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February is dental health month

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  • 1. February is Dental Health Month Save 10% on dental products and procedures performed this month!!
  • 2. Dental Disease in Pets Causes Problems suCh as: • Bad Breath • Infections Spreading to Internal Organs(Liver, Kidney, Heart) • Mouth and Gum Pain • Loss of Teeth • Future Owner Expense
  • 3. What Causes Dental Disease? 3. Periodontal Disease causes irreversible changes to teeth and their support structures 1. Tartar and bacteria accumulate on teeth surfaces 2. Gingivitis is the inflammation of the gums
  • 4. 85 % of adult pets have Periodontal Disease
  • 5. What should I do if my pet shows signs of dental disease? Bring your pet in for a thorough physical examination performed by your veterinarian.
  • 6. Dental Cleaning Procedures Include: • • • • • • • Pre-sedation physical exam I.V. catheterization Sedation and vital sign monitoring Ultrasonic teeth scaling Teeth polishing to smooth surfaces after scaling Antiseptic flushing to remove bacteria Sealant application on teeth to build resistance to new tartar
  • 7. Rocky Point Animal Hospital is Equipped with Modern Dentistry Equipment
  • 8. What to expect….
  • 9. How can I prevent dental disease? • Brush your pet’s teeth using veterinarian approved products by C.E.T. • Dog’s love C.E.T. Oral Hygiene chews which combine a natural antiseptic with abrasive action
  • 10. Ask How Your Pet Can Start Benefitting From Dental Care