Proper Veterinary Periodontal Therapy - Technicians are the Key

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  • Visualize
  • Radiography
  • This tooth is loose but can it be extracted?
  • Not all of our cases are going to be this bad. This dog has tartar and mild gingivitis. If you clean and don’t xray IS cleaning this dogs teeth going to help it. At first glance, yes. However rads
  • Be thorough with probing
  • Root planing open
  • Used in conjuction with probing, GR and bone loss.
  • Ultrasonics = piezo or magnetorestictive
  • Not all of our cases are going to be this bad. This dog has tartar and mild gingivitis. If you clean and don’t xray IS cleaning this dogs teeth going to help it. At first glance, yes. However rads
  • Early furcation exposure and decreased density of bone on the mesial aspect of the distal root.
  • Citric Acid – Urst showed that demineralized dentin matrix implanted into muscle tissue induced mesenchymal differentiation into osteoblasts inducing bone formation in the muscle. Demineralizing the root surface: 1. Accelerated healing and cementum formation 2. Exposes collagen fibers 3. Eliminates endotoxins and bacteria 4. Encourages early fibrin linkage to collagen preventing epithelial migration into the defect.
  • August 04
  • August 04
  • Proper Veterinary Periodontal Therapy - Technicians are the Key

    1. 1. Proper Periodontal Therapy Technicians are the Key Brett Beckman, DVM, FAVD, AVDC, AAPM President AVDS
    2. 8. Itoiz, ME, Carranza, FA: The Gingiva in Clinical Periodontology, Philadelphia, Saunders 2002. Junctional Epithelium
    3. 14. Periodontal Disease Index Stage % Attachment Loss Probing Depth Dog Cat 1 Gingivitis 0 < 3 < 0.5 2 Early PD < 25% < 5 < 1.0 3 Moderate PD < 50% < 7 < 2.0 4 Severe PD > 50% > 7 > 2.0
    4. 15. Charting
    5. 17. Stage 1
    6. 20. Ultrasonic Scalers
    7. 25. Stage 2
    8. 26. Itoiz, ME, Carranza, FA: The Gingiva in Clinical Periodontology, Philadelphia, Saunders 2002. Junctional Epithelium
    9. 31. Carranza, FA, Takai, HH: Gingival Curettage in Clinical Periodontology, Philadelphia, Saunders 2002.
    10. 32. Pockets < 5 mm
    11. 40. Stage 3
    12. 59. <ul><li>Healthy mouth </li></ul>
    13. 61. OraVet ™ Unique Features <ul><li>Physical barrier to plaque and tartar accumulation </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Biologically inert </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Tasteless </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Clear </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Electrostatically binds to teeth </li></ul>
    14. 62. Periodontopathogens in the Dog Porphyromonas denticanis Porphyromonas gulae Porphyromonas salivosa
    15. 63. www.veterinarydentistry.net Punta Gorda, Florida Technician Weekend Retreat February 28-March 1 Spring Dentistry Course

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