You need to at least rub his teeth with enzyme toothpaste. Ideally you would be brushing his teeth with a toothbrush. Would Felix let you brush his teeth?Well, his teeth are clean now so how do I keep them clean? When can I start brushing? Would rubbing them every night with a damp cloth be the same as brushing?
I’m so sorry. That’s horrible! I would ask them to fix the problem since they assured you and see what they say. How negligent of them. I would be so pissed. Poor Felix! They need to waive half the fees at least.MISSED TOOTH?
I could have sworn another tooth was affected too and I thought they would have pulled it but they didn't. I thought since they didn't pull it, it was fine but I checked his teeth again and that tooth I was worried about is indeed affected by tooth resorption.
What am I supposed to do now? They assured me that I wouldn't have to worry about this for many years yet they missed a whole tooth!
2 questions: 1) if I understood you correctly, Felix had blood work done twice, i.e. once prior to surgery and once the week before, is that right? If so, I would want a definitive explanation.I am extremely mad. Especially since they charged me for the pre-surgery blood work when the week prior to surgery, he had blood work done already.
How do you miss a tooth as a veterinarian with years of experience?