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Top 10 Dental Problems in Cats and Dogs: Malocclusion

Posted on 03-20-2018

Cute overbite! There are many different forms of malocclusions. Some may be caused by retained deciduous teeth, some may be a result of trauma and some can be genetic or developmental in origi...

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Top 10 Dental Problems in Cats and Dogs: Retained and Fractured Deciduous Teeth

Posted on 03-06-2018

All deciduous or baby teeth should be gone at the age of 6 months for dogs and age of 5 months for cats and replaced by adult or permanent teeth.  If there are deciduous teeth still present o...

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Top 10 Dental Problems in Cats and Dogs: Excess, Rotated & Overcrowded Teeth

Posted on 02-28-2018

Puppies normally have twenty-eight deciduous or baby teeth and forty-two adult or permanent teeth. Dogs have four types of teeth – incisors, canine teeth, premolars, and molars. Extra tee...

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Top 10 Dental Problems in Cats and Dogs: Worn Teeth

Posted on 02-28-2018

Pets spend most of their lives chewing on things, and their teeth can show wear and tear over time. Worn teeth can be caused by teeth on teeth contact (from malocclusion) or excessive and long-ter...

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Top 10 Dental Problems in Cats and Dogs: Discolored Teeth

Posted on 02-28-2018

Teeth are comprised of four major components – Enamel, Dentin, Cementum, and Pulp, which you will learn about over the next few weeks. Discolored teeth indicate the tooth or teeth hav...

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