Cat Dentistry

Oral cancer in cats is a serious and often overlooked health concern. Cats, like humans, can develop cancerous growths in and around their mouths, which can significantly impact their overall well-being. While it may not be as commonly discussed as other feline health issues, oral...

Cat oral ulcers, commonly referred to as mouth sores, can be a persistent source of discomfort. Mouth sores can indicate underlying health concerns, such as periodontal disease or abscesses. Potential causes of mouth sores in cats may be due to underlying viral causes, an aberrant...

A commonly asked question is, “Why does my cat’s breath smell like fish?” A sour or fish smell to the breath may be attributed to several reasons. In this post, we'll explore the many causes of fishy cat breath. ...

What is Cancer? Cancer is a challenging term to define. It is rarely a simple or single disease due to its relationship with the different body systems. Cancer may be referred to as a tumor or tumors. It may be benign or malignant. The former...

When it comes to the health and well-being of our beloved feline companions, proper oral care often takes a back seat. Just like humans, cats require regular dental care to prevent a host of potential health issues. Brushing your cat's teeth might seem like a...

While cats may not be as inclined to go on outdoor adventures as dogs, there are still plenty of enjoyable activities you can do with your feline friend in Colorado Springs. Cats are curious creatures and appreciate mental and physical stimulation, so here are some...

The title of this blog is a common question asked during our dental consults. "Why does my dog/cat have so much tartar" may also be asked if tartar accumulation occurs frequently after a dental cleaning (COHAT). This article will discuss what tartar is, how it...

Veterinary dentists commonly perform endodontic procedures on canine and feline patients, including root canals. Owners frequently bring their dogs and cats to us because they have discussed options with their primary veterinarian and come to us seeking a root canal....