DENTAL disease in pet rabbits may manifest as a range of clinical signs. Recognising that there is a dental problem and establishing exactly what that problem is will facilitate appropriate treatment. This article, the second of three discussing dental disease in pet rabbits, describes how to diagnose dental problems and highlights some options for treatment. The final article in this series, to be published in the November/December issue of In Practice, will discuss jaw abscesses, which is a common problem in rabbits.
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