Tag: cat teeth
Are Fractured Teeth Really a Big Deal? The short answer is: Yes! All fractured teeth run the risk of becoming non-vital (or dead) and infected. Though some tiny, very superficial fractures may never cause a problem, it is always best to have fractured teeth checked by a vet. Any disturbance to the enamel has the potential to cause a bigger...Read More
It may seem kind of far fetched, but cats need dental care just like humans do. You have probably noticed that their mouth starts to smell when they go without. Bad oral health can lead to many medical issues. Luckily, those issues can be prevented with regular dental care and veterinary check ups.
All veterinarians have heard the saying, “It’s just a dog. Why do they need dental work?” The truth of the matter is that dental disease in our pets can not only cause serious pain and loss of appetite, but it can also lead to long term health problems such as heart and kidney disease. Surprisingly, 80% of dogs and cats...Read More