Read about Molly, a six year old canine, who came in for a routine dental procedure with Dr. Chris. Upon full mouth examination under anesthesia, Dr. Chris found a fractured molar on the lingual side (inside) of the dog’s tooth. This condition would have been nearly impossible to detect upon regular physical examination. Anesthetic dental procedures can reveal dental conditions that are not apparent when a pet is awake and alert!
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