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Veterinary Dentistry for the General Practitioner, 2e Author: -
Title: Veterinary Dentistry for the General Practitioner, 2e
ISBN: 0702049433
ISBN13: 978-0702049439
Other Formats: rtf lrf mobi azw
Pages: 240 pages
Publisher: Saunders Ltd.; 2 edition (April 26, 2013)
Language: English
Category: Other
Size PDF version: 1307 kb
Size EPUB version: 1607 kb
Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences




The new edition of Veterinary Dentistry for the General Practitioner has been thoroughly revised and updated to ensure it continues to meet the needs of today’s veterinarians and veterinary students. The book offers all the theoretical knowledge and practical help any general practitioner needs in order to practise good dentistry, providing comprehensive and detailed knowledge of how to diagnose, prevent and treat common oral conditions in the dog and cat. It also presents information as to diagnosis and initial management of less common diseases, where the ultimate treatment will generally be performed by a specialist but the general practitioner needs to be able to identify a problem and have a basic understanding of the pathophysiology of the tissues involved. Dental conditions of lagomorphs and rodents are also covered.

In its new second edition Veterinary Dentistry for the General Practitioner remains the complete resource for the general veterinarian and unique in its detailed focus on common dental conditions.

Concentrates on the most commonly encountered dental problems in small animal practiceThe author is a world authority on small animal dentistry and provides practical tips and unique insights on best practiceColor photographs and high-quality illustrations make this an essential consulting room companionHighlights risks associated with various proceduresIncludes details of how to manage complicationsIncludes the common diseases in the dog and cat, but also deals with dental disorders in lagomorphs and rodents, as these are becoming increasingly popular as pets