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Bad breath, missing, broken, or yellowed teeth; red, swollen, or bleeding gums; trouble or pain when eating; pawing at the mouth; and excessive drooling are all indications of dental illness. Please get in touch with our staff if you have any of these symptoms; we’ll be pleased to assist.
To stop bone loss and tissue inflammation, regular dental exams and cleanings under general anesthetic are crucial. The risk of heart, kidney, and liver illness in your pet might grow if dental disease is left untreated. General cleanings and extractions are something we can do. For a checkup to determine the oral health of your pet, give us a call.