Updated: Jul 23, 2022
Dental or teeth problems are common in cats. Cats may have no symptoms, or they may have problems eating, eat on one side of their mouth, drop food, paw their mouth, drool or they may stop eating either their wet or dry food. Before showing any symptoms, cats may have multiple sore or broken teeth, which is why regular vet checks are so important.
Feline resorptive lesions (FRLs) is one of the most common causes of teeth problems in cats. It is also the reason why dental x-rays are so important in cats. You can learn all about this common condition in my short video.