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Did you know that dental decay and soft tissue infections can go unnoticed in pets?

As pet owners, we all want our furry friends to be healthy and happy. We make sure they get plenty of exercise, eat well, and shower them with love and attention. But there's one area often gets overlooked - our pets' dental health.


Did you know that dental decay and soft tissue infections can go unnoticed in pets? This can result in our furry friends suffering in silence with painful mouths. One of the best ways to prevent this is by regularly checking your pet's teeth and gums.


Dogs, in particular, can often traumatize their teeth or oral cavity, leading to severe issues. Therefore, it's important to take a closer look inside your pet's mouth on a regular basis. Doing so lets you catch any potential problems before they become serious issues.


If you notice anything abnormal in your pet's mouth, don't hesitate to make an appointment with your veterinarian. Some signs to look out for include redness, tooth discoloration, asymmetrical tissue, and pain upon touching. These can all be signs of oral disease and require prompt attention.


As a veterinarian who focuses only on pet dentistry, I can't stress enough how important it is to stay on top of your pet's dental health. Regularly checking your pet's mouth and bringing them in for dental exams and cleanings can help prevent painful infections and tooth decay. So go ahead and take a peek today - your furry friend will thank you for it!



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