PET DENTAL

American Veterinary Medical Association believes that by the age of two years, dentist services require 80% of dogs and 70% of cats, making it the most common pet health issue among our pet population.

That is why dental care is vital to the overall health of pet. Never forget - animals that receive proper dental care live happier and healthier lives. 
Dental disease can lead to health issues with the heart, liver, and kidneys, and can affect the entire body through the bloodstream.

Do not forget to bring your pet for a visit to the dentist every year, as soon as he turns 2 years old, because dental disease is the most common pet health issue among our pet population.

Remember that the most effective way to protect your pet from dental disease is through professional cleanings. We perform thorough cleanings here at our clinic, including the area beneath the gums that you cannot see or access at home.

ADVANCED ANIMAL DENTISTRY

Our animal dentistry and oral surgery experts are always ready to help your pets. Veterinary dentistry in our vet clinic includes the cleaning, adjustment, filing, extraction, or repair of your pets' teeth and all other aspects of oral health care.

  • Endodontic therapy

  • Jaw fracture repair

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    Surgical extractions

  • Restorations

  • Orthodontics

  • Treatment of periodontal disease

  • Oral cancer surgery

  • All that and lot more our vet dentists are ready to do any time your pets need it.

To ensure professional and attentive care and to treat everything from routine cleanings to root canals we have state-of-the-art equipment including heart and blood pressure monitors, patient warming system and advanced anesthesia equipment.

WHAT THE PROBLEM IS?

The sooner you contact us for help, the faster and better animal dental specialist will help your pet. 

  • So, when you notice your pet has:

    • bad breath

    • broken or loose teeth

    • extra teeth or retained baby teeth

    • teeth that are discolored or covered in tartar

    • abnormal chewing, drooling, or dropping food from the mouth

    • reduced appetite or refusal to eat

    • pain in or around the mouth

    • bleeding from the mouth

    • swelling in the areas surrounding the mouth

these could all be signs of dental disease.

Please call us today to learn more and make an appointment to vet dental specialist.