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Scared of mandibular canines

Scared of mandibular canines

Another one with an attached document. Let me know if this doesn't work. This is an 8 year old neutered male pug. Again, I had restrictions on what we could do- mainly remove the maxillary premolars that were trapping nasty material and causing stinking breath. He needs a lot more work. Anyway, my main question surrounds the mandibular canines. How would you approach those? I recommended referral. The bone seems really thin down there and I am thinking those are pretty hefty infections at the roots. Anyone removed ones that look like these? Any pointers to avoid disaster? Thanks.

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