A Summary Of The Lecture Given By The Keynote Speaker, Professor Iain Chapple, At The BVDA Scientific Meeting 30 March 2011 Periodontal disease increases the rates of all cause mortality in humans. Why? It is believed to be due to the inflammatory process associated with periodontal disease. Elevated levels of biomarkers of inflammation are found […]
When your dog or cat damages a tooth or has gum disease, do you know what to do? Below is a growing number of articles describing various clinical cases, with treatments and suggestions for prevention. We welcome your comments, so please feel free to use the comments box at the bottom.
I have had a spate of dogs with freshly broken teeth being referred to me over the last few weeks. It’s the only veterinary dental procedure which really needs to be treated within 24 hours. The last one was a beautiful working Belgian Shepherd who broke three teeth at once. One dark evening, playing in […]