ᐅ What should I do if my dog breaks a tooth?

WHAT SHOULD I DO IF MY DOG BREAKS A TOOTH?

Cats and dogs often need treatment after breaking their teeth. In some cases  for example, dogs that pick up hard objects, such as stones or wood, or cats that suffer a facial trauma after falling from a height, a traffic accident, etc.  they may break one or more crowns. Unlike what many think, cats and dogs suffer the consequences of these traumas. If tooth pulp is exposed, this can cause a periapical infection and the symptoms we suffer when we have the same problem: acute and then chronic pain, possible infection in the bone and facial or oral fistulas. In these cases, your pet will require orthodontic care, such as root canal treatment, which in most cases resolves the inflammation issue. The tooth will be reconstructed using orthodontic resin or metal alloys and mounted on what remains of the original tooth. When a tooth is broken and dental pulp exposed, if conservative treatment is not an option, the tooth will have to be extracted.

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