DENTISTRY

Research indicates that more than 85% of dogs and cats over four years old suffer from periodontal disease, a condition in which bacteria attack the soft tissues in the mouth. Even with regular brushing plaque and tartar are deposited on the tooth surface, out of sight, above and below the gumline, This often leads to gum inflammation, discomfort and bad breath – yuck! But the dental disease can also give rise to life-threatening diseases including heart, kidney, liver and lung disease. It can also weaken the immune system, causing joint disease and slow wound healing. Often these diseases are “silent” until they are advanced, or it is too late. Your pet’s dental health program begins with an annual check-up and cleaning by your veterinarian. We’re equipped with a dental X-ray unit and human dental equipment to scale your pet’s teeth ultrasonically and to give them a fluoride polish for further protection. We also have access to veterinary dental specialists for root canal therapy, tooth capping and more.

Have questions about your pet’s dental health? We’re here to help! Submit your question below and a member of our staff will get back to your as soon as possible.

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