Bad breath despite "clean" teeth could still be dental disease

11/1/2011 | Pioneer Press (St. Paul, Minn.)

Bad breath in a pet whose teeth appear clean to the owner may be due to internal illness, but dental disease is more likely to be the cause, according to veterinary dentist Jan Bellows. "Sixty percent of the tooth is below the gum line," says Dr. Bellows. "Odds are, plaque there requires removal."

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