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Dental resorption in cats 

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medical illustration of Feline oral resorptive lesions are a painful dental disease caused by lesions forming below the gumline. This image shows the progressive stages of tooth resorption leading to tooth loss in the cat, and highlights the common location of the lesions.
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Feline oral resorptive lesions are a painful dental disease caused by lesions forming below the gumline. This image shows the progressive stages of tooth resorption leading to tooth loss in the cat, and highlights the common location of the lesions.

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