This is another post along similar lines to that of Rebecca's about one month ago.
This case involves a 2-year-old German wire-haired pointer that play fights with a companion dog.
He has focal enamel hypoplasia on the mesial aspect of tooth 204 that has probably occurred secondary to focal trauma. In addition, he has chipped the crowns of teeth 103 and 203.
In the last case, Brett recommended crown restoration. I am concerned that if the procedure is carried out, the repaired site may not be able to withstand the trauma that it is likely to be exposed to.
Please can you let me know how these restorations cope with dogs that chew.
I look forward to hearing your views.
Best wishes, David