Dentist Visit for Brussels Griffons


Has your Brussels Griffon ever been to a canine dentist or had a dental checkup from his vet? Did you know that it’s important to brush your pup’s teeth on a daily routine to help prevent plaque build-up, which can be a cause of gingivitis? If notice your Brussels Griffon is having trouble eating, chewing or has even developed bad breath call your vet. These could be indications of gingivitis or other periodontal illnesses. If the symptoms are teeth or gum related then your vet may suggest scheduling a trip to the dentist. During the dental exam your Brussels Griffon may be sedated so that the vet can thoroughly check his teeth and gums for plaque, bacteria, etc. Your vet may also take this time to scrape excessive plaque, calculus build-up and other debris from your Brussels Griffon’s teeth. Rotted teeth may also be pulled. For additional information, talk with your veterinary clinic Oconomowoc, WI.

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