Pet Dental Care and Procedures

According to recent studies, oral illness symptoms are present in 70% of adult cats and 80% of adult canines.

Pet Dental Care and Procedures

If your pet is experiencing bad breath, missing, broken, or yellowed teeth; red, swollen, or bleeding gums; trouble or pain when eating; pawing at the mouth; and excessive drooling, they could be experiencing a dental illness. If these dental illnesses remain untreated, the risks could result in your pet having heart, kidney, and liver illnesses.

To stop bone loss and tissue inflammation, regular dental exams and cleanings are performed under general anesthetic so your pet is as comfortable as possible. Our team of experts can safely perform general cleanings and extractions for your pets.

Overall, proper dental care is essential for the health and well-being of your pet. It can help to prevent dental disease, improve overall health, and ensure your pet has fresher breath.