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Canine Ulcerative Paradental Stomatitis (CUPS) – Diagnosis and Treatment

One of the relatively painful, common, and often debilitating diseases of the mouth involving the gums, mucous membranes, and tongue is Canine Stomatitis also formerly known as Canine Ulcerative Paradental Stomatitis (CUPS). It has been renamed recently as Canine Chronic Ulcerative Stomatitis (CCUS). Most people are familiar with the term CUPS. This article will refer...

Zeus – Periodontal Disease

Zeus had severe periodontal disease affecting his canine teeth. Dr Beckman did bone grafting procedures to save them 3 months These are the canine teeth at the recheck today. The bone has grown back around the teeth and there are no pockets in the gum tissue. This is Zeus, Mr Jackson and Dr Beckman at...

Walle – Tooth Fracture and Cardiomyopathy

Walle had sustained a fracture of one of his upper canine teeth. Fractured teeth cause pain in cats, however cats rarely demonstrate their pain at home. Extraction was needed but Walle also had a heart condition. After and EKG, chest x-ray and an echocardiogram, Walle was place on a medication to help his heart prior...

Rex – Root Canal Treatment

Canine Officer Rex suffered from a fractured canine while on duty retrieving drugs from a vehicle. A root canal was performed on the dying tooth. This involves removing diseased pulp tissue, filing and shaping the canal, sterilizing it and placing the filler material and sealant. After the root canal procedure the crown is prepared with...

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