Full Mouth Cat Dental Radiography – Video by Dr. Brett Beckman

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Veterinary dentistry is undergoing a tremendous modernization at the moment and dental radiography is a key part of every veterinary practice that offers dental procedures.
The most common indications for performing a dental radiography are missing or fractured teeth, jaw pain, sensitive teeth, teeth vitality evaluation etc.

Practice standards are getting higher everyday and almost every veterinary clinic today has a dental x-ray machine.
Dental radiography offers invaluable insights into the patient oral health and limits the chances for post-procedure complications (example: missing a fractured tooth while performing a dental cleaning and developing an abscess a month later that requires extractions).

On the video below, Dr. Brett Beckman will show you how to perform a full-mouth dental x-ray on a sedated cat.

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