Polar bear with sore head sees dentist at Yorkshire Wildlife Park
Three-year-old Sisu now has a new gnasher after snapping a canine at her Yorkshire home.
Image source,Yorkshire Wildlife Park/Acquire ImagesImage caption,After the operation, Sisu took a short time to recover but was soon back on his feetDr Kertesz said: "It was a standard procedure, where we cleaned out the infected root canal, which was over three inches (7.6cm) long, and filled in the canine.
"We then had to build and shape the tooth, ensuring we kept its length. Sisu will now have a perfectly functioning tooth for the rest of his life."He added: "After the operation Sisu was standing very quickly, but he was kept in his den to recover fully."Read more: BBC News (UK) »
Double act teen twins search for support
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Beard Olympics sees men head to Germany to test the mettle of their facial hairNot a whisker out of place. Is there even a mask big enough 😂
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