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Question 1 of 6
What is your tentative diagnosis on the left maxillary first molar in this eighteen month old labrador retreiver dog?
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Question 3 of 6
What will confirm the tentative diagnosis?
Question 4 of 6
A dental explorer can be used to facilitate tactile recognition of occlusal pits and fissures. If a pit is present the explorer sticks or drops into the defect. Like pits, fissures may also create abnormal food and plaque retentive surfaces on the enamel.
Question 5 of 6
What can be done for treatment of pits or fissures?
Question 6 of 6
Removal of any surface defects with a white stone on a water-cooled, high speed handpiece followed by placement of a pit and fissure sealant may prevent development of caries. Early caries lesions may be present within pits indicated by a sticky or gritty feel when probed with an explorer. More advanced lesions may be visually rough and discolored.
If caries lesions are present, a traditional cavity preparation is done using a round or pear shaped carbide or diamond bur, bonding and placement of a compactable or highly filled composite. The restoration is completed by smoothing, polishing and application of a bonded sealant. A crown or inlay may be considered in some cases.