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Tooth Decay, Toothache in Cats and Dental Problems in Cats

Do Cats get Tooth Decay? THEY DO..... KEEP READING...........

Cats do get bad teeth but they are not usually ACT the same as cavities in humans. The most common dental problem found in cats is a condition called Feline odontoclastic resorptive lesions (FORL)

Sometimes the FORLS are obvious but sometimes they are only evident from x-ray images. Decay is usually below the gum line. FORLs are classified from 1 to 5 depending on the severity

It is believed that up to two thirds of all cats over the age of five will suffer from FORLs at some stage.

FORLS cause a great deal of pain. The be so intense that even under general Anesthesia the cat when the tooth is probed.

The first symptom you may notice may be to eat. Any pressure on the tooth is extremely painful. The cat may be very hungry and will attempt to eat the food when he gets it in his mouth.

A cat may reach a point where he no to eat and he becomes thin and loses condition. He to drink and become dehydrated.

* The cat may be reluctant to eat.

* The cat may drool excessively.

* You may notice bleeding from

* Bad Breath is another indication.

* The cat flinches or cries out in pain when you touch the mouth region.

* The Cat may paw at the mouth.

On examination of your cat's you a red line or redness and swelling at the point where the tooth meets the gum. The picture at the top of the page shows a case of bleeding at the gum line.

What is the Treatment for in cats?

extraction of the diseased tooth instantly restores your cat to his former self. Once the tooth is removed he/she is free of pain and can continue a normal life. Even if a cat has all of his teeth extracted he and can still eat most foods including dry food. Try some blending of their food for a day they will try to eat better. Only Blend the foods that they like, anything new they won't eat. Remember cats are very picky about what they want.

What is Dermatitis?

Dermatitis is a condition where millet seed sized () scabs are variably distributed over the body. The cat is usually very itchy and may cause damage to itself by scratching and hair pulling. The scabs can be easily felt on the cats back under the skin.

What Causes Miliary Dermatitis?

The most common cause is fleas. Other recognized causes are and skin parasites a mite called Cheyletiellosis. In the past, hormonal problems and vitamin deficiencies have claimed to be associated with it. However, it may be that none of these things cause miliary dermatitis on their own but rather work in combination to produce the condition.

The pattern by which the scabs are distributed over the cat's body may suggest which factor is the most important cause. Scabs which are found along the midline of the back and around the neck, and which then progress to cover the entire body, suggest an allergy to fleas. Cat flea allergy dermatitis can also present as hair loss over the rump area, which can then extend along the midline of the back, toward the neck. The skin in this area may be thickened, darker than usual, and grazed from a long time of scratching and chewing.

scabs that are associated with food allergies tend to be more concentrated over the head and tail regions. Food allergies can also lead to circular sores, which are mainly found over the head, neck and shoulder regions. Food allergies are unlikely to cause in dogs and cats.

Treatment for Dermatitis

The first step is to eliminate the most common cause which is fleas. The client is asked about which flea control regime they are currently implementing for their cat. Then using a flea comb we examine the coat for fleas, or the sign of their presence, which is flea dirt, (feces) By allowing some of the suspected flea dirt to fall onto white paper and then wetting it, we can confirm that it is in fact flea dirt when it dissolves to blood.

So long as the current flea control regime is not very thorough, some vets may choose to treat for flea allergy dermatitis, irrespective of evidence for their presence. The cornerstone of this treatment is to eliminate the fleas. The use of Revolution, Frontline or Advantage which are topical flea killing products is recommended. The flea control that each of these products may be sufficient to allow the resolution and dermatitis in almost all it is recommended that you should treat both the cat and (How to get rid of fleas - House & Pets) Supportive therapy consists of a short course of a drug, whether in tablet form or as an injection to stop the itchiness and prevent the cat from continuing to traumatize itself. Antibiotics might also be prescribed if is considered to be serious enough.  

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Other Causes of Mouth Pain in Cats

Abscessed tooth.

Broken Teeth

Gingivitis (inflammation of the gums)

Periodontal Disease

Periodontitis (inflammation of the tissue surrounding the teeth)

Bone or foreign body stuck between the teeth

Kidney Disease

Feline Leukemia Virus

Feline Stomatitis

Mouth tumors

What is an Abscess on a Cat? .......

Abscesses are accumulations of pus that usually form as a result of puncture wounds inflicted during cat fights. (real fights or mock fights) There can be causes of abscesses other than cat fight wounds, for foreign bodies such as grass seeds, It may not always be evident what has caused an abscess until the contents have been released and the cavity in the tissues examined.

How do abscesses on cats occur?

A cat's skin has the ability to heal very quickly. When a tooth or claw from another cat punctures the skin it injects bacteria into the underlying tissues. The small puncture wound then quickly heals over providing the bacteria a warm moist environment to thrive and multiply.

Three to five days later the abscess can be seen or felt a soft painful swelling under the skin. Not every wound will abscess. Development depends on the extent and the depth of the bite, the number type of bacteria present in the wound and, most importantly the ability of the victim's immune system to fight off the infection.

Apart from your cat may not show ill effects from the bite wound for some days. However, as the infection worsens, fever, loss of appetite and lethargy may be noticeable. These are symptoms toxins and of dying tissue into The cat can become quite ill.





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