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Local analgesia

Anyone performing oral surgical or periodontal procedures should be familiar with dental nerve block techniques, including a thorough knowledge of oral anatomy and analgesic agents and their application.

Addressing pain

For both veterinary professionals and pet owners, the ability to recognize dental pain is limited because dogs and cats often mask overt signs of oral discomfort.

Facility requirements

Excellent dental care for canine and feline patients requires an efficient, organized, and safe work environment.

Operator protection

Pathogens and debris such as calculus, tooth fragments, plaque, water spray, and prophy paste are aerosolized during dental procedures. The safety of the operator is ensured during dental procedures by using radiographic, oral, respiratory, skin, eye, and ear protective devices.

Terminology and messaging

The most important step in achieving compliance with oral health recommendations is getting the client to understand the value and believe in the importance of regular dental care. 

Explaining the role of anesthesia

The client should be told that their pet needs a comprehensive, anesthetized oral exam and dental radiographs in order to perform a preventive cleaning or dental-periodontal therapy.

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