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Your dog’s mouth, once it reaches its adult stage, has 42 teeth: 12 incisors(?), 4 canine teeth(?), 16 premolars(?)(?) (8 in the upper jaw and 8 in the lower jaw) and 10 molars(?) (4 in the upper jaw and 6 in the lower jaw).

Certain teeth, like the incisors(?), canine teeth(?), and the first premolars(?)(?) only have one root, whilst others have two or three.


Periodontal disease leads to loosening of the teeth.



That you ask yourself about your companion

Why take care of my dog's teeth?

When and with what frequency should I take care of my dog’s teeth?

How and what should I use to take care of my dog’s teeth?


When should I see my veterinarian?

MP LABO recommends

The following products

Stomodine F

Tasty gel for oral hygiene

Chlorhexidine digluconate – Tris–EDTA – Phytosphingosine