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From the Horse's Mouth — Extraction of the First Premolar Teeth CE Article #1

1. Erupted wolf teeth
2. Which statement(s) regarding wolf teeth in horses is/are correct?
3. Blind wolf teeth are also known as
4. Which of the following may be used before wolf tooth extraction in order to improve the patient's comfort?
5. Which statement(s) regarding the removal of erupted upper wolf teeth is/are correct?
6. If the wolf tooth fractures during extraction,
7. Which of the following may result from tooth extraction in horses?
8. If a patient exhibits abnormal bitting behavior after wolf tooth removal,
9. If lower wolf teeth are removed,
10. If a fractured wolf tooth remnant projects past the rim of the alveolus,
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