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Cats start out with 30 adult teeth. Ideally, they should keep all 30 teeth throughout their life. Unfortunately, genetics and a lack of willingness for many cats to comply with daily oral home care lead to a need for tooth extraction. 


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Oral health is essential for us as well as our companion pets. The oral cavity involves not only the teeth but also the tongue, gingiva, oral mucosa, hard palate, and jawbones. It receives food and sets up the stage for proper digestion. In dogs and cats, as well as many other species, the oral cavity is not merely used for eating but also play and grooming.  

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Cats are wonderful, furry creatures with a lot of love to share and very unique personalities. Some cats enjoy physical interaction, but others less so. It can provide a challenge to respect boundaries if the feline is prone to overstimulation or if there are underlying medical concerns that may affect the cat’s behavior.

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Feline dentistry is a unique and often challenging part of veterinary dentistry. Animal Dental Care and Oral Surgery’s dental training center offers a full day course in feline dentistry which builds upon the Introduction to Veterinary Dentistry and Radiology and Introduction to Veterinary Oral Surgery courses.

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