Dental Care

November 2012
Veterinary Ireland Journal;Nov2012, Vol. 2 Issue 11, p552
Academic Journal
The article offers information on dental care for pets. It mentions that Mars Petcare is running Pedigree Dental Care Month a high profile nationwide campaign improving the health of dog's teeth and gums. It focuses on diseases including gingivitis, somatitis and periodontitis. It mentions that professional periodontal therapy (PPT) is performed under general anaesthesia and includes tooth polishing, sub gingival lavage and root planning.


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