Why Cleaning Your Pet’s Teeth is Important
Our pets are just as vulnerable to gum disease and cavities, especially since they can’t clean their own teeth. As tartar accumulates, this leaves the door open for infectious bacteria, which can get under the gum line (where 70% of all dental disease occurs) and break down the teeth's supporting tissues. This condition can be painful and cause bad breath, drooling, and tooth loss.
Caring for your pet’s teeth at home and coming in annually for a checkup and teeth cleaning can prevent these issues and help your pet maintain the best quality of life.
Schedule your pet's dental appointment today.