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Dental surgery - what to expect

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Dental surgery - what to expect

Tooth decay, plaque and broken teeth don’t just happen to us, our pets are commonly affected too. We all want the best for our pets, and wouldn’t want them in any discomfort. Dental disease is very common in pets, especially as they get older, but can be difficult to spot. As with many things, early treatment for dental disease is best, as problems can get rapidly worse. 

How do I know if my pet has dental disease?

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Why has my pet got dental disease?

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Why does my pet need dental surgery?

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What does dental surgery involve?

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Will my pet need a general anesthetic?

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What are the possible complications of dental surgery?

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How do I care for my pet after dental surgery?

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Can I stop my pet getting dental disease?

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