Dental Care

Dental care is one of the most overlooked facets of a pet’s wellness program, and the condition of your pet’s mouth contributes to their overall health. Poor dental health is very common in American pets; more than half of all dogs and cats have some form of gum disease. It can also contribute to, and even cause, other more serious health conditions such as kidney disease and valvular heart disease. The good news is that this can be treated with regular dental exams and teeth cleanings.

Regular Dental Cleanings

If you haven’t kept up a regular dog or cat teeth cleaning schedule, tartar and plaque can start to build up on your pet’s teeth. This buildup contains destructive bacteria that can enter your pet’s bloodstream and cause significant damage to their health. If left untreated, oral disease can even lead to serious illnesses such as liver, kidney, and heart valve disease.

Dental Services Include

  • Pet dental examinations
  • Routine pet teeth cleanings
  • Extractions
  • Prophylactic antibiotic use
  • Recheck appointments after dental procedures
  • Oral Surgery
  • Full Dental X-rays
  • And More

$50 off a Dental Cleaning

Following your next visit, schedule a dental cleaning within two weeks and receive $50 off.

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At-Home Dog & Cat Teeth Cleaning

We recommend that you and your family be proactive about your pet’s dental health. Even from a young age, you should start by brushing your pet’s teeth regularly and offering them dental chews to maintain good oral hygiene. The sooner you get your pet into a regular dental hygiene routine, the better they’ll adjust to the practice. Just ask one of our veterinary health care team for advice and helpful tips on practicing good dental hygiene with your pet.

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