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  • Dental Care & Cleaning

  • Routine dental exams and professional cleaning
    Our dental services include teeth cleaning and polishing, dental X-rays, tooth extractions and minor oral surgery. Dental health is paramount to heart, kidney and liver health because bacteria in the mouth are transmitted through the blood stream to those organs. Our dental procedures require general anesthesia, oral evaluation, hand and ultrasonic scaling and high speed polishing, depth measurement of gums and tooth extractions if needed. All non-routine dentistry procedures are referred to an oral surgeon.
    Pet dental care at home
    Many pet owners dismiss their pets’ bad breath as simply “normal” or something to be ignored. However, bad breath is a hallmark of periodontal disease, a bacterial infection of the gums and supporting structures of the teeth. If you notice that your pet’s mouth has an odor and/or you observe discolored teeth, he or she may have developed some degree of periodontal disease. What starts as gingivitis (inflammation of the gums) can quickly lead to permanent loss of gum tissue, damage to ligaments and loose or missing teeth. Periodontal disease can cause bacteria from the mouth to enter the pet’s bloodstream and circulate through the heart, liver and kidneys.

    At-home care can include the use of water additives, tooth brushing with specially-formulated toothpaste for pets, dental chew toys, kibble designed to clear and prevent the build-up of plaque and paying special attention to any changes your pet exhibits. As a pet owner, you should examine your pet’s mouth at least once a week to look for signs of swollen or bleeding gums (gingivitis), brown buildup on teeth (plaque/tartar) and abnormal lumps, bumps or swellings. Be sure to examine the back teeth (molars) by lifting the lip to expose the outside surfaces of the teeth. Also, observe the color of your pet’s gums. The gums should be shiny and pink — not white or dark red.