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Tooth resorption, formerly known as feline odontoclastic resorptive lesions (FORL) is the second most common dental disease process seen in cats. Over 70% of the cat population will have at least one resorptive lesion in its lifetime. This occurs most commonly in cats over the age of 4 but can occur in younger cats that are more prone to periodontitis.

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