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Your pet's oral health is an important part of its overall health.

Oral disease is the most commonly diagnosed problem in patients of small animal hospitals. Studies show that as many as 80% of dogs and 70% of cats develop signs of periodontal disease or gingivitis before they reach three years old. Without regular cleaning both at home and professionally, bacteria, and plaque can build up on the teeth and

gums causing bad breath , infected gums, and dental pain. If that wasn't bad

enough, those bacteria can get into your pet's bloodstream and cause

damage to the heart, lungs, liver, and kidneys. The good news is that oral

disease is preventable, and treatable. Regular dental exams and home

care for your pets can help you to keep oral disease at bay, which in turn can

prolong the life of your pet.

With dental disease, the best defense is a good offense. A dental exam

should become part of your pet's regular veterinary visits. In between cleanings, you can help keep their mouth health with a home maintenance regimen, including brushing, hygiene rinsing, or chews. We can recommend protocol and demonstrate how to do it properly.

If you think your pet needs a dental cleaning, the best thing to do is schedule a dental consult with the doctor. We do recommend current blood work before each dental procedure to ensure that your pet is healthy enough for anesthesia.


Professional Dental Care includes:

- Brief, safe anesthesia

- IV fluid therapy

- Monitoring of vitals

- Full oral exam including radiographs

- Ultrasonic scaling

- Fluoride treatment and polishing

- Pain management


We can in most cases, take care of necessary treatments such as:

- Gingivitis treatment

- Extractions

- Oral Surgery

All in the same visit


We also recommend that your pet receive routine home care maintenance and would 

be happy to recommend home care specified to your pets' needs. 

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