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The WildSide of Dental Care

February is Dental Health Month

Conclude Dental Health Month LafeberVet-style with our NEW review article that explores dental anatomy and dental disease in a variety of taxa, from hippos and hyenas to bats and babirusas: The Wild Side of Dental Care.

LafeberVet's article was written by  Cornelia (Connie) Ketz-Riley, Dr., DVM and a Diplomate of the American College of Zoological Medicine.

Shown rightWhite-shouldered bat (Artibeus spp.). Photo credit: Wilson Bilkovich.

Bat Wilson Bilkovich

LafeberVet's Dental Health Content on LafeberVet

In the past, LafeberVet has focused on the dental health of exotic companion mammals:

*NoteThere will be open access to all links listed above for a limited time only.

Rabbit with speculum


Surprised surgeon


Lafeber bird

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