Feline Resorptive Lesions
Pet Resorptive Lesions in Toledo, OH
We recommend annual oral examinations for your feline friend because the cause of these lesions are unknown. Regular at-home brushing and dental exams are necessary to help them in the early stages.
HOW DO YOU TREAT RESORPTIVE LESIONS?
If the veterinarian suspects your cat has a resorptive lesion, they will recommend performing a dental cleaning as well as digital x-rays. Once diagnosed, the goal of treatment is to resolve tooth and mouth pain and attempt to restore a healthy mouth. In most cases, the lesions are too small for restoration and removal of the tooth is the preferred treatment.
SIGNS TO WATCH FOR:
- Oral pain
- Head tilt when eating or trying to only chew on one side of the mouth
- Lack of Appetite
- Unable to chew kibble
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