Our pets’ teeth are often overlooked and can be a major source of worry and pain. Symptoms of gingivitis or dental disease include excessive drooling, smelly breath, discolouration of the teeth, bleeding gums, and reluctance to eat hard dog or cat food. Furthermore, bacteria and toxins can enter the bloodstream and cause damage to vital organs such as the heart, kidneys and liver.
Our sophisticated dental equipment allows us to tackle any problem easily. Routine scaling and polishing of teeth can be done as a preventative measure. Florida Veterinary Hospital is equipped with a dental radiograph (x-ray) system which allows us to accurately determine the scope of any dental problems present.
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PICTURE OF BAD DOG MOUTH AND SOME DENTAL RADIOGRAPHS