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Vet Dentistry

What is the most common cause of halitosis? Periodontal disease
What are 4 other causes of oral malodor? stomatitis tumors oronasal fistula/cleft palate foreign bodies
List other possible sources of owner reported oral malodor Uremia sinusitis GI disorders Respiratory disease diet lip fold pyoderma licking anal gland abscesses
What is the term for excessive salivation ptyalism
What are the components of plaque? salivary glycoproteins extracellular polysaraccharides bacteria
What type of bacteria typically colonize supragingival plaque gram positive, non-motile, aerobic cocci
What type of bacteria typically colonize subgingival plaque gram negative, motile, anaerobic rods
What are potential indications of radiographic periapical lucency apical granuloma abscess periapical cyst
What triadan numbers are assigned to deciduous puppy cheek teeth? Maxillary: 5 or 6 -06, 07, 08 Mandibular: 7 or 8 -06, 07, 08
What triadan numbers are assigned to deciduous kitty cheek teeth? Maxillary 5 or 6 -06, 07, 08 Mandibular 7 or 8 -07, 08
What order are tooth descriptors listed? Dentition (primary vs secondary); Quadrant (left vs right); Arch (mandible vs maxilla); Tooth (i.e. 2nd incisor)
Which species has full phenotypic dentition (44 teeth)? swine
Created by: lamarron