In addition, he had a very large cavity in his lower right tricuspid. It could not be repaired, so I extracted that tooth. It remains the toughest extraction I've ever done in my career. At this point, Rex's anesthesia got a little light and he yawned. Needless to say, I cleared the deck by at least 4 feet. 

Finally, I made my impressions of the lower teeth. We were through until it was time to fit the crowns.

 

Rex was then smuggled out of the clinic and returned to the kennels. Where he slept off the effects of the anesthesia.

Continued at Dentist-4

 

                      

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