Oral health is as important for your dog or cat as it is for people. Annual dental cleaning is required for some dogs and cats to prevent serious dental disease. Left untreated, periodontal disease can cause infection, pain and tooth loss over time. It can also lead to microscopic changes in the heart, liver and kidneys and can cause serious health problems for your pet. We have advanced dental equipment, including digital dental x-ray to help diagnose disease that is below the gum tissue and therefore not always visible to the eye.
We recommend an annual veterinary dental healthcare examination for all pets. Dental disease is one of the most common problems that we see in dogs and cats. It can cause drooling, reluctance to eat, swelling, bad breath, redness of the gums, loose teeth and tooth discoloration.
Dental issues and dental related diseases can easily be prevented by visiting our veterinarians regularly for dental examinations and cleanings. We take a comprehensive approach to dental care including dental health assessment, treatment, and prevention.