Stages of Periodontal Disease

Prevention of dental diseases in animals is one of the most important tasks of veterinary. The prevention of diseases of teeth and soft tissues of the oral cavity, is the prevention of general animal diseases, the occurrence of which is often associated with the presence of focal infection in the oral cavity. Especially the focal infection is a generation of multiple destructions of teeth, an inflammation of a mucous membrane of gums, etc.


Hygienist treatment is an active system of therapeutic and preventive veterinary dental care for animals, which allows cure not only the disease of the oral cavity but also prevent possible complications to other organs and body systems.
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Why teeth care is important?

Dental disease is more than just a cosmetic issue — when your canine companion or feline friend has red gums, yellow teeth, and stinky breath, it could be a sign of severe oral disease that could, if left untreated, lead to devastating effects on your pet’s quality of life. Neglecting your pet’s teeth and gums can cause chronic pain issues that may even be at the center of some behavioral problems.

The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) reports 80 percent of dogs and 70 percent of cats to have some oral disease by the age of 3.

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Why Dental Hygiene Care is Necessary?

  • According to the American Veterinary Dental Society, 80% of dogs & 70% of cats have some form of dental disease by 3 years old.
  • In addition to the direct consequences of the dental disease, i.e., halitosis, tooth loss, periodontal disease, poor oral health plays a major role in overall animal health by causing or exacerbating many other diseases, i.e., kidney & heart conditions, resulting in the unnecessary suffering of millions of pets.

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