Are your dog’s teeth getting worn down? Are you concerned about preventing the problem from getting worse?
Did you know that it is possible to add two to four years to your pet’s life with proper dental care? That’s because even seemingly minor dental issues—swollen gums or plaque on the teeth—can lead to gum disease, systemic infections, and more serious health problems such as heart, lung, and kidney disease.
Pet dental care is an important part of your pet’s overall health and well-being. Neglecting dental care can lead to dental disease in your pet.
As a modern veterinary practice, ourclinic incorporates pet dental care into every wellness plan, from professional dental hygiene to home pet dental care instruction and support. Each pet dental plan is tailored to the animal’s breed, diet, condition, and lifestyle, as well as the needs and wishes of the pet owner.
Every patient is routinely examined for its dental health, and recommendations are made for any necessary corrective procedures, as well as ongoing oral hygiene.We are dedicated to maintaining the oral health of your dog or cat through our Pet Dental Care services, as well as performing dental and oral surgery as needed.
Our technicians are certified by the American Society of Veterinary Dental Technicians. Our dental operatory is equipped similarly to a human dental office. We have digital dental radiography and computerized dental charting software for dogs and cats.
Periodontal Disease Treatment
Endodontic Disease Treatment
Scaling and polishing to bone augmentation, periodontal flaps
Standard and advanced endodontic therapy
Treating traumatic lesions, congenital lesions, and neoplasia
Simple and complex extractions to treat diseased teeth
Treating painful and traumatic malocclusions
Crowns for damaged teeth, to restore carious lesions or enamel defects
Supporting diagnostic and therapeutic plans
Treating jaw fractures, avulsed teeth, fractured teeth, oral lacerations, management of chronic and unusual oral diseases.
Plaque and tartar build-up on your pet's teeth can lead to gingivitis. Untreated gingivitis can progress to a more advanced form of periodontal disease, a bacterial infection that, if left untreated, can cause the loss of teeth.
We are dedicated to educating the pet owner about the importance of their pet's dental health. Our dental technicians are well-educated and highly-trained in pet dentistry, and take great pride in the services they provide.
Contact our office for answers to your questions about pet dental care or to schedule your pet for dental cleaning at 740-654-1244.