Inflammation of the Soft Tissues in a Cat's Mouth
Antibiotics have been proven effective in reducing inflammation of a cat's oral cavity. In some cases, teeth will need to be surgically removed to reduce the inflammation. Teeth cleaning and proper dental and oral health should also ensure a quick recovery and good health for the cat.
To prevent inflammation, your veterinarian may recommend that you rinse or brush your cat's mouth. There are also some topical ointments that can be used to reduce or prevent inflammation of the cat's gums.
The prediction of a disease’s outcome in advance
A term for a type of neoplasm that is made up of lymphoid tissue; these masses are usually malignant in nature
Decomposing of matter with the help of fungus and bacteria; matter is completely oxidized.
Tumors of the Gums (Epulis) in Cats
Tumors or tumor-like masses on an animal's gums are referred to as epulides.
Tooth Decay in Cats
In cats, the odontoclast, a type of cell, can cause the tooth structures to disintegrate....