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Vital Pulpotomy in the Dog and Cat~~#DrDonDeForge No.34

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The Vital Pulpotomy No. 34
DH DeForge, VMD
Fellow of the Academy of Veterinary Dentistry
[Practice Limited to Dentistry]




Vital Pulpotomy-Saving Teeth! The vital pulpotomy is a  procedure used most often in immature teeth in young dogs with a  recent fracture. It can be used in older dogs, with recent crown fractures, if dental x-rays show no radicular pathology.  The client must be told that all dogs undergoing Vital Pulpotomy treatment must have a post-treatment endodontic x-ray in 12  months post-care.  If the apex of the tooth is abnormal, the patient will need a conventional root canal at that time.  The pulpotomy, in young patients, is recommended because it keeps the tooth vital allowing for tooth maturation. If there is radicular pathology, then the patient must undergo conventional root canal therapy.  Besides vital…

INTRODUCING STOMASURG No. 33

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Donald H. DeForge, VMD
Fellow of the Academy of Veterinary Dentistry
Practice Limited to Dentistry
www.SilverSandsVeterinary.com
1-800-838-3368
Milford Veterinary Hospital at Silver Sands
House Calls for Pets Silver Sands
#DrDonDeForgeIntroducing: StomaSurg➽ No. 33 Removing Oral Pain One Patient at a Time!




Gingivostomatitis in the Cat The pathology of gingivostomatitis can affect gingiva, mucosa, tongue, palate, and the pharyngeal area. The salient clinical signs of gingivostomatitis are: swollen, ulcerated, and bleeding gums; lack of appetite or the inability to eat; consequent weight loss; cachexia; excessive salivation; blood in the saliva; halitosis; pawing at the mouth and SEVERE ORAL PAIN! 

Introducing StomaSurg➽
A Surgery for Gingivostomatitis in the Cat using
Guided Bone Regeneration

StomaSurg➽ is the first oral surgery that completely removes Gingivostomatitis in CATS. It is now available in CT and NY.

CT Location-Milford Veterinary Hospital at Silver Sands-17 Seemans Lane, Milford, CT 064…