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  1. Arti says:

    Oftentimes, if we see periodontal disease or any kind of disease in the mouth, we’re going to recommend a full dental assessment. Oftentimes, if we see periodontal disease or any kind of disease in the mouth, we’re going to recommend a full dental assessment. Maybe if they’re an aggressive chewer – like on a rope toy or something like that – that can be a sign that there’s some periodontal changes, gingivitis, inflammation in the mouth, or something else that might be of concern. Maybe if they’re an aggressive chewer – like on a rope toy or something like that – that can be a sign that there’s some periodontal changes, gingivitis, inflammation in the mouth, or something else that might be of concern. Probably the most common thing that we hear owners bring to our attention is bad breath, it’s halitosis. Probably the most common thing that we hear owners bring to our attention is bad breath, it’s halitosis. Those are probably the two most common things that you’re going to notice at home. Those are probably the two most common things that you’re going to notice at home. You might also notice some bleeding. You might also notice some bleeding. We’re looking for an infection that’s hiding under the gum line that’s causing discomfort to that dog, and those are the teeth that potentially need to be addressed, maybe with an extraction, maybe with some sort of other periodontal treatment. We’re looking for an infection that’s hiding under the gum line that’s causing discomfort to that dog, and those are the teeth that potentially need to be addressed, maybe with an extraction, maybe with some sort of other periodontal treatment. Of course, dogs are always giving kisses. Of course, dogs are always giving kisses. Of course, dogs are always giving kisses. Of course, dogs are always giving kisses. All depends on what we find in there. All depends on what we find in there. Maybe if they’re an aggressive chewer, like on a rope toy or something like that, that can be assigned that there’s some periodontal changes, gingivitis, inflammation in the mouth, something that might be of concern. Maybe if they’re an aggressive chewer, like on a rope toy or something like that, that can be assigned that there’s some periodontal changes, gingivitis, inflammation in the mouth, something that might be of concern. We’re going to scale and polish and make the crowns look nice. We’re going to scale and polish and make the crowns look nice. We’re going to get underneath that gum line with an ultrasonic scaler and address that underlying periodontal disease. We’re going to get underneath that gum line with an ultrasonic scaler and address that underlying periodontal disease. Probably the most common thing that we hear owners bring to our attention is bad breath – it’s halitosis. Probably the most common thing that we hear owners bring to our attention is bad breath – it’s halitosis. We’re going to get underneath that gum line with an ultrasonic scaler and address that underlying periodontal disease. We’re going to get underneath that gum line with an ultrasonic scaler and address that underlying periodontal disease. It’s very easy to pick up on. It’s very easy to pick up on. It’s very easy to pick up on. It’s very easy to pick up on. Oftentimes, if we see periodontal disease or any kind of disease in the mouth, we’re going to recommend a full dental assessment. Oftentimes, if we see periodontal disease or any kind of disease in the mouth, we’re going to recommend a full dental assessment. Typically, that’s under anesthesia and there’s a lot that goes into that. Typically, that’s under anesthesia and there’s a lot that goes into that. But what’s maybe the most important, is we’re going to look with dental x-rays and we’re going to probe and we’re going to look for deep pockets. But what’s maybe the most important, is we’re going to look with dental x-rays and we’re going to probe and we’re going to look for deep pockets. Typically, that’s under anesthesia and there’s a lot that goes into that. Typically, that’s under anesthesia and there’s a lot that goes into that. We’re going to clean the teeth. We’re going to clean the teeth. We’re going to scale and polish and make the crowns look nice. We’re going to scale and polish and make the crowns look nice. It can be a sign that there’s something going on in your dog’s mouth. It can be a sign that there’s something going on in your dog’s mouth. Those are probably the two most common things that you’re going to notice at home. Those are probably the two most common things that you’re going to notice at home. You might also notice some bleeding. You might also notice some bleeding. Not only, yes, we’re going to clean the teeth. Not only, yes, we’re going to clean the teeth. It absolutely can be a sign that there’s something going on in your dog’s mouth. It absolutely can be a sign that there’s something going on in your dog’s mouth.

  2. Arti says:

    We’re going to scale and polish and make the crowns look nice. We’re going to scale and polish and make the crowns look nice. Maybe if they’re an aggressive chewer – like on a rope toy or something like that – that can be a sign that there’s some periodontal changes, gingivitis, inflammation in the mouth, or something else that might be of concern. Maybe if they’re an aggressive chewer – like on a rope toy or something like that – that can be a sign that there’s some periodontal changes, gingivitis, inflammation in the mouth, or something else that might be of concern. It’s very easy to pick up on. It’s very easy to pick up on. You might also notice some bleeding. You might also notice some bleeding. Those are probably the two most common things that you’re going to notice at home. Those are probably the two most common things that you’re going to notice at home. Maybe if they’re an aggressive chewer, like on a rope toy or something like that, that can be assigned that there’s some periodontal changes, gingivitis, inflammation in the mouth, something that might be of concern. Maybe if they’re an aggressive chewer, like on a rope toy or something like that, that can be assigned that there’s some periodontal changes, gingivitis, inflammation in the mouth, something that might be of concern. We’re going to clean the teeth. We’re going to clean the teeth. It’s very easy to pick up on. It’s very easy to pick up on. Those are probably the two most common things that you’re going to notice at home. Those are probably the two most common things that you’re going to notice at home. You might also notice some bleeding. You might also notice some bleeding. We’re going to scale and polish and make the crowns look nice. We’re going to scale and polish and make the crowns look nice. Oftentimes, if we see periodontal disease or any kind of disease in the mouth, we’re going to recommend a full dental assessment. Oftentimes, if we see periodontal disease or any kind of disease in the mouth, we’re going to recommend a full dental assessment. Typically, that’s under anesthesia and there’s a lot that goes into that. Typically, that’s under anesthesia and there’s a lot that goes into that. Probably the most common thing that we hear owners bring to our attention is bad breath, it’s halitosis. Probably the most common thing that we hear owners bring to our attention is bad breath, it’s halitosis. But what’s maybe the most important, is we’re going to look with dental x-rays and we’re going to probe and we’re going to look for deep pockets. But what’s maybe the most important, is we’re going to look with dental x-rays and we’re going to probe and we’re going to look for deep pockets. Oftentimes, if we see periodontal disease or any kind of disease in the mouth, we’re going to recommend a full dental assessment. Oftentimes, if we see periodontal disease or any kind of disease in the mouth, we’re going to recommend a full dental assessment. Of course, dogs are always giving kisses. Of course, dogs are always giving kisses. Of course, dogs are always giving kisses. Of course, dogs are always giving kisses. We’re going to get underneath that gum line with an ultrasonic scaler and address that underlying periodontal disease. We’re going to get underneath that gum line with an ultrasonic scaler and address that underlying periodontal disease. Typically, that’s under anesthesia and there’s a lot that goes into that. Typically, that’s under anesthesia and there’s a lot that goes into that. All depends on what we find in there. All depends on what we find in there. Not only, yes, we’re going to clean the teeth. Not only, yes, we’re going to clean the teeth. It can be a sign that there’s something going on in your dog’s mouth. It can be a sign that there’s something going on in your dog’s mouth. We’re going to get underneath that gum line with an ultrasonic scaler and address that underlying periodontal disease. We’re going to get underneath that gum line with an ultrasonic scaler and address that underlying periodontal disease. Probably the most common thing that we hear owners bring to our attention is bad breath – it’s halitosis. Probably the most common thing that we hear owners bring to our attention is bad breath – it’s halitosis. We’re looking for an infection that’s hiding under the gum line that’s causing discomfort to that dog, and those are the teeth that potentially need to be addressed, maybe with an extraction, maybe with some sort of other periodontal treatment. We’re looking for an infection that’s hiding under the gum line that’s causing discomfort to that dog, and those are the teeth that potentially need to be addressed, maybe with an extraction, maybe with some sort of other periodontal treatment. It absolutely can be a sign that there’s something going on in your dog’s mouth. It absolutely can be a sign that there’s something going on in your dog’s mouth.

  3. Arti says:

    Typically, that’s under anesthesia and there’s a lot that goes into that. Typically, that’s under anesthesia and there’s a lot that goes into that. We’re going to clean the teeth. We’re going to clean the teeth. We’re going to get underneath that gum line with an ultrasonic scaler and address that underlying periodontal disease. We’re going to get underneath that gum line with an ultrasonic scaler and address that underlying periodontal disease. Not only, yes, we’re going to clean the teeth. Not only, yes, we’re going to clean the teeth. We’re going to get underneath that gum line with an ultrasonic scaler and address that underlying periodontal disease. We’re going to get underneath that gum line with an ultrasonic scaler and address that underlying periodontal disease. All depends on what we find in there. All depends on what we find in there. Maybe if they’re an aggressive chewer, like on a rope toy or something like that, that can be assigned that there’s some periodontal changes, gingivitis, inflammation in the mouth, something that might be of concern. Maybe if they’re an aggressive chewer, like on a rope toy or something like that, that can be assigned that there’s some periodontal changes, gingivitis, inflammation in the mouth, something that might be of concern. Oftentimes, if we see periodontal disease or any kind of disease in the mouth, we’re going to recommend a full dental assessment. Oftentimes, if we see periodontal disease or any kind of disease in the mouth, we’re going to recommend a full dental assessment. We’re looking for an infection that’s hiding under the gum line that’s causing discomfort to that dog, and those are the teeth that potentially need to be addressed, maybe with an extraction, maybe with some sort of other periodontal treatment. We’re looking for an infection that’s hiding under the gum line that’s causing discomfort to that dog, and those are the teeth that potentially need to be addressed, maybe with an extraction, maybe with some sort of other periodontal treatment. You might also notice some bleeding. You might also notice some bleeding. You might also notice some bleeding. You might also notice some bleeding. Probably the most common thing that we hear owners bring to our attention is bad breath – it’s halitosis. Probably the most common thing that we hear owners bring to our attention is bad breath – it’s halitosis. We’re going to scale and polish and make the crowns look nice. We’re going to scale and polish and make the crowns look nice. Oftentimes, if we see periodontal disease or any kind of disease in the mouth, we’re going to recommend a full dental assessment. Oftentimes, if we see periodontal disease or any kind of disease in the mouth, we’re going to recommend a full dental assessment. Of course, dogs are always giving kisses. Of course, dogs are always giving kisses. It absolutely can be a sign that there’s something going on in your dog’s mouth. It absolutely can be a sign that there’s something going on in your dog’s mouth. Of course, dogs are always giving kisses. Of course, dogs are always giving kisses. Probably the most common thing that we hear owners bring to our attention is bad breath, it’s halitosis. Probably the most common thing that we hear owners bring to our attention is bad breath, it’s halitosis. Those are probably the two most common things that you’re going to notice at home. Those are probably the two most common things that you’re going to notice at home. Those are probably the two most common things that you’re going to notice at home. Those are probably the two most common things that you’re going to notice at home. We’re going to scale and polish and make the crowns look nice. We’re going to scale and polish and make the crowns look nice. It’s very easy to pick up on. It’s very easy to pick up on. Typically, that’s under anesthesia and there’s a lot that goes into that. Typically, that’s under anesthesia and there’s a lot that goes into that. Maybe if they’re an aggressive chewer – like on a rope toy or something like that – that can be a sign that there’s some periodontal changes, gingivitis, inflammation in the mouth, or something else that might be of concern. Maybe if they’re an aggressive chewer – like on a rope toy or something like that – that can be a sign that there’s some periodontal changes, gingivitis, inflammation in the mouth, or something else that might be of concern. But what’s maybe the most important, is we’re going to look with dental x-rays and we’re going to probe and we’re going to look for deep pockets. But what’s maybe the most important, is we’re going to look with dental x-rays and we’re going to probe and we’re going to look for deep pockets. It can be a sign that there’s something going on in your dog’s mouth. It can be a sign that there’s something going on in your dog’s mouth. It’s very easy to pick up on. It’s very easy to pick up on.

  4. Arti says:

    Maybe if they’re an aggressive chewer – like on a rope toy or something like that – that can be a sign that there’s some periodontal changes, gingivitis, inflammation in the mouth, or something else that might be of concern. Maybe if they’re an aggressive chewer – like on a rope toy or something like that – that can be a sign that there’s some periodontal changes, gingivitis, inflammation in the mouth, or something else that might be of concern. Of course, dogs are always giving kisses. Of course, dogs are always giving kisses. You might also notice some bleeding. You might also notice some bleeding. It can be a sign that there’s something going on in your dog’s mouth. It can be a sign that there’s something going on in your dog’s mouth. Typically, that’s under anesthesia and there’s a lot that goes into that. Typically, that’s under anesthesia and there’s a lot that goes into that. We’re going to get underneath that gum line with an ultrasonic scaler and address that underlying periodontal disease. We’re going to get underneath that gum line with an ultrasonic scaler and address that underlying periodontal disease. We’re going to scale and polish and make the crowns look nice. We’re going to scale and polish and make the crowns look nice. Of course, dogs are always giving kisses. Of course, dogs are always giving kisses. We’re looking for an infection that’s hiding under the gum line that’s causing discomfort to that dog, and those are the teeth that potentially need to be addressed, maybe with an extraction, maybe with some sort of other periodontal treatment. We’re looking for an infection that’s hiding under the gum line that’s causing discomfort to that dog, and those are the teeth that potentially need to be addressed, maybe with an extraction, maybe with some sort of other periodontal treatment. Probably the most common thing that we hear owners bring to our attention is bad breath – it’s halitosis. Probably the most common thing that we hear owners bring to our attention is bad breath – it’s halitosis. Oftentimes, if we see periodontal disease or any kind of disease in the mouth, we’re going to recommend a full dental assessment. Oftentimes, if we see periodontal disease or any kind of disease in the mouth, we’re going to recommend a full dental assessment. Probably the most common thing that we hear owners bring to our attention is bad breath, it’s halitosis. Probably the most common thing that we hear owners bring to our attention is bad breath, it’s halitosis. Typically, that’s under anesthesia and there’s a lot that goes into that. Typically, that’s under anesthesia and there’s a lot that goes into that. Maybe if they’re an aggressive chewer, like on a rope toy or something like that, that can be assigned that there’s some periodontal changes, gingivitis, inflammation in the mouth, something that might be of concern. Maybe if they’re an aggressive chewer, like on a rope toy or something like that, that can be assigned that there’s some periodontal changes, gingivitis, inflammation in the mouth, something that might be of concern. Those are probably the two most common things that you’re going to notice at home. Those are probably the two most common things that you’re going to notice at home. All depends on what we find in there. All depends on what we find in there. Not only, yes, we’re going to clean the teeth. Not only, yes, we’re going to clean the teeth. It absolutely can be a sign that there’s something going on in your dog’s mouth. It absolutely can be a sign that there’s something going on in your dog’s mouth. We’re going to get underneath that gum line with an ultrasonic scaler and address that underlying periodontal disease. We’re going to get underneath that gum line with an ultrasonic scaler and address that underlying periodontal disease. We’re going to scale and polish and make the crowns look nice. We’re going to scale and polish and make the crowns look nice. But what’s maybe the most important, is we’re going to look with dental x-rays and we’re going to probe and we’re going to look for deep pockets. But what’s maybe the most important, is we’re going to look with dental x-rays and we’re going to probe and we’re going to look for deep pockets. It’s very easy to pick up on. It’s very easy to pick up on. It’s very easy to pick up on. It’s very easy to pick up on. Oftentimes, if we see periodontal disease or any kind of disease in the mouth, we’re going to recommend a full dental assessment. Oftentimes, if we see periodontal disease or any kind of disease in the mouth, we’re going to recommend a full dental assessment. We’re going to clean the teeth. We’re going to clean the teeth. Those are probably the two most common things that you’re going to notice at home. Those are probably the two most common things that you’re going to notice at home. You might also notice some bleeding. You might also notice some bleeding.

  5. Arti says:

    It absolutely can be a sign that there’s something going on in your dog’s mouth. It absolutely can be a sign that there’s something going on in your dog’s mouth. Maybe if they’re an aggressive chewer – like on a rope toy or something like that – that can be a sign that there’s some periodontal changes, gingivitis, inflammation in the mouth, or something else that might be of concern. Maybe if they’re an aggressive chewer – like on a rope toy or something like that – that can be a sign that there’s some periodontal changes, gingivitis, inflammation in the mouth, or something else that might be of concern. Of course, dogs are always giving kisses. Of course, dogs are always giving kisses. Probably the most common thing that we hear owners bring to our attention is bad breath, it’s halitosis. Probably the most common thing that we hear owners bring to our attention is bad breath, it’s halitosis. We’re going to get underneath that gum line with an ultrasonic scaler and address that underlying periodontal disease. We’re going to get underneath that gum line with an ultrasonic scaler and address that underlying periodontal disease. It can be a sign that there’s something going on in your dog’s mouth. It can be a sign that there’s something going on in your dog’s mouth. Those are probably the two most common things that you’re going to notice at home. Those are probably the two most common things that you’re going to notice at home. You might also notice some bleeding. You might also notice some bleeding. You might also notice some bleeding. You might also notice some bleeding. We’re going to clean the teeth. We’re going to clean the teeth. We’re going to get underneath that gum line with an ultrasonic scaler and address that underlying periodontal disease. We’re going to get underneath that gum line with an ultrasonic scaler and address that underlying periodontal disease. Probably the most common thing that we hear owners bring to our attention is bad breath – it’s halitosis. Probably the most common thing that we hear owners bring to our attention is bad breath – it’s halitosis. It’s very easy to pick up on. It’s very easy to pick up on. It’s very easy to pick up on. It’s very easy to pick up on. All depends on what we find in there. All depends on what we find in there. Typically, that’s under anesthesia and there’s a lot that goes into that. Typically, that’s under anesthesia and there’s a lot that goes into that. We’re going to scale and polish and make the crowns look nice. We’re going to scale and polish and make the crowns look nice. But what’s maybe the most important, is we’re going to look with dental x-rays and we’re going to probe and we’re going to look for deep pockets. But what’s maybe the most important, is we’re going to look with dental x-rays and we’re going to probe and we’re going to look for deep pockets. Maybe if they’re an aggressive chewer, like on a rope toy or something like that, that can be assigned that there’s some periodontal changes, gingivitis, inflammation in the mouth, something that might be of concern. Maybe if they’re an aggressive chewer, like on a rope toy or something like that, that can be assigned that there’s some periodontal changes, gingivitis, inflammation in the mouth, something that might be of concern. Oftentimes, if we see periodontal disease or any kind of disease in the mouth, we’re going to recommend a full dental assessment. Oftentimes, if we see periodontal disease or any kind of disease in the mouth, we’re going to recommend a full dental assessment. Of course, dogs are always giving kisses. Of course, dogs are always giving kisses. Not only, yes, we’re going to clean the teeth. Not only, yes, we’re going to clean the teeth. We’re going to scale and polish and make the crowns look nice. We’re going to scale and polish and make the crowns look nice. We’re looking for an infection that’s hiding under the gum line that’s causing discomfort to that dog, and those are the teeth that potentially need to be addressed, maybe with an extraction, maybe with some sort of other periodontal treatment. We’re looking for an infection that’s hiding under the gum line that’s causing discomfort to that dog, and those are the teeth that potentially need to be addressed, maybe with an extraction, maybe with some sort of other periodontal treatment. Those are probably the two most common things that you’re going to notice at home. Those are probably the two most common things that you’re going to notice at home. Oftentimes, if we see periodontal disease or any kind of disease in the mouth, we’re going to recommend a full dental assessment. Oftentimes, if we see periodontal disease or any kind of disease in the mouth, we’re going to recommend a full dental assessment. Typically, that’s under anesthesia and there’s a lot that goes into that. Typically, that’s under anesthesia and there’s a lot that goes into that.

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