lf food particles and bacteria are allowed to accumulate along the dog's gum line,it can form plaque, which, when combined with saliva and minerals, will transform into calculus. This causes gum irritation and leads to an inflammatory condition called gingivitis.
After an extended period, the calculus builds up under the gum and separates it from the teeth.
Spaces will form under the teeth, fostering bacterial growth. Once this happens, the dog has Irreversible periodontal disease. AIso, the bacteria present in the tartar, can enter the bloodstream and affect other organs such as kidney, heart, liver and articulation.
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