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    Default Atlas of Dentistry in Cats and Dogs, 1e (2020)

    As a veterinarian and dentist in one, Dr. Markus Eickhoff has practiced high-level canine and feline dentistry for over 20 years. He now shares his fund of experience in this book with over 1500 images.


    What equipment do I need? What treatment options are available and how do I perform them? This book provides detailed, systematic and generously illustrated instructions.


    Over 1500 illustrations present details of many fascinating cases, allowing the practitioner to follow procedures in detail. The myriad practical tips and step-by-step instructions for performing common dental procedures provide security when performing dental treatment on small animals. Supported by the images, Dr. Eickhoff introduces the practitioner to commonly performed procedures such as the extraction of root fragments or the placement of fillings.


    The focus on dogs and cats allows not only conventional treatment options but also less common ones to be presented in detail. Benefit from the latest insights for treating exceptional cases such as cleft palate or dental ankylosis.


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    • Hardcover: 468 pages
    • Publisher: 1 edition (April 24, 2020)
    • Language: English
    • ISBN-10: 3132432822
    • ISBN-13: 978-3132432826



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