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Dental Care


Dental Disease – What is it?

Periodontal diseases (infection between teeth and gums), Gingivitis (inflammation of the gums), Halitosis (bad breath), Gingival hyperplasia (gum growth covering part or all of the tooth), Oral tumors, Tongue lesions

Causes of Dental Disease

Daily plaque accumulation, Tartar (calculus) forms from plaque, Rough tartar accumulates more plaque, Bacteria growth between the teeth or from infected gums, Inherited, Failure of deciduous (baby) teeth to resorb, allowing adult tooth eruption

Clients most common complaints and the patient’s history

Bad breath, Poor appetite, Dropping food when eating

How can you avoid Dental Disease in your pet’s oral health?

Twice daily attention to plaque control, Regular dental examinations, Professional cleaning of plaque/calculus that has accumulated on the cheek teeth


WORKING HOURS


Mon – Fri
8:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Sat
9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Sun
Closed

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604-855-0770

info@southfraseranimalhospital.ca

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