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CERTIFIED ORAL PAIN FREE-FELINE STOMATITIS [FS] Web Log #41

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Donald H DeForge, VMD
Fellow of the Academy of Veterinary Dentistry
Practice Limited to Dentistry
AnimalDentistrySolutions.blogspot.com
1-800-838-3368
E-Mail DonDeForge100@gmail.com
Web Log #41





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CERTIFIED ORAL PAIN FREE

Feline Stomatitis [FS]
Introducing StomaSurg~

No Pet Owner wants their cat in pain!  Yet every day 1000's of cats wake up each day in pain thinking that a life of pain is normal.........believing that life is constant pain.  As veterinary professionals and pet advocates there now is a way to remove oral pain in stomatitis cats permanently.  The answer is Stomasurg~

A Discussion of the Past and the Present~

A Breakthrough Surgery for the Treatment of Feline Stomatitis [FS]

Removing Pain Permanently-Certified Pain Free- with STOMASURG~

Feline Radiosurgery with Guided Bone Regeneration STOMAS…

CERTIFIED ORAL PAIN FREE-A Prescription for Happiness~Number #40

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Advanced Veterinary Dentistry
Donald H DeForge, VMD
Fellow of the Academy of Veterinary Dentistry
Practice Limited to Dentistry
1-800-838-3368
DonDeForge100@gmail.com
AnimalDentistrySolutions.blogspot.com
www.SilverSandsVeterinary.com


A Prescription for Happiness:

CERTIFIED ORAL PAIN FREE




Is My Pet in Oral Pain?It can be difficult to tell when a dog or cat is suffering from a painful oral condition.Being able to identify the signs and symptoms that your dog or cat is in pain is a very important part of being a pet owner.
Many animal dentists and oral care professionals have described "bad" oral pain! This is a form of pain that is hidden or occult at times in the pet you love!
Your pet can be living in chronic pain....... thinking that pain is normal while suffering from that pain! STOP and consider the tragedy of living in pain and not being able to communicate that pain to others.  It is impossible to capture this thought without becoming emotional about your pet's constant…