By: Jeanne R. Perrone, MS, CVT, VTS (Dentistry) | May 27, 2020
She is a founding member and former president of the Academy of Veterinary Dental Technicians – A NAVTA Specialty Group which certifies, trains and mentors credentialed technicians to be specialists in dentistry.
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Brushing is the best way to disrupt plaque bacteria from forming on your pet’s teeth. The brushing action against the teeth surface lowers the presence of plaque bacteria. It is recommended to start brushing your pet’s teeth after a professional cleaning, so you have a clean slate. Pet owners who provide regular care of their pet’s teeth at home can maintain good oral health.
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