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dental care

Prevention is key when it comes to animal dentistry. As a responsible pet owner, you can take the following steps to ensure your pet's oral health:

1. Regular cleaning and by polishing the teeth, we will prevent painful inflammation of the gums and teeth and improve the pet's life.
2. Ensure a balanced diet which promotes dental health. Certain pet foods and treats are designed to reduce plaque and tartar build-up.
3. Dental toys: Toys that help clean your pet's teeth and gums while satisfying their natural need to chew.

4. Routine dental examinations: Schedule regular visits to a veterinary specialist in dentistry. Professional teeth cleaning, check-ups and early detection of dental problems can significantly improve your pet's oral health.

Common dental problems in animals

1. Periodontal diseases 1. Periodontal diseases are mainly the result of infections and inflammation of the gums and bones that surround and support the teeth. In the early stages, called gingivitis, the gums may become swollen, red and may bleed.

2. Tooth fractures: Animals, especially dogs, are prone to tooth fractures due to their chewing habits. Broken teeth not only cause discomfort, but can also lead to infections

3. Oral tumors: Oral tumors, although relatively rare, can occur in animals. These tumors can vary in severity and require prompt diagnosis and treatment.

Dental care is an important aspect of overall pet care. By prioritizing dentistry, we can ensure our furry friends enjoy healthy teeth and gums, improving their overall quality of life.