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Good morning. This is my first use of this community so please forgive if I don't get everything in the question. 🙂 We have a 5 year old MN Labrador retriever who presented for cleaning and his entire mouth looked like this. We have radiographs and I am trying to figure out how to get them from our software to this community. We cleaned the teeth and sent in a piece of gingiva for path review and the report has called this lymphoplasmocytic gingivitis and supportive inflammation. I was wondering if there may be any other thoughts on things like if there may be an immune component to if the only treatment is extractions of any affected/all teeth? I'll get radiographs up asap but there were no surprises. Poor young lab. Thank you for your feedback.

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