What is the success rate of Gingival Hyperplasia surgery for a 13 year old Brittany?

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An emergency Vet clinic diagnosed Sadie with Gingival Hyperplasia. She was bleeding from her mouth and our regular Vet was booked and couldn’t see her. She has a growth around her upper k9 and the lower k9 aggrivates it when she chews. Is surgery to remove this a viable option?

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Posted by Sadie Mae’s Dad
Asked on Mar 30, 2019 10:24 am
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Hey! Great question! Gingival hyperplasia is readily treated and can be done when Sadie has a routine dental cleaning. Often laser is used to removal the excessive gingiva to great success!

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Answered on Jun 25, 2019 12:23 pm
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