For the same reasons that we regularly visit the dentist, so too should your pet. Good oral health is important to your pet’s overall well-being.
Signs of periodontal/dental disease include bad breath, red/inflamed gums, loose or discolored teeth, tartar, painful chewing and loss of appetite. Regular dental care at home can help improve the health of your pet’s mouth and lengthen the intervals between professional dental cleanings. Even so, some breeds are more prone to tooth decay or gum disease so it is important to have your veterinarian perform an oral examination at least once per year. Brushing your pet’s teeth every day, a professional cleaning when necessary, and good quality food that is specifically designed for dogs or for cats to help keep tartar from building up too quickly, will help to protect your companion from pain and tooth loss.
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