Cats and dogs, like humans, require regular dental care to remove the build-up of plaque and tartar that leads to oral diseases such as gingivitis and periodontists. These diseases, in their advanced stages, spread into other parts of the body, and develop into serious health risks including heart, lung, and kidney problems.
This is why regular dental health evaluations are a necessary component of your pet's wellness program. Professional cleanings, and dental radio-graphs help prevent painful dental disease that can lead to other health issues.
Your pet’s dental care does not stop after professional dental cleaning. It is important to brush your pet’s teeth regularly at home. It’s a simple process and should only take a few minutes every day.