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Dental Disorders

Dental Disorders

Dental Disorders & Dental Care for Cats

Dental disorders in cats affect more than just your pet's mouth. Bacteria from their mouth can enter the bloodstream and damage their liver, kidney, lungs, and heart. All-natural mouth drops by NHV are powerful at cleaning bacteria from your pet’s mouth and remedying your cat’s bad breath.

How NHV’s Mouth Drops Remedy Your Cat’s Bad Breath

NHV’s Mouth Drops for cats are a bad-breath remedy formulated with powerful natural ingredients. Extracts such as neem and sage have strong antibacterial properties, while ingredients like White Oak and Myrrh are excellent for soothing pain and inflammation. This remedy was developed by veterinarians with 20+ years of experience and is produced in an FDA-approved facility.

Try a remedy that helps fight gingivitis, bacterial infections, tooth decay, and other oral health issues. Provide support for your cat’s dental care with a natural bad-breath remedy. Along with regular brushing, and a healthy diet, NHV Mouth Drops can help keep your pet’s mouth healthy and reduce odors.

About Cat Dental Care

Dental disorders range from gum disease, gingivitis, periodontitis, stomatitis, and endodontic disease. It's important to have a stringent dental regime at home for your cat, as well as support any complications in the body that may have arisen from any dental disorder. If dental issues are quickly addressed, cats can develop other conditions like kidney, systemic infections, and even affect neurological health as well heart and cardiovascular health.

Some cat breeds are more susceptible to dental disorders than others. For example, breeds like Persian, British, and Exotic Shorthair, and very short-nosed breeds can have misaligned teeth because their jawbone tends to be too small to accommodate all of their teeth. Misaligned teeth build up plaque and tartar faster because they are not in the right position for normal abrasion when eating and chewing.

Your cat’s diet also contributes to potential dental disorders. It is possible that wet, paste-textured foods accumulate more plaque and tartar on the teeth because of a lack of abrasion. Wet food may also cling to the teeth and harbor bacteria, so it is extra important for pet parents to brush and care for their cat’s teeth and gums even more frequently if feeding wet food. Wet food does provide many benefits, like getting water into your cat’s body. Dry food may provide more of the natural abrasive action that cats need for healthy teeth. NHV pet experts would recommend feeding a combination of wet and dry food. Using a bad breath remedy for cats can help control and kill bacteria present in the mouth.

Additional Support

Visit NHV’s blog for more advice on taking care of your pet’s oral health. You can also visit our Pet Expert Q&A where we have compiled tons of questions from pet owners and answers from experienced veterinarians.

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