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Why Should Retained Baby Teeth Be Extracted?
You may open your puppy or kitten’s mouth and realize they have a bunch of extra teeth. Why is that? Well as the adult teeth start to erupt in the mouth, they are supposed to push the baby (deciduous) teeth out. Sometimes the baby teeth stay wedged in and don’t get pushed out like they […]Read More
Feline Chronic Gingivo-Stomatitis
Gingivitis: a medical term referring to inflammation of the gums.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More