Dental xrays are critical in diagnosing, treating and monitoring dental conditions. Without xrays, only a third of the tooth can be seen, meaning painful conditions are commonly overlooked, treatment planning is often suboptimal, and more surgical complications may arise. Dentistry without xrays is like operating in the dark.
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What IS it with dog bad breath? It’s widespread enough that we use the term dog breath as an insult, yet a sign of potentially serious disease that is too often overlooked. It’s offensive enough that it can make your nose hairs curl, yet frequently ignored for years...read more
Dental vet and founder of Sydney Pet Dentistry, Dr Christine Hawke, believes that every pet deserves a healthy, pain-free mouth. Unfortunately, an estimated 80% of dogs and cats have dental disease, often going unnoticed by their owners. Pet dental problems can go on...read more
Dear Christine, I wonder if you could advise whether there is anything that I can do for my dog, Zac. A couple of days ago I noticed that one of his canines has turned a light shade of pink/grey. I went to see the vet I normally go to and he said that the dog was not...read more