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Articles by Jan Bellows, DVM, DAVDC, DABVP

3 steps to effective periodontal disease diagnosis

Visual examination, anesthetized probing and intraoral radiography can help you assess each patients level of disease.
Aug 15, 2012

Visual examination, anesthetized probing and intraoral radiography can help you assess each patient’s level of disease.

Periodontal probing: Stop when you see red

Gingival bleeding on probing indicates inflammation and requires treatment.
Jun 1, 2012

Gingival bleeding on probing indicates inflammation and requires treatment.

Using bone replacement grafts to repair intrabony defects

Sorting through your choices for repairing these deep-seated defects
Mar 1, 2012

Sorting through your choices for repairing these deep-seated defects.

Periodontal disease: What to do about those pesky suprabony pockets

Depending on the degree of disease, locally applied antimicrobials may help
Jan 1, 2012

Depending on the degree of disease, locally applied antimicrobials may help.

Caring for your anesthetic unit and veterinary dental monitoring equipment

Tips and tricks to ensure you don't ruin this essential, expensive equipment
Nov 1, 2011

Tips and tricks to ensure you don't ruin this essential, expensive equipment.

Intraoral cytology

Ensure you know the fundamentals
Sep 1, 2011

Becoming familiar with the fundamentals of oral cytology can be invaluable.

Dental probes and explorers—musts for examination

Tips for these handy dental tools
Jul 1, 2011

A few these tips for these handy dental tools.

How to close intraoral wounds and incisions

Best practices for choosing dental sutures, needles and suturing methods
May 1, 2011

Check out these best practices for choosing dental sutures, needles and suturing methods.

Tooth eruption and exfoliation in dogs and cats

Keep in mind that eruption is controlled by genetic, environmental, infectious and traumatic factors
Jan 1, 2011

Keep in mind that eruption is controlled by genetic, environmental, infectious and traumatic factors.

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