Pet Dental Care in
Regular professional dental cleaning is important to maintain the health of your pet. We use an ultrasonic scaler to clean and polish each tooth.
A licensed veterinary technician, under the direction of a doctor, will also apply a plaque sealant to the teeth to help prevent tartar from building up so quickly. We provide digital dental X-rays and other special procedures like root canals, crown placement, and fractured jaw repair.
What makes the dental care so crucial? According to recent studies, oral illness symptoms are present in 70% of adult cats and 80% of adult canines. In actuality, the majority of pet owners are unaware that their pet has dental problems. Indications that your pet’s teeth could need veterinary care include bad breath, plaque buildup, frequent drooling, sore or bleeding gums when eating or chewing, and decreased appetite.
Regular dental visits are as crucial for you and your dog or cat as they are for you. The general health of your pet is intimately correlated with oral health. Bad breath, missing, broken, or lose teeth; teeth that are yellow or brown; red, swollen, or bleeding gums; pain or trouble eating; pawing at the mouth; and excessive drooling are all indications of dental illness. Please get in touch with our staff so we can assist you if you experience any of these symptoms.