General information on Gingivitis
Gingivitis is when calculus builds up around your dog’s gum line which produces spots at which the gum is forced away from the teeth. This creates small pockets that trap food and bacteria and the gums become infected.
Symptoms of Gingivitis
The symptoms of Gingivitis are bad breath, red and swollen gums, bleeding gums, pus may ooze from gums when pressed.
Treatments for Gingivitis
Your dog’s teeth should be professionally cleaned to remove all plaque and calculus.
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