Maintaining good dental health is a key factor in the overall health of your pet.
Poor dental health can cause or be an indicator of the following types of pet wellness issues:
- Mouth Pain
- Bad Breath
- Gum Disease
- Cracked, Fractured, or Loose Teeth
- Kidney, Liver, and Heart Issues
Keeping your pet’s mouth healthy should be a team effort consisting of regular dental hygiene at home and a yearly check up by your veterinarian to determine if there is a need for a more extensive exam or dental cleaning. If there is a need for a dental cleaning, this procedure is performed under general anesthesia to properly remove tartar and polish your pet’s teeth. Full mouth radiographs are performed on each patient while under general anesthesia.
To Help Maintain Your Pet’s Dental Health We Offer:
- Regular Dental Exams
- Routine Cleanings
- Dental Radiology
- Extractions and Dental Surgery
- Home Preventive Dental Care
After the dental cleaning, our staff will help guide you on proper home dental care. Daily brushing, appropriate diet, medicated mouth rinse, and medicated dental chews can all help to keep dental disease under control.