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Caring for a Maltese teeth is a routine that many
breeders have used for years, but that is just now becoming common with
Maltese owners. Just like people, different Malteses and different breeds of
Maltese will have stronger and healthier teeth than others. In addition some
foods, especially soft foods such as canned and semi-moist foods may not
provide the scraping action needed to remove tartar and plaque from the
teeth, resulting in poor dental conditions that can result in early tooth
loss, problems with infections in the mouth, gum disease and even digestive
There are few dental supplies that the Maltese owner will
need to start this routine. The younger you start your puppy the better,
even before they get their permanent teeth is ideal. The basic supplies
include a specially shaped Maltese tooth brush or soft baby toothbrush, a
specialized finger sleeve and some Maltesegy toothpaste. Avoid using human
toothpaste as the strong flavors of human toothpaste is not usually
appreciated by the Maltese or puppy and can result in a bad experience for
the Maltese, making tooth brushing more challenging.
Puppy Dental Routines
Starting your puppy with regular, twice weekly or every
other day tooth brushing routines is a wonderful idea that only takes a few
minutes. Many people include the dental cleaning in the grooming program and
it just becomes part of the puppies routine.
Maltese Dental Routines
If the Maltese has been trained from a puppy, typically
they are calm and will sit willingly for their dental routine. If the
Maltese has never had their teeth brushed, this may be a bit of a new and
maybe even stressful event. Start, like with puppies, in having the Maltese
comfortable with you handling their muzzle and mouth area. Use your finger
to gently rub the teeth in the front of the mouth, then gradually move to
the sides. To get to the inside surface of the teeth the Maltese will need
to open his or her mouth, which will usually be a natural occurrence if the
Maltese feels comfortable and safe with the owner.