Dental and Oral Medication

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Dental and Oral Medication
This section is part of Small Animal Dentistry

Medical treatment options are usually only a temporary measure in dentistry and very seldom result in a cure. Medical treatments may enhance the success of surgery, but are very rarely used alone. The most common drugs used include antimicrobials (systemic and topical), anti-inflammatories (NSAIDs and steroids), and the occasional very specific drug, for example interferon.


Section Content:

Antibiotics
Antiseptics
Analgesia
Steroids and Interferon
Anti-Plaque Agents


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