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Title: Reasons why you should take care of you pet's teeth | Pet Dental Care | VetSupply


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Reasons Why You Should Take Care of Your Pets
Teeth
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About Us
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Summary
  • A study shows that dental disease affects
    approximately 80 percent of dogs and cats over
    the age of three.
  • Compromised oral health always presents a
    greater risk of toxin absorption into the
    bloodstream causing illness.
  • Complete and proper dental care is critical not
    only for your pets oral hygiene, but it is also
    crucial for its overall health and well-being.
  • Maintaining good oral hygiene can prevent your
    pet from experiencing pain, loss of teeth, and
    secondary health issues caused by bacterial
    infections, such as heart, liver, and kidney
    problems.
  • We have enlisted a few of the important reasons
    that explain the need for taking good care of
    your pets teeth

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1  Oral care can help get rid of bad breath We
all love our beloved animal companion, but what
about the strong breathing odor not quite!
Minimum breathing smell is acceptable, but a
powerful oral odor is a sign of a major dental
illness. Regular dental check-ups and daily
brushing can expel the bacterial growth in your
pets oral cavity and effectively remove bad
breath. 2  Dental disease can lead to major
repercussions Just like in humans, the most
substantial oral health issue in pets is a
periodontal illness, also known as dental
disease. It is basically an infection of tissues
holding your pets teeth which is a result of
plaque build-up on teeth and gums because of poor
brushing and flossing techniques. If not treated
in time, it may cause bleeding gums, pain while
chewing and often results in tooth loss.
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3  Regular dental assessment can help you save
money Our household pets have inherited the
quality of hiding pain and other signs of
illness. Anatomically, more than half of your
pets teeths structure is out of sight lying
below the gum line, making it difficult to
recognize any dental illness unless examined
closely. Some pet owners do not like to spend on
preventative procedures when they do not see any
illness, not realizing that their pet may have to
suffer from pain and other dental illnesses
making them pay more for the vet bills if they do
not take their pet for dental check-ups regularly
even if everything seems alright from the
outside. 4  Avoid painful situations Pets go
through the same level of pain as we do while
suffering from a dental illness. The worrying
thing here is that pets do not know why they are
hurting. Therefore, if you can take care of
your pets oral health, you can prevent them from
going through the pain which can sometimes be
unbearable.
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5  Keep major illnesses away Pets skillfully
manage their pain and illness. You will not
realize about their dental ailment till the time
it has spread all across his oral cavity causing
more damage and suffering. Taking your pet for
regular oral exams can help you detect any oral
illness right from the beginning before it
becomes difficult to deal with. 6  No falling
out of teeth Other than chewing food, there are
various other activities pets perform on a daily
basis using their teeth such as carrying or
picking up objects, playing games, and so on. If
your pet does not receive regular dental care, a
minor oral ailment can progress to an advanced
periodontal disease, which may lead to tooth
loss. The empty space in the oral cavity may turn
out to be a permanent home for various germs
causing different types of oral diseases. This
could seriously hamper your dogs food intake and
other activities he used to carry out using his
teeth.
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7  Dental ailments can result in weight
loss With the continuous dental illness,
your pets food intake can significantly get
reduced, or he may completely abandon having food
as it could be extremely painful for him to chew
it. This soon results in weight loss and often
leads to a compromised immune system as they are
unable to fulfill their daily nutritional
requirement with their minimum or no food intake.
A weakened immune system means that your pet is
prone to other illnesses as well. 8  Your pet
could become prone to jaw fractures If our pets
do not get regular dental care, they are likely
to develop abnormal dental conditions such as
abscessed teeth or periodontal disease. Such
illnesses gradually make our pets jawbones very
weak and fragile. Even the simplest of activities
such as having crunchy kibble or jumping off a
table can result in a jaw fracture.
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9  Regular dental care keeps extractions
away The severe periodontal disease causes
damage to bones that work as the supportive
structures of teeth. When the bone and gum tissue
is destroyed, it is impossible to heal the
diseased tooth, and tooth removal is the only way
out. Brushing your pets teeth on a daily basis
and regular visits to your pets dentist can put
a stop to a dental illness advancing to a stage
that requires extraction. 10  Bad dental health
affects the entire body Oral illness is not
limited to causing adverse effects to your pets
teeth or oral cavity only, but it can damage your
pets overall health as well. After infecting
your pets teeth and gum tissues, bacteria and
other germs move into the bloodstream and travel
throughout the body causing damage to key organs
such as the liver, heart, and kidneys.
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Conclusion
In the end, maintaining proper oral hygiene and
taking your pet for an oral assessment regularly
is the key to prevent your pet from suffering
from any major illness. Discuss with your
veterinarian and prepare a curative plan to
minimize the possibility of any oral disease and
give your pet a quality life for as long as
feasible.
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