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Missing tooth!

Species: cat | Category: petcare | Submitted: 22 April 2007 11:58AM | viewed 16473 times
Q Josie asks:

My cat has lost his front tooth (fang !)- he doesn't seem to be bothered about it, he is still eating as normal . Should I take him to the vet?

Q Our vet says: If part of the tooth is still present there is a chance of infection which would be painful and may cause an abscess to develop. I would suggest you take your cat to the vet to have his mouth checked.

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