Not only is stinky breath unpleasant to deal with, periodontal disease can have major impacts on your pets general health and well-being. Dental disease is linked to kidney disease, heart disease and other chronic illnesses.
The good news is- we can help!
Preventative care is so important- if your pet’s teeth are pearly white- that’s great! But we need to keep them this way. Regular dental cleanings can often prevent dental disease and the need to extract teeth. It also gives us an opportunity to address other mouth abnormalities - check for cancer, broken teeth and misaligned teeth.
Below are some helpful images of the different stages or “Grades” of disease:
There are a number of ways to prevent dental issues:
Healthy Mouth Solution added to your pet’s water (come I store or check out the website for more info: https://www.healthymouth.com/)
Appropriate dental chews
Recommended dental diet options
Tooth brushing (link)
Dental De-scale, polishing and oral exams.
Come in to the Pet & Vet clinic and chat to our friendly staff about your options.
For the month of June have a special offer running: 25% OFF Dental Procedures and FREE Dental Exams
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