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Pet Dentistry

One of the most prevalent medical concerns we encounter in pets older than three years is dental disease.


Pet Dentistry

Dental disease is frequently uncomfortable and may reduce a dog or cat’s life. It functions by gradually destroying the tissue that supports your pet’s teeth and by dispersing dangerous bacteria throughout your pet’s circulation.

Our team of veterinarians treats pet dental disease. Your pet can live a pain-free existence and even live longer with routine cleaning procedures and adequate home maintenance.

Although regular dental exams and cleanings are advised for all dogs and cats, there are several warning indications that your cat or dog may require immediate dental attention. We advised pet owners to inspect their teeth at least once a week in addition to brushing. If you experience any of these signs, give us a call to schedule an appointment:

  • Red or inflamed gums
  • Brown or yellow buildup or discoloration of the teeth
  • Bleeding gums
  • Excessive drooling