral and facial swellings.
pre-operative, intra-operative and post-operative endodontic treatment.