Resorption is difficult to describe but it's when the tooth disintegrates and is reabsorbed into the gums and covered up by the gums. If the root remains, she'll need a root canal. The tooth that is disappearing will need to be removed. She had good teeth until recently. Very little tartar on the teeth. We don't know how this developed so quickly. She'll go back next week for a retest of urine and we'll schedule dental surgery at that time. For now, Clavamox 1 ml q 12; 3 ccs of H2O by mouth with each meal; Buprenex pain killer .15 ml q12. And she's eating CD or SO wet food and dry food. No Fancy Feast or other food for awhile due to the bladder issue.
|A picture from the Feline Dental website of a bad tooth similar to Baby's|