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"Can you look please take a look at this? Would you extract 208 distal root with atypical changes.
I am considering extraction of 208 as well. Thanks so much."

Dr. Mary Connor, DVM

Dr. Brett Says,
"Nothing there that I see that is a problem. Maybe some early resorption but not definitive. Teeth look ok?"

"Yes no changes there. Sweet! Thank you. That is what I had decided, but so awesome to have your help!!!"

I CAN'T EXPRESS HOW MUCH YOUR HELP AND GUIDANCE MEANS TO ME... and MY PATIENTS!!

You are the best!!

Dr. Mary Connor, DVM
Kindness Hospital
Santa Rosa Beach, FL


"Here's a couple photos of the tooth - mild root and furcation exposure, but not through-and-through. The right carnassial is for comparison."

Dr. Nicole Stone, DVM
Arthur Veterinary Clinic
Ontario, CA

Dr. Brett Says,
"The rads look fine, great technique by the way! The bone is minimally involved grossly. Get granulation tissue off of bone and the inside of the attached gingiva with a curette. Rinse then manually compress the attached gingiva for a few seconds against the bone. Soft food for two weeks, have the owner start healthy mouth and see this in 2 weeks to see what the attachment is like."

Dr. Nicole Says,
"Okay that sounds great, thank you! Much easier than extracting the tooth as well"

Dr. Brett Says,
"Wonderful, so glad you are jumping right in Nicole! Great job."

"My tech is very happy to hear the images are good, we just started using our machine this week. She attended the technician part of the Extraction Wet Lab with me in Boston and it's obviously given her an excellent foundation!"

Dr. Nicole Stone, DVM
Arthur Veterinary Clinic
Ontario, CA


"Dr B! I am almost afraid to ask at the risk of seeming stupid but do I need to extract?"

Dr. Gaby Herman, DVM
Bay Cat and Dog Hospital
Toronto, Canada

Dr. Brett Reply,
"Definitely extract."

Dr Gaby says,
"I thought so. I am sorry to bother you. Thank you Dr. B!"

Dr. Brett's response:
"No bother. I would like to see you get your confidence up though."

Dr Gaby says,
"It's just other opinions take my confidence away.... And I knew it in my gut it but wanted to ask. Never second guess"

Dr. Brett's reply:
"Ha then don’t listen again to whoever gave you the opinion not to extract those!"

"I am pulling other teeth so not first one looking at rads... but I know . I also know that I am over using you now and apologize. You are a crutch I never had. I am sorry I honestly am. Easier to get your opinion than listen to others."

Dr. Gaby Herman, DVM
Bay Cat and Dog Hospital
Toronto, Canada

Dr. Brett's Says,
"No worries Gaby, no reason to apologize! You are welcome to call me and I can maybe make some suggestions concerning the practice dynamics in your dentistry service to make it easier on everyone involved."


"Good morning. I have this 10 1/2 yr old DLH cat under anesthesia with a radiolucent area at mandibular symphysis and mandibular separation which appears to have progressed from 2/2017. The cat is eating well despite the instability at the symphysis. I am planning on extracting all lower incisors. Question: is there a possibility that it could be neoplasia and if it is what should I biopsy. NOTE: the picture with the arrows was taken on 2/2017 the other two are the ones from today. Thanks"

Pablo Schacht

Dr. Brett Says,
"Very unlikely it is neoplasia. Likely trauma hence the fx If there is soft tissue in the area adjacent to 01 extraction sites biopsy"

"Okay. Thanks! Always very grateful for all the quick responses to my texts. It really helps me with my cases and also it’s awesome for learning. Thanks again."

Pablo Schacht
Tarpon Woods Veterinary
Medical Center
Palm Harbor, Florida

 
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