Dental HealthYour pet’s dental health is instrumental to their overall wellbeing and consistent care can help them live a longer life. By 3 years of age, 80% of dogs and 70% of cats have periodontal disease. This painful and degenerative inflammatory condition destroys teeth from below the gumline and can lead to tooth and bone loss, infection, and eventual organ damage.
Provide your pet with comprehensive protection that includes regular home care, annual check-ups, and professional dental cleanings.
Annual Check UpsYour pet’s annual wellness exam lets us evaluate their oral health to identify disease, fractures, or pain so we can make specific care recommendations.
When you care for your pet’s teeth at home on a regular basis, you’ll be decreasing the amount of plaque and tartar buildup. Effective home care can include daily tooth brushing, dental diets, and Veterinary Oral Health Council (VOHC)-approved dental chews and treats.
Regular Home Care
Professional Dental CleaningsJust like people, pets need routine dental cleanings to remove hard-to-reach plaque below the gumline. To ensure your pet’s safety and comprehensive dental care service, your pet will be anesthetized during the procedure, which includes:
Scaling and polishing
Complete oral cavity exam
Dental extractions or therapeutic treatments, as necessary