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Especially Cats
Dental care means longer life for your cat.  Cats with routine dental care typically live longer and healthier lives.  Cats with dental disease constantly release bacteria from their mouths into their bloodstream (i.e. bacteremia), resulting in inflammatory changes in the heart, liver, and kidney tissue in otherwise healthy animals.  Severe dental problems may be exacerbated in cats that already have other existing diseases.  Periodontal disease is a major health risk for your cat. It is the most common disease found in feline animal hospital practices and it can be extremely painful.  Most frequently, cats with oral pain “suffer in silence” unnecessarily.  Periodontal disease in felines is preventable, with proper care.  Let us give your cat a complete dental check-up and advise you on how to keep your cat's teeth clean and healthy for a long and pain-free lifetime!

Dental Care For Your Cat

CLICK TO WATCH VIDEO ON HOW TO BRUSH YOUR CATíS TEETH
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ESPECIALLY CATS VETERINARY HOSPITAL  Serving the San Franscisco Bay Area 1339 Taraval Street    San Francisco, CA  94116  Phone (415) 681-5553   FAX (415) 681-8409
Especially Cats
Dental care means longer life for your cat.  Cats with routine dental care typically live longer and healthier lives.  Cats with dental disease constantly release bacteria from their mouths into their bloodstream (i.e. bacteremia), resulting in inflammatory changes in the heart, liver, and kidney tissue in otherwise healthy animals.  Severe dental problems may be exacerbated in cats that already have other existing diseases.  Periodontal disease is a major health risk for your cat. It is the most common disease found in feline animal hospital practices and it can be extremely painful.  Most frequently, cats with oral pain “suffer in silence” unnecessarily.  Periodontal disease in felines is preventable, with proper care.  Let us give your cat a complete dental check-up and advise you on how to keep your cat's teeth clean and healthy for a long and pain-free lifetime!
CLICK TO WATCH VIDEO ON HOW TO BRUSH YOUR CATíS TEETH
Veterinary Hospital Websites Ireland Ltd  © 2016  All Rights Reserved   All Images Copyrighted  IE # 542539 Vet Web Designers Your Rx For Animal Hospital Website Design
ESPECIALLY CATS VETERINARY HOSPITAL  Serving the San Franscisco Bay Area 1339 Taraval Street    San Francisco, CA  94116  Phone 415-681-5553  
DENTISTRY