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Dental care

Dogs and cats don’t often get cavities. But they do frequently suffer from other types of dental disease. Periodontal or gum disease, in fact, is the number one illness found in both dogs and cats.
What you need to know about dental care for your pet:

Dental disease can cause serious problems for your pet, ranging from gum inflammation and tooth loss to infection and even organ damage.
Up to 80% of dogs and 70% of cats that don’t receive proper dental care will develop signs of dental disease by the age of three.
Dental disease can be easily prevented by following your veterinarian’s advice regarding dental examinations, home care, and dental cleanings.
Signs of poor dental health
Bad breath
Visible tartar on the teeth
Swelddng under the eyes
Loose or missing teeth
Difficulty eating
Discharge from the nose
Drooddng or excessive saddvation
Pawing at the teeth or mouth
Discoloration or staining of the teeth
Red, irritated, swollen, or bleeding gums
Weight loss or loss of appetite

We offer a complete dental hygiene, using specialized Ultrasonic scalers and polisher. In worse case scenarios tooth removal might be needed for the health of your animal. Please contact us for further information.


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