Bad Breath is a sign of Dental Disease

August 2, 2017


These teeth were all removed from a single dog whose primary complaint was bad breath. A thorough examination performed under general anaesthesia found profound periodontal loss. The roots of these teeth had lost their attachment to the bone which means irreversible disease. The diseased teeth were all extracted, the mouth healed and the bad breath has disappeared. Most importantly the silent pain and source of bacterial infection are gone.

Animals can still eat well without a full set of teeth, they may just need some modification to their diet.

Veterinarians at the Albert Animal Hospital are passionate about PREVENTING dental disease. Ask us how - call for a FREE dental check up on 3208 9233.



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