Over 70% of pets (age 2+) have dental diseasePrescription Diet t/d is clinically proven to reduce plaque, stain & tartar buildup.
Has the time come for dental month to die?
February 7, 2023Could 2023 be the year dental discounts die? When National Pet Dental Health Month began in February two decades ago, its goal was to educate pet owners and fill seasonal downturns for practices. Deliberate discounts have mutated into marketing monsters for hospitals. Many practices have jampacked dental schedules from January to March to accommodate the demand.
What can cause pet tooth resorption?
September 23, 2022The cause of tooth resorption likely resides in an environmental change or aspect of domestication that 1) has increased in popularity since the 1960s, and 2) is capable of causing changes to the entire periodontium of multiple, if not all, permanent teeth.
Notable developmental defects of the mandibular first molar in dogs
March 22, 2022Chelsey, a seven-year-old spayed cockapoo, recently presented for extraction of her left mandibular first molar tooth (tooth 309) that was diagnosed with endodontic disease on dental radiographs that were taken by her primary care veterinarian.