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The teeth of our pets is not something we think about until they start losing weight or if they breath on us and almost knock us over. Small breed dogs have the most troubles with dental tarter and gum disease, but many large breed dogs crack teeth and cause abscesses while some cats have diseases that that will actually attack their teeth. Good dental health can extend the lives of our pets so paying close attention to their mouths is very important. Check your pet's mouth and give us a call or email to set up a dental for your dog today.
What to expect.
As you can you imagine, your pet will not look kindly on us when we start scraping the tarter off their teeth. This is why we use full anesthesia for our pets to safely clean their teeth. With full anesthesia we are able to help calm you pet and provide adequate pain control if some teeth require removal. We always want to take time to discuss our expectations of the procedure with the clients so everyone has an idea of how many teeth will need to be treated, what things will look like, and how much everything will cost. We then take off the tarter using an ultrasonic scaler to even get the tarter that cannot be seen. Polishing teeth is what makes the clean teeth last longer. So we try to spend most of the time we have polishing the teeth so that your pet will have a healthier mouth for a longer time. When you come to pick up your pet, we will send you with discharge instructions informing you of what treatments need to be continued and of when the recheck appointments should be.
New patients receive 15% OFF first visit.