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Oral Tumors in Cats

It is important to always have a look in your cats’ mouth to assess the health of their gums and teeth.

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Dental Blocks

Nerve blocks are an essential component of a high-quality dentistry service in small-animal practice and contribute extensively to maximizing the safety of the anesthetic event.

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Why Are Dental Prophys so Expensive in Pets?

Periodontal disease (PD) is the most common pathological condition we see in pets with 85% of all pets over four years of age having some degree of periodontal disease.

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Tooth Resorption

Imagine having your own body slowly eat away at your teeth. It starts affecting multiple teeth and pain builds. But you’re not able to speak so you can’t express your pain and you don’t want to starve, so you just eat through the pain. Unfortunately, tooth resorption is a reality for up to 60% of […]

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Malocclusions in Dogs and Cats

What is a Malocclusion? Every species has a very particular way in which their upper teeth and lower teeth are supposed to fit together in the mouth. Malocclusion is when the teeth don’t fit together correctly, this can be a problem with the jaw or with the teeth themselves.

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Why Do We Need Anesthesia for Dental Cleanings?

There is always a risk with anesthesia, no matter how healthy the pet or minor the procedure is.

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