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Pet Dental

While quality food and chew toys can help remove some plaque, they alone might not provide complete dental health for your pets. Just like humans, pets might need regular teeth cleaning and maintenance to prevent gum disease and tooth loss. Bring your pet to a local veterinarian on our veterinary team, at Friendly Animal Hospital in Huntington Beach, CA, for regular dental check-ups and cleanings. 

Pet Dental

A Healthy Diet for Dental Care

When pets consume sugary foods like humans do, they can still develop plaque over time, leading to gum disease and tooth loss. Neglecting your pets' dental health now may not affect them immediately, but it might have consequences later in life. This is why it can be important to prioritize their dental care to keep your pet happy and healthy.

Gum Disease

When bacteria in the mouth accumulate and form plaque along the gum line and between the teeth, it causes gum disease. If left untreated, this plaque may lead to inflamed gums that appear red, swollen, and bleed easily. Untreated gum disease can cause pain, tooth loss, and other complications.

Other Dental Issues

Pets can also experience other dental problems, which might involve inflammation and redness on the tongue and inside the cheeks. Infections in teeth can get into the blood stream which can cause serious problems for your pet.

Accidents and Injuries

Accidents and injuries can also affect a pet's mouth, leading to dental trauma such as fractures of the teeth or jaw. Examination by a veterinarian can be important to assess and treat any dental trauma.

Brushing Your Pet's Teeth at Home for Preventative Care

By combining regular professional dental care with at-home brushing and preventive measures, you can help ensure the optimal dental health of your pets. Prioritizing their dental care can help protect their overall well-being and help them live long, healthy lives.

Visit a Veterinarian if You Notice Problems with Your Pet's Teeth

If your pet is showing signs of pain, such as bleeding gums, it might be useful to visit a veterinarian. A vet on our team can tell you what the issue is so that your pet doesn't have to suffer. 

Get Preventative Care and Pet Dental Care from a Veterinarian on Our Veterinary Team

We serve the Huntington Beach, CA, area where we offer expert pet dental and preventative care to all our pet patients. Schedule an appointment at our office today by calling (714) 845-5722. We at Friendly Animal Hospital are here to help.

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