Dr. Woodward has treated dental disease in many species of patients other than dogs and cats. Even though you probably do not have a pet lion, tiger, or lynx, you might enjoy seeing a few pictures of some cases that he has treated.
A beautiful mountain lion anesthetized and ready for procedure.
Canada lynx being treated for dental fractures prior to release into a Colorado wilderness area.
Close-up of the teeth of a lynx.
Like many captive big cats, this tiger had multiple fractured teeth that were abscessed. Root canal procedures eliminate the pain and infection.
This horse had suffered a traumatic injury to his upper jaw, resulting in all of his upper incisors (front teeth) being dislocated out of normal position.
Upper incisors are dramatically displaced.
After re-positioning the teeth and placing inter-dental wire around the teeth.
Acrylic splint material has been placed around the teeth and wire for stability. The splint was removed four weeks later and the patient did well.