Thursday, September 8, 2011

A Day at the Dentist


Did you know that labbits' teeth continually grow for the life of the labbit and are worn down with age? These kind of teeth are called "open-rooted" - continuously growing. For this reason, pet labbits don't have to have their teeth brushed, unlike their furry counterparts, i.e. dogs and cats.

These home dwelling labbits do eat a lot of sugar laden baked goods, so for them, tooth brushing is a necessity. Once in a while, it's best to get a professional cleaning and check up. So, today Pipkin visited a dentist in town.


The shiny and sharp instruments looked cold and scary, but Pipkin was in the good hands of his hygienist, Erin, and the dentist, Dr. Heydenreich. The appointment went well. No cavities, ma!


Pipkin's favorite part is picking out the color of his toothbrush. He usually goes with silver but thought purple would be fun this time.

If you're looking for a dentist in Bellows Falls, Pipkin recommends Dr. David Heydenreich. You can see his contact information in the business card above. Keep brushing and flossing! Unlike labbits, you've got the only chompers you'll ever have!

2 comments:

  1. These home dwelling labbits do eat a lot of sugar laden baked goods, so for them, tooth brushing is a necessity. Once in a while, it's best to get a professional cleaning and check up. So, today Pipkin visited a dentist in town. lakeway TX family dentistry

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