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Dr. Greenfield recently wrote an article for DVM360.com. We wanted to share the article on our blog and you can read the entire article by clicking here. What to do when you see a tooth of a different color Barden Greenfield, DVM, DAVDC, FAVD Memphis Veterinary Specialists, Cordova,...

I was recently lecturing in San Diego @ CVC West and one of my lecture topics was on Oral Oncology.  One of the CVC administrators was in my lecture and wisely took notes and also made a video. Here are the excerpts from his short blog:...

Dr. Greenfield recently wrote an article for Today's Veterinary Practice. We wanted to share the article on our blog and you can read the entire article by clicking here. Chronic Feline Gingivostomatitis: Proven Therapeutic Approaches & New Treatment Options Barden Greenfield, DVM, DAVDC, FAVD Memphis Veterinary Specialists, Cordova,...

We all make New Year's Resolutions, but do we make resolutions for our beloved pets?  If not, it's time to consider doing so. Here are a few resolutions to live by that will help your pet be happier and live longer: Have your dog and cat's...

Dr. Greenfield and his practice were recently featured on MemphisDailyNew.com. We are humbled to share this with you and you can read the full article by clicking here. Veterinarian Dr. Barden Greenfield Finds Calling as Pet Dentist By Don Wade Dr. Barden Greenfield was rolling along with his...

A 14 year old male domestic shorthair was presented to Dr. Greenfield at Your Pet Dentist of Memphis (@ MVS) by the referring DVM for swelling of the left caudal maxilla.  This swelling was firm and located below the eye and near the maxillary 4th premolar...

Dental examinations, to include sedation, cleaning, polishing, probing, and dental radiography are recommended annually.  Removal of supra gingival (visible) calculus is only a minor aspect of the procedure.  Removal of subgingival plaque and calculus is actually more important, as this is where the disease process...

I recommend dental radiographs on every annual ATP (Assessment, Treatment, Prevention) I perform.  Regardless if the visible crown looks good, there could be problems lurking below the gumline.  Studies show that almost 3 in 10 dogs and 4 in 10 cats have problems under the...

For those of you that did not read my latest constant contact blog, I posed two questions regarding the usage of both Chlorhexdine 0.12% rinse/gel and Doxirobe 7.5% gel. Chlorhexidine rinse or gel is an excellent antiseptic agent that is used routinely in my dental procedures,...

First things first:  When you see an oral mass in the mouth of a dog or cat, biopsy it as soon as possible.  Get a representative biopsy of the mass without interrupting the architecture around the mass.  Smaller masses may be able to be removed...

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