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A: Most likely! Maybe he just did THAT THING pet owners don't like to discuss - pet poo eating - but if this is a persistent, "knock-you-over" foul odor, then YES! Despite minimal buildup, some pets have pockets below the gum line that collect decaying food and bacteria. This causes a terrible odor and BIG dental problems in the form of infection, bone loss and inflammation.
A: Yes, but not like the ones human get. In almost all cases, pet cavities are areas of tooth resorption that can not be stopped by drilling and filling. Deep resorptive cavities on the surface of teeth are very painful, exposing the inner nerves of the tooth. Unfortunately, extraction is the only permanent option.
A: Check out this great article on our page - Oral Care
For more information please refer to:
The American Veterinary Dental College
The Veterinary Oral Health Council
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