Veterinary Dentistry Dental Cases

A FMS that I took of a cat’s mouth revealed a radiodense foreign body in the right maxilla that is likely to be the…

A FMS that I took of a cat's mouth revealed a radiodense foreign body in the right maxilla that is likely to be the end of a bur or a luxator tip. I have attached a radiograph of my palpation probe and extra fine luxators for comparison.

The FB is asymptomatic and there does not appear to be any reaction around it. What are your thoughts about it? I am inclined to leave it in situ. However, if it was causing a problem, how would you facilitate its removal?

Thank you for your help,

David

Veterinary Dental On-Demand Online Courses

The Canine Dentistry Online Course
Comprehensive Feline Dentistry Online Course
Complete 7 Part Extraction Series Online Course
Comprehensive Veterinary Dental Radiongraphic Interpretation Course
Veterinary Dentistry for the Veterinary Technician Online Course

FIND OUT WHY

OUR FRIENDS ARE SMILING

Dr. Nicole Baran's Review for Dr. Brett Beckman's Veterinary Dental Webinars On Demand Online Dentistry Courses
Dr. Greg Wolfus's Review for Dr. Brett Beckman's Veterinary Dental Webinars On Demand Online Dentistry Courses
Dr. Farshid Kiaei's Review for Dr. Brett Beckman's Veterinary Dental Webinars On Demand Online Dentistry Courses
Dr. Erin V. Abarahams's Review for Dr. Brett Beckman's Veterinary Dental Webinars On Demand Online Dentistry Courses 
 
More Vet Reviews More Tech Reviews
Back to Top ▲
[class^="wpforms-"]
[class^="wpforms-"]
[class^="wpforms-"]
[class^="wpforms-"]
[class^="wpforms-"]
[class^="wpforms-"]
[class^="wpforms-"]
[class^="wpforms-"]
[class^="wpforms-"]
[class^="wpforms-"]
[class^="wpforms-"]
[class^="wpforms-"]