Crown Amputation in a Cat – Video by Dr. Brett Beckman

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This video demonstrates the surgical approach to crown amputation in a cat with feline tooth resorption for a maxillary canine tooth in a cat.

Veterinary Dentistry is a branch in veterinary medicine, where the veterinarian has to specialize in the field of animal dental care. This means learning about prevention, diagnosing and treatment of animal’s oral diseases.

Veterinary dentists are trained to perform endodontics (prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of the dental pulp), maxillofacial and oral radiologymaxillofacial and oral surgery, prescribing medicine, orthodontics (dealing with ill-positioned teeth or jaws and their correction), pedodontics (or paediatric dentistry, most often cases of decidual teeth) and prosthodontics (or prosthetic dentistry).

Dr. Brett Beckman is a board certified veterinary dentist in the states of Orlando and Atlanta where he sees patients. Dr. Beckman is an ’87 graduate from the prestige College of Veterinary Medicine at the Mississippi State University. He once held the presidential seat at the AVDS (the American Veterinary Dental Society). He has completed extensive training to be named Fellow in the Academy of Veterinary Dentistry and a much-deserved Diplomate in the American Veterinary Dental College, as well as a Diplomate in the American Academy of Pain Management. He is the only person in the whole world that holds all 3 prestige titles. Dr. Beckman is also a published author, he has numerous peer-review articles in the field of pain management, oral surgery, and veterinary dentistry.

On the video below, Dr. Beckman shares the technique for crown amputation in a cat. Watch it!

If you liked this video, watch “Full mouth cat dental radiography – video by Dr. Brett Beckman” on our blog.

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