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Bad Smell in your Pet Mouth or has a dark extra settlements on the teeth ???
Surprisingly, around 85% of dogs over 3 years old have significant dental disease. If left unchecked, dental disease can end up causing significant health problems for a dog. Ideally, the best way to avoid problems like these is take some preventative care to reduce tartar build-up and stop bacterial infections of the gums.

Dogs develop plaque on their teeth when saliva, food particles and bacteria come together. If left untreated, this plaque combines with minerals in the mouth to become hard tartar that will eventually cause decay, gum disease and other ongoing oral health issues. Tartar that has built up over time is hard and has to be removed by a vet with specialised equipment. To prevent your dog’s dental health getting to this point, there are techniques you can use to remove any plaque that has started to form and stop any more developing. If you’re finding that you’re unable to solve your dog’s problem with plaque and tartar build-up, it’s a good idea to visit a vet for advice and further treatment. Vet can check your dog’s teeth and provide an oral care and dietary program.

Reach out to our Doctors offline or online and know the dental health status, looking at your pet’s teeth doctor can suggest whether there is a need for ultrasonic de-scaling or If needed comprehensive care like teeth polishing or advanced treatments including surgical intervention. Vet could find out the best ways to improve your dog’s individual dental health and management strategies or suggest few techniques and practices which can remove or avoid development of plaque in pet’s teeth.

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