Equine Extraction Considerations and Techniques
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1. A midline sagittal fracture has occurred on tooth 409 in a 20 year-old Thoroughbred. The fracture extends deep into the reserve crown, but both the mesial and distal roots can be seen on the radiograph. Challenges with this extraction include:CorrectIncorrect
2a. The pictures below are of the right maxillary second molar (tooth 110) before and after feed was flushed from a deep periodontal pocket. The patient is an 18 year-old Quarter Horse. What is your next step?CorrectIncorrect
2b. You have obtained paranasal sinus and maxillary dental radiographs. From the radiographs, the following significant findings for treatment planning can be determined.CorrectIncorrect
2c. Particularly in this challenging case, it is very important to have multiple extraction technique options because there is no guarantee that just one would be successful. Extraction techniques that could be employed to extract tooth 110 include (Check all that apply):CorrectIncorrect
2d. Finally, what is the most import message to relay to the owner regarding possible complications and the post-operative period?CorrectIncorrect