Diagnosing Oral Ulceration in Dogs & Cats

Jan Bellows, DVM, FAVD, DAVDC, DABVP, All Pets Dental, Weston, Florida

Dentistry & Periodontology

January 2019
Peer Reviewed

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We sat down with Dr. Bellows to discuss diagnosing and treating oral ulcerations. Listen to his episode of Clinician's Brief: The Podcast here.
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*Oral ulceration is a full thickness breach of the epithelial continuity of the oromucosal surface, which may extend into the tissues underlying the epithelium, including the submucosa, muscle, and/or periosteum.


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