Maintain your pet’s oral hygiene with regular care
Your pet’s dental health is an essential building block of their well-being. Without proper dental care, they risk developing gum disease. Untreated gum disease can result in loose or rotten teeth, pain when eating, and can spread to other organs.
We specialize in providing exceptional dentistry care for your pets to keep your pet’s mouth healthy. If your pet has bad breath, yellowed teeth, or red gums, our team is here to help.
Regular dental exams and cleanings are vital to maintaining your pet’s oral hygiene. Without regular veterinary attention, preventing plaque and tartar buildup is challenging.
Our veterinarians will apply general anesthesia to inspect your pet’s teeth for any issues during our thorough dental exams. Working while your pet is sedated allows us to thoroughly inspect their teeth and gums for signs of infection, evaluate their oral health, and perform dental X-rays.
After inspecting your pet’s teeth, we remove plaque and tartar buildup with scaling tools and oral rinses. This process will prevent gum disease, tooth decay, and bad breath. Our advanced dental equipment and knowledge-based techniques guarantee gentle and effective care, promoting your pet’s long-term dental health.
If we notice any damaged or rotten teeth during the cleaning, we will contact you during the appointment to perform extractions. Extracting teeth during routine dental appointments minimizes how often your pet needs anesthesia.
We will only perform dental extractions or oral surgeries with your consent and can answer any questions you have about the process when you call.
Preventative care is integral to our veterinary dentistry services. We believe in proactive measures to keep your pet’s teeth and gums healthy, including regular teeth brushing and dental treats. Our team will help you create a plan for at-home dental care to keep your pet’s mouth healthy.
We pride ourselves on staying up-to-date with veterinary advancements to give your pet the best dental care possible. Contact us today with your pet dental care questions or to schedule an appointment.