YPW – Dental Disease in Pets Can Affect their Heart, Liver and Kidneys

Oral health is often overlooked in dogs and cats, which is why as many at 75% of pets show signs of dental disease by the age of three. Common signs of dental disease include bad breath, redness along the gum line, drooling, difficulty chewing, pawing at the mouth, and facial swelling. Addressing these issues is particularly important, because the inflammation and infection associated with oral disease may damage other organs like the heart, liver, and kidneys. At Your Pet’s Wellness we provide our patients with exceptionally high standards of dental care, including extensive anesthetic monitoring, instant digital dental xrays, and comprehensive pain management.

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