Client handout: What's in your cat's mouth?

Client handout: What's in your cat's mouth?

Here's a veterinary handout that will gross out—and educate—clients about feline dental care.
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Feb 03, 2012
By dvm360.com staff

When it comes to feline dental care, a picture is worth a thousand words, and grossing out your client may be what really brings the message of proper dental care home. "To thoroughly explain a teeth cleaning process takes about 350 words, which means a picture is three times more powerful," says Paul Camilo, CVPM, operating partner for Veterinary Consultation Services in Weston, Fla. "If you take a picture of tooth resorption and show an open nerve to clients, you'll get their attention."

Click here to download a handout that will gross out—and educate—clients.

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