Cat Dental Care
Prevent dental disease and teeth loss.
Did you know dental disease is the most common disease diagnosed in cats over three years of age?
Over two-thirds of adult and geriatric cats have some type of dental disease, including gingivitis/periodontitis, tartar, and ondontoclastic resorptive lesions.
Most dental disease is silent - there are no obvious symptoms. However, when dental disease progresses, or there is a major issue like a fractured or infected tooth, signs may include decreased appetite, decreased activity, t the face, grinding of the teeth, and changing food preferences may also indicate dental disease. Keep an eye out for the less obvious signs of pain in your kitty as well.
"An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure."
Routine dental care matters.
Your cat's cleaning
Digital Dental Radiology
Insight into underlying issues.