DENTAL disease is common in pet rabbits. Primary malocclusion due to hereditary defects or trauma is not the only cause of tooth problems. Recent work has demonstrated that selective feeding habits of pet rabbits can lead to calcium deficiency which affects bone and tooth quality. The result is progressive acquired dental disease. The aim of this article is to describe each stage of dental disease, discussing clinical and radiological findings, treatment and prognosis.
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