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Tuesday 22nd of January 2019

Plastic Dish Nasal Dermatitis

General information on Plastic Dish Nasal Dermatitis

Plastic dish nasal dermatitis is a type of depigmentation. This depigmentation occurs in the skin of the nose and the lips. The cause of plastic dish nasal dermatitis is dogs eating out of plastic and rubber dog bowls that have the chemical pbenzylhydroquinone within them. This chemical in the plastic and rubber bowls is absorbed into the skin of the lips and nose while the dog is eating and prohibits melanin from being manufactured in the skin. This can cause the skin of the lips and nose to become irritated and inflamed.

Symptoms of Plastic Dish Nasal Dermatitis

Some of the symptoms of plastic dish nasal dermatitis may be:

Depigmentation of the nose, Depigmentation of the lips, Irritation of the nose, Irritation of the lips, Inflammation of the nose, and Inflammation of the lips.

Plastic dish nasal dermatitis only occurs in dogs that eat and drink out of plastic and rubber bowls. Should a dog be presenting similar symptoms and only eats out of stainless steel or ceramic bowls, the dog has a different condition and not plastic dish nasal dermatitis.

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Treatments for Plastic Dish Nasal Dermatitis

The treatment for plastic dish nasal dermatitis is switching the type of bowl that the dog eats out of to stainless steel or ceramic. Typically, no other form of treatment is necessary.

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