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Posted on 02-03-2017

Pet Dental Month: See Your Marietta Cat Dentist in February!cat dental

The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) has designated February as National Pet Dental Month to bring awareness to an essential, but often overlooked, part of preventative health care for pets. Luckily, it's quite easy and convenient to find a terrific cat dentist for cat teeth cleanings and dental exams. Simply make an appointment with your cat veterinarian in Marietta GA, where we offer cat teeth cleanings and complete dental care for your feline friend(s). 

Get Marietta Cat Dental Care at Cat Care Hospital

In a perfect world, you would start seeing your cat dentist early in your cat's life. This way, you can help prevent gum disease and tooth loss with proactive, preventative cat dental care. If your cat is overdue for cat dental care,  it's not too late to begin. When you start with annual dental cleanings and regular cat dental care, you can save your cat future pain and tooth loss.

If your cat has already developed gingivitis, it can be reversed in early stages with cat teeth cleanings and dental exams at your cat veterinarian. You can also prevent gum disease bacteria from reaching the internal organs, which can cause heart problems, liver disease and more. 

Dental Cleanings from Our Cat Vet in Marietta

During dental exams and cleanings at our cat veterinarian

  • Anesthesia is usually administered for a complete cat dental exam and cleaning.
  • Digital dental x-rays are taken.
  • Our Marietta cat veterinarian looks for cracked, loose or missing teeth, mouth ulcers and more.
  • Our vet measures gaps between gums and teeth. 
  • Information is noted on your cat’s dental chart.
  • Your cat's teeth are cleaned and scaled, above and below the gums.
  • Teeth are polished to discourage plaque accumulation.
  • If tooth repair or extraction in needed, it can often be done at the same time.

Show your pet some love! Let Pet Dental Month (February) serve as a reminder to contact Cat Care Hospital for cat dental care in Marietta. Call 770-424-6369 today!

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