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Zoo and Wild Animal Dentistry

Handbook / Manual New
By: Peter P Emily(Editor), Edward R Eisner(Editor)
368 pages, colour photos
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
Zoo and Wild Animal Dentistry
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About this book

Zoo and Wild Animal Dentistry is the first book to offer a comprehensive reference to oral pathology and dental therapy in captive and wild exotic animals. Comprehensive in scope, the book is authored by noted experts on the topic who cover dental care for a broad range of species with an emphasis on oral health. Designed as a practical resource for treating exotic animals, the book is filled with instructive photographs and illustrations that clearly depict pathologies and demonstrate techniques.

The book draws on the editors' and contributors' years of experience with exotic animals to offer a reliable resource to the history of veterinary dentistry, information on the evolution of teeth, practical dental therapeutics, and oral descriptions for each of the more than three hundred species included in the book. Zoo and Wild Animal Dentistry covers a wide range of zoo and wild species, including cats, bears, primates, dogs, raccoons, weasels, hyenas, marsupials, herbivores, edentates, sea mammals, birds, reptiles, and more. This important resource:
- Offers a comprehensive reference to oral pathology and dental therapy in captive and wild animals
- Highlights oral health to promote overall health
- Includes information on the most recent advances in the field
- Contains a groundbreaking resource for the dental care of exotic animals

Written for zoo and wildlife caretakers and veterinarians, veterinary dentists, veterinary technicians, and veterinary students, Zoo and Wild Animal Dentistry is a practical resource that has information for the dental care of a wide range of animal species that are all too often neglected.

Contents

List of Contributors
Forweord by Frank V. F. Verstraete
About Peter Emily by Edward R. Eisner
Acknowledgements
Introduction by Peter P. Emily

Part I
1. A history of veterinary dentistry by: Colin E. Harvey
2. Odontology: A history of teeth by: Peter P. Emily
3. Special consideration regarding equipment, instruments and supplies
4. Dental form and function as it relates to dental therapy of wild animals
5. Carnivores
      5a. Standard endodontics
      5b. Surgical endodontics
      5c. Periodontics
      5d. Caries and other restorative procedures
      5e. Combined periodontic and endodontics
      5f. Ssurgery
6. Herbivores
      6a. Standard and surgical endodontics
      6b. Oral surgery
7. Marsupial and herbivore abscesses
8. Elephants and tusk therapy
      8a. Tusk therapy for hog, walrus, elephant and hippopotamus
      8b. Elephant dental therapeutics by: Gerhardus Steenkamp, Professor of Surgery and Dentistry, University of Praetoria, South Africa
9. Primates
      9a. Endodontics
      9b. Caries and restorative dentistry
      9c. Periodontics
10. Avian fractured and maloccluded beaks
      10a. Beak fracture repair
      10b. Orthobeakics
      10c. Beak repair for amphibians
      10d. Beakistry: Orthognathic corrections and surgical repair on avian beaks by: Dr. Roberto Feccio, Sao Paulo, Brazil
11. Dental management of pinnipeds by: Steven E. Holmstrom, DVM, DAVDC
12. Practical anesthesia for captive wild animals by: Felicia Knightly, DVM, senior veterinarian, Memphis Zoo

Part II
Pertinent dental information, of 340 species most often treated in sanctuaries and zoos
13. Carnivores
      13a. Big cats
      13b. Small cats
14. The bear family
      14a. Big bears
      14b. Small bears
15. The primates
      15a. Lower primates; Prosimians – suborder of Primates
      15b. Higher primates
            15b.1. New World monkeys (Central & South America)
            15b.2. Old World monkeys (Africa & Asia)
            15b.3. Lesser apes
            15b.4. Great apes
16. Tree shrews
17. The dog family
18. The racoon family
19. Weasel family- weasels and polecats
20. The mongoose family
21. The hyena family
22. Marsupials
23. Large herbivores – the ungulates
      23a. Primitive ungulates
      23b. The hoofed mammals
            23b.1. Odd-toed ungulates
            23b.2. Even-toed ungulates
                  23b.2.1. Non-ruminant even-toed ungulates
                  23b.2.2. Ruminant even-toed ungulates
                        23b.2.2.a. Wild cattle
                        23b.2.2.b. Spiraled horned antelopes
                        23b.2.2.c. Browzing antelopes
                        23b.2.2.d. Grazing antelopes
                        23b.2.2.e. Horse-like antelopes
                        23b.2.2.f. Gazelles and dwarf antelopes
                        23b.2.2.g. Goat antelopes
                        23b.2.2.h. Deer
24. Small herbivores: rodents
      24a. Squirrel-like rodents
      24b. Mouse-like rodents
      24c. Cavy-like rodents
      24d. Other cavy-like rodents
25. Lagomorphs
26. Elephant-shrew
27. Insect-eaters: insectivores
28. Edentates
29. Bats
30. Monotremes
31. Marine mammals
      31a. Wwhales, porpoises and dolphins
            31a.1. Toothed whales
            31a.2. Baleen whales
      31b. Seals and sea lions
            31b.1. Eared seals
            31b.2. True seals (hair seals)
      31c. Sea cows and manatees
32. Amphibians
33. Reptiles
34. Avian
      34a. Birds of prey
      34b. Scavengers
      34c. Psittacine birds
      34d. Ground-nesting birds and shore birds
      34e. Aquatic birds
            34e.1. Ducks, geese and aquatic birds
                  34e.1a. Ducks and geese
                        34e.1a.1. Ducks
                        34e.2a.2. Geese

Appendices
I. Taxonomy
II. Types of dentition
III. Dental formulas
IV. Feeding adaptations

glossary
references
index

Customer Reviews

Biography

Peter P. Emily, DDS, Hon. Dipl. American Veterinary Dental College (AVDC), is certified in human dentistry in periodontology, pathology and radiology and is the founder of the Peter Emily International Veterinary Dental Foundation. Edward R. Eisner, AB, DVM, Dipl. AVDC, AVDC-Certif. ZWD, is retired from veterinary practice and Chair of the Veterinary Dentists without Borders program of the Peter Emily International Veterinary Dental Foundation.

Handbook / Manual New
By: Peter P Emily(Editor), Edward R Eisner(Editor)
368 pages, colour photos
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
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