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What systems are used to describe dentition?
Dental formulae, notation system for identifying individual teeth and triadan system
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What is dental formula for deciduous dentition?
[I3-C1-P3/I3-C1-P3]X2 =28 in total
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What is the dental formula for permanent dentition?
[I3-C1-P4-M2/I3-C1-P4-M3]X2 =42 in total
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Supernumerary teeth are common in which type of breeds?
Brachycephalic
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Describe canine incisors
They have one root, upper incisors have a trilobed crown, lower incisors have a bilobed crown
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Describe dog canine teeth
They have one root which is longer than the crown, laterally compressed, firmly implanted, can fracture mandible trying to pull them out
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Describe canine premolars
1st premolar can have 1 or 2 roots, 2nd, 3rd and 4th premolars have two roots, 4th upper premolar forms carnassial tooth and has 3 roots (largest root is middle one)
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Describe canine molars
They have broader occlusal surface, upper molars have 3 roots, lower molars have 2 roots, 1st lower molar is the carnassial tooth
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Why might you extract teeth?
Dental crowding and peridontal disease
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What is the dentition formula for deciduous feline teeth?
[I3-C1-P3/I3-C1-P2]X2
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What is the dentition formula for permanent feline teeth?
[I3-C1-P3-M1/I3-C1-P2-M1]X2
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Describe premolars in felines
P1 of upper arcade and P1, P2 of lower arcade are missing. P4 of the upper arcade is the only one of the cat's tooth that has 3 roots
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Describe molars in felines
M2 of upper arcade and M2,M3 in lower arcade are missing. Molars have 2 roots
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What is the dental formula for deciduous equine teeth?
[I3-C0-P3/I3-C0-P3]X2
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What is the dental formula for permanent equine teeth?
[I3-C1-P3(4)-M3/I3-C1-P3(4)-M3]X2
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What are common dental problems in horses?
Malocclusion, diastema, abscesses, canine caries and point formation
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What are the most commonly performed oral surgeries on a horse?
Fractured/malaligned/supernumerary/retained deciduous teeth, impaction and abscesses
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Which quadrant of teeth is given 1 as the starting number in the triadan system?
Right upper
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Which quadrant of teeth is given 2 as the starting number in the triadan system?
Left upper
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Which quadrant of teeth is given 3 as the starting number in the triadan system?
Left lower
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Which quadrant of teeth is given 4 as the starting number in the triadan system?
Right lower
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What is dental formula for deciduous dentition?

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[I3-C1-P3/I3-C1-P3]X2 =28 in total

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What is the dental formula for permanent dentition?

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Supernumerary teeth are common in which type of breeds?

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Describe canine incisors

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