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This case involves an 11-year-old neutered male Golden Retriever called Colin.
An oral mass was noticed in 4/2014, which was biopsied and found to be an odontogenic epithelial tumour – probably an acanthomatous epulis.
The owner declined surgical excision of the mass, and it has slowly increased in size with the photographs showing the current position.
The associated maxillary incisor teeth are pressing into the mass, and the mandibular incisors are becoming loose. I have recommended, at the very least, that the incisors are extracted as he must have some discomfort/pain associated with them.
What would you do with this case?
With best wishes,