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Journal February 2011 (Vol 32, No 2)

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Pediatric Dental Abnormalities, February 2011 by Katie Rankin , BS, RVT

1. When in proper occlusion, the mandibular canine teeth should be ______ to the maxillary canine teeth.
2. Which of the following breeds is most prone to lance (mesioverted) maxillary canine teeth?
3. How many deciduous teeth are puppies supposed to have?
4. The ____ contains a tooth’s nerve and blood supply.
5. Which of the following is not a potential cause of enamel defects?
6. Which of the following is/are appropriate home care for a pet with enamel hypomineralization?
7. Which statement about dentigerous cysts is false?
8. Which of the following defines operculectomy?
9. The permanent mandibular canine teeth erupt _______ to the deciduous mandibular canine teeth.
10. Why are deciduous teeth prone to fracture?
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