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Rule §573.19 Dentistry

Published: 2015

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(a) Dentistry, a subset of the practice of veterinary
medicine, is:
  (1) The application or use of any instrument or device
to any portion of an animal's tooth, gum or any related tissue for
the prevention, cure or relief of any wound, fracture, injury or disease
of an animal's tooth, gum or related tissue; and
  (2) Preventive dental procedures including, but not
limited to, the removal of calculus, soft deposits, plaque, stains
or the smoothing, filing or polishing of tooth surfaces.