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Hi Everyone

Hi Everyone,

I would be pleased to learn the steps that you all take to prevent the progression of periodontal disease particularly with respect to toy breeds.

My post was triggered by a 33-month-old Yorkshire terrier bitch, Maisie.

Her oral assessment was brought on by my noticing that tooth 105 was loose.

UGA it became obvious that the dental disease was more generalised and teeth 102, 202, 205, 210, 301-303, 402 & 403 were loose and there was a resorptive lesion affecting tooth 306.

These teeth were extracted, and the remaining teeth were scaled and polished.

I look forward to your thoughts.

With best wishes,

David

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