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Did you know? Dental disease is painful, dangerous, and it’s the most common condition your pet is likely to encounter.
Plaque sticks to the tooth’s surface and hardens into tartar (also known as calculus). If it is not removed, this plaque will continue to accumulate, causing the release of toxins that stimulate an immune response. This can lead to gingivitis (inflammation of the gums) and damage the bone and tissue around the teeth.
We recommend that your pet follow the below dental care regimen and learn more HERE on the American College of Veterinary Dentist’s position on anesthesia-free dental cleaning in pets.
• Daily brushing
• Professional cleaning and sealants administered by your veterinarian.
• Supplementary options such as dental diets, rinses and veterinary recommended chews.