Up to 80% of dogs and 70% of cats that do no receive proper dental care may show signs of dental disease by the age of 3.
Noticed bad breath, extra drooling, or pawing at the mouth? Your pet may suffer from a dental problem. It's a good time for a dental exam!
A thorough cleaning includes removal of plaque and tartar and evaluation of all teeth and tissue. We use anesthesia to keep your pet free of discomfort.
Regular teeth brushing is the best at-home care. Other options include dental rinses and gels, dental diets, or dental chew toys. Ask us about at-home dental options that fit your lifestyle.
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