Common Dental Diseases in Cats

1. Calculus

On teeth, calculus is the buildup of calcified bacteria and film that can result in secondary problems such gingivitis, gum recession, and discomfort.

2. Feline Resorptive Lesions

These are by far one of the most frequent dental problems that veterinarians encounter in cats. They are frequently observed on particular cat teeth and appear as pink streaks or patches.

3. Gingivitis

Gum inflammation in the mouth is known as gingivitis. It can be unpleasant, cause bleeding, and is frequently easily treated.

4. Ulcers

Gum surface irregularities called ulcers can be unpleasant and cause underlying infections. They frequently make cats drool excessively. 

5. Fractured teeth

Fractured teeth are most commonly in the canines in cats, particularly the upper canines.