Developing Tooth Trauma in a Puppy Resulting in Unerupted Nonvital Canine

Puppy Tooth Trauma Developing Tooth Trauma in a Puppy Resulting in Unerupted Nonvital Canine

Developing Tooth Trauma in a Puppy Resulting in Unerupted Nonvital Canine

 

Dr. Beckman,
This is Sadie, a 6 year old JRT presented for OVH. An incompletely erupted crown of #204 was noticed. Also seen was discoloration of crown of #203. Lateral and lateral-oblique dental radiographs were taken after dental prophylaxis performed. The record indicates she may have suffered facial trauma (hit w/ golf ball) as puppy. Thanks! David Kane, dental tech @ Woodworth Animal Hospital (Waynesboro, VA)

 

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