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Dear Colleagues

Dear Colleagues,

I would be grateful for your input regarding this case that involves a 7-year-old black Labrador bitch, Molly.

I noticed an enamel defect on the buccal aspect of the mesial cusp of tooth 409, which is apparently asymptomatic, in March.

I plan a COHAT. If there is no evidence of any endodontic disease would you treat it conservatively, and monitor the tooth? If that is your recommendation, then, how often would you recommend follow up radiographs? Alternatively, would you recommend a crown restoration, and is it likely that the restoration will become chipped off?

Thank you for your help,

Best wishes,

David

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