Your pet is home fresh from a dental cleaning and is sporting some pearly whites.
Your cat has been diagnosed with cervical line lesions. What does that mean?
As horse owners, we are told to get our horses’ teeth checked and floated at least once a year. But why?
Our pets are pros at hiding pain. Even a pet with abscessed teeth may continue to eat, drink, and play despite their dental discomfort.
Dental X-rays have become a useful tool in veterinary dentistry because they allow us to see the area beneath the gumline where up to 75% of our pet’s tooth structure lies.
As we started a new year I, like many others, took a little time to look back at the years past. Not just 2017, but further back.