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Q1: When extracting/elevating lower canines, is it preferable to focus on the mesial or distal side of the tooth to…

Q1: When extracting/elevating lower canines, is it preferable to focus on the mesial or distal side of the tooth to reduce jaw fracture risks? And do you tend to luxate more apically or coronally?

Q2: When creating flaps in dogs, do you cut (with the blade) under the gum line (so more blunt dissection but nicer flaps) or keep all the free gum (so less dissection but irregular flaps)?

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