June 7, 2019
Cats are famous for hiding illness, so it can be hard to tell if they have a dental problem. But, given that we know some 80% of cats have gum disease by the age of three, it is likely this will affect your cat at some point.
To stay on top of your cat’s dental hygiene, why not book a dental check-up with one of our veterinary nurses at Notting Hill Vets? This will set your mind at rest that your cat isn’t suffering, and you can stock up on lots of dental advice at the same time.
Our head vet Emma has put together a checklist of the symptoms to spot if you suspect your cat has poor dental health:
It is important to catch dental problems early because advanced disease is unpleasant for your cat and can lead to other health issues. Plus, it can be expensive to treat.
With a few simple steps, you can prevent problems from arising in the first place: