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Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci.2017.6(11): 1620-1623
DOI: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2017.611.194


Surgical Removal of Periodontal Traumatic Incisor Tooth along with Gingiva in a Buffalo: A Case Study
Sheikh Tajamul Islam*, Jatin Khurma, Priti Patel, Anand Kumar Singh, Mohd Younis Ganaie, Rohini Gupta and Rafiq Ahmad Shah
Department of Veterinary Medicine, International Institute of Veterinary Education and Research (IIVER), Rohtak Haryana-124001, India
*Corresponding author
Abstract:

This case report describes surgical removal of 3rd permanent corner incisor tooth along with hemorrhagic gingiva in buffalo caused due to oral trauma. The case was presented at Teaching Veterinary Clinical Complex, International Institute of Veterinary Education and Research (IIVER) Rohtak Haryana, with history of drooling of saliva, anorexia, absence of mastication and bleeding from mouth. Clinical examination revealed traumatic and hemorrhagic swollen area in 3rd permanent corner incisor tooth gingiva of lower jaw. Swollen area was hard, hot, painful and hemorrhagic. After the clinical observations and complete anamnesis from owner, it was confirmed as traumatic periodontitis and the gingiva and bone that support the incissor tooth become seriously and irreversibly damaged. The 3rd permanent corner incisor tooth along with hemorrhagic gingival was removed under general (Xylazine) and local (2% Lignocaine) anesthesia. Xylazine was injected @ 0.03-0.1 mg/kg BW. After successful removal of 3rd permanent corner incisor tooth along with hemorrhagic gingiva. The gingiva was sutured by using cat-gut as suturing material. The sutured edges were brought together without tension by simple interrupted sutures. Owner was advised for postoperative treatment prescribed as penicillin 40000 IU/kg and streptomycin 12mg/kg IM for 7 days and 6 liters dextrose 5% IV, meloxicam @ 0.5mg/kg BW IM, tribivet @ 15 mL total dose for 3 days. Owner was also advised provide semi-solid food to animal for care and management of surgical site. The animal recovered fruitfully.


Keywords: Buffalo, Hemorrhagic gingiva, Incisor tooth, Surgical removal
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Sheikh Tajamul Islam, Jatin Khurma, Priti Patel, Anand Kumar Singh, Mohd Younis Ganaie, Rohini Gupta and Rafiq Ahmad Shah. 2017. Surgical Removal of Periodontal Traumatic Incisor Tooth along with Gingiva in a Buffalo: A Case Study.Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci. 6(11): 1620-1623. doi: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2017.611.194