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When we think about dental disease in our pets and four-legged family members, many of us immediately picture those small dogs with horrible bad breath. We have even coined the phrase “doggy breath.” Too often our feline friends are often left behind when it comes...

What is a malocclusion? Malocclusions, or abnormal bites, are a rather common occurrence in our 4-legged family members. Up to 25-35% of pets may be affected by a malocclusion. Some malocclusions are now considered normal for certain breeds of both dogs and cats. Pets that may...

In this post, we will discuss some of the biggest reasons why pet owners do not proceed with an anesthetic dental procedure, such as thinking that their pet is too old for anesthesia.  Among the top reasons why pet owners do not have their pet's...

Everyone loves a kiss from their dog, regardless if they are a Chihuahua or a Great Dane.  It's a sign of their love for you and it not only brings you joy but also brings your pet joy as well.  It's part of the human-animal...

Wait, what!? Braces in dogs!? Is this a real thing?? Before you get overly excited that we may be able to place braces on your pet’s teeth to provide that million-dollar smile, let’s discuss what veterinary orthodontics is and what it isn’t.    Orthodontic Therapy In Veterinary...

Oral pain in pets can be a significant source of discomfort and can indicate underlying dental or oral health problems. Identifying signs of oral pain early is crucial for timely treatment and prevention of further complications. Here are the top five signs that may indicate...

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    Your Pet Dentist of Nashville
    147 Thompson Lane
    Nashville, TN 37211