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Dentistry / Dental Care
Dentistry is a relatively new field in animal health care. In the past many dental issues went undetected and untreated due to inadequate dental education on the part of veterinarians. Dental disease is considered the number one disease entity in mature pets. Potential issues for your pet may include gingivitis, periodontal disease, malocclusions, fractured teeth and oral tumors. As you read, you may see familiar terms that you have encountered in your own dental care experiences that may give you a better understanding of the dental issues your pet can also experience.
Things to Look For
As a responsible pet owner you need to be aware of what to look for in your pet's mouth. Bad breath, red or bleeding gums, tartar build up or loose teeth may all indicate the need for evaluation by your veterinarian. Changes in eating habits (such as not eating or picking up food then dropping it), rubbing the face with their paws or on the carpet may all indicate dental issues for your pet.
Things To Know If your Pet Needs Dentistry!!!
Because of advanced dental disease and tartar buildup, some procedures may require several hours of meticulous painstaking effort to achieve a comfortable and disease free mouth. We go to these great lengths of care to assure your pets health and well-being and to enable you to help it stay healthier for a long time to come.
Above is an example of a dental before and after.
Why Dental Care
Dental Care and Prevention: Home Care
Dogs & Cats
Veterinary Care: Oral exam/ Physical exam
Puppy or kitten exam
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