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We knew Jig was special when we brought him home at 8 weeks old. He was a tiny little Sheltie and weighed in at less than 3 pounds. As he grew and started losing his baby teeth, we realized that after he lost his upper left baby canine tooth, a permanent tooth was nowhere to be seen. Our vet, Dr. Diane Paster, referred us to Dr. Coffman for x-rays. The x-rays showed the tooth was present, but growing parallel to his gum line and was in a position that it would never erupt through the gum. Dr. Coffman gave us two options – surgically remove the tooth or he would be willing to try and save the tooth. We opted to give it a try, so Dr. Coffman surgically exposed the canine and attached orthodontic appliances to pull the tooth down and back into its proper position. Who knew such a procedure existed? Five weeks later, Jig has a beautifully positioned upper left canine tooth! The staff at Arizona Veterinary Dental Specialists was wonderful and they took the best care of Jig! Now 8 months old, tipping the scale at 7.5 pounds, and sporting a beautiful set of teeth..............Jig is VERY special! Thank you Dr. Coffman and staff!
Larry and Andra W.