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Risks of Non-Anesthetic Pet Dental Cleaning

Risks of Non-Anesthetic Pet Dental Cleaning

It’s always safety first with HealthySmiles dental cleanings, and there are some risks pet owners should be aware of when they’re booking an appointment.

How To Brush Dog Teeth At Home – Teeth Cleaning Guide

How To Brush Dog Teeth At Home – Teeth Cleaning Guide

Seven steps to brushing your dog’s teeth - keep it positive!

How to Help with Puppy Teething

How to Help with Puppy Teething

When do puppies start teething? What are the puppy teething symptoms? Our experts tackle everything you need to know about this puppy stage.

6 of the Best Dog Dental Chews & Puppy Treats

6 of the Best Dog Dental Chews & Puppy Treats

These dental chews and treats are recommended by HealthySmiles Vet Technician experts. These can be given to dogs between dental cleanings to help maintain the results.

How Many Teeth Do Dogs Have?

How Many Teeth Do Dogs Have?

How many teeth do dogs and cats have? What are the differences between cat and dog teeth? We have answers to all your questions!

12 signs that your pet needs a dental cleaning

12 signs that your pet needs a dental cleaning

How do you know when your dog or cat needs a dental cleaning?

Dog Teeth Cleaning with vs without Anesthesia

Dog Teeth Cleaning with vs without Anesthesia

How do you decide which procedure is right for your pet?

What is periodontal disease in pets?

What is periodontal disease in pets?

Did you know that periodontitis is the most common disease of animals? Yet it often gets confused with gingivitis.

What happens if I don’t get my dog’s teeth cleaned?

Dental health is important to the pet’s overall health. Poor dental hygiene can lead to gum infection and inflammation-causing bacteria. Bacteria can enter the bloodstream and spread out, potentially causing periodontal disease, loose teeth, a painful and bleeding mouth, drooling, halitosis, and organ damage.

Can dogs die from having bad teeth?

Yes. Periodontal disease can lead to serious health issues beyond bad breath and tooth loss. In fact, dental disease sets off your pet’s immune system and puts them at a higher risk to sustain organ damage such as the heart, kidney, and liver.

Pet Dental Treatments That Require Anesthesia

Pet Dental Treatments That Require Anesthesia

For patients with periodontal disease, the treatment goal is the removal of plaque and calculus from the teeth.

Is Non-Anesthetic Teeth Cleaning Safe for Dogs?

Is Non-Anesthetic Teeth Cleaning Safe for Dogs?

‘Anesthesia-free teeth cleaning’ is another common phrase used by veterinarians and pet parents!

Pet Dental Care Guide for Dogs and Cats

Pet Dental Care Guide for Dogs and Cats

Periodontal disease is so common in dogs and cats that regular dental exams are an essential part of their care regimen.

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