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Extracting Deciduous Teeth in Dogs

When extracting deciduous teeth in dogs, especially incisors one must keep in mind the anatomy.  It is often necessary to extract the mandibular canines and incisors when treating base narrow canines or a Class II maloclussion in the dog.

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Deciduous Extractions in the Dog

The arrow points to the crown/root interface highlighting the long thin roots on the second and third deciduous incisors.


Extracting Deciduous Teeth in Dogs

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