Pet Periodontal Disease

Advanced Periodontal Disease.

Often we forget that animals are susceptible to the same kinds of diseases as humans, and in some cases even more so. This is the case with periodontal disease. In fact, periodontal disease is the most common clinical condition affecting adult pets, despite the fact that it is almost entirely preventable. What is periodontal disease? […]

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Stages of Pet Periodontal Disease

stage 3 periodontal

It’s important to know that there are multiple stages of pet periodontal disease and without proper veterinary dental exam, cleaning and radiographs, there is no way to know if your pet’s oral health is at risk. Use the tabs to learn about these stages of periodontal disease and the various treatment necessary to treat each. […]

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Reasons not to Choose Anesthesia Free Dentals for Your Pet

Risk of Anesthesia Free Dental in Dog

Those that provide Anesthesia Free Dentistry or No Anesthesia Dentistry (NAD) would like you to believe by removing visible tartar from the teeth they are improving oral health. This is just not the case and the AVDC wants you to consider the following reasons not to choose an anesthesia free dental for your pet: Scaling […]

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Questions to Ask Your Veterinarian about Pet Dental Cleanings

Proper equipment and monitoring ensures your pet's safety during the anesthetic procedure.

We know you want the best for your pet and often pet owners are nervous about taking their pet for a veterinary dental cleaning because they are fearful about their pet being put under anesthesia for the procedure. First, we want to reassure pet owners that under the correct protocols, anesthesia is very safe and […]

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