• When Does My Dog or Cat Need a Dental Cleaning?

  • When Does My Dog or Cat Need a Dental Cleaning?
  • By: Dr. Clayton Greenway, B.Sc., DVM | Nov 2, 2016

  • Dr. Greenway discusses how you can tell if your dog or cat needs a professional dental cleaning and when to have it performed that is most cost-effective. Topics covered in this video include the optimal time to clean teeth, dental disease, tooth decay, neck lesions, cavity, gingivitis, when to perform a cleaning, general anesthesia, blood work, heart, scaling, polishing, prophy, tooth assessment, dental X-rays and oral infections.

     

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    When Does My Dog or Cat Need a Dental Cleaning?
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    When Does My Dog or Cat Need a Dental Cleaning?
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    Dr. Greenway discusses how you can tell if your dog or cat needs a professional dental cleaning and when to have it performed that is most cost-effective.

    Disclaimer: healthcareforpets.com and its team of veterinarians and clinicians do not endorse any products, services, or recommended advice. All advice presented by our veterinarians, clinicians, tools, resources, etc is not meant to replace a regular physical exam and consultation with your primary veterinarian or other clinicians. We always encourage you to seek medical advice from your regular veterinarian.

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