Ensuring your pet’s smile stays big and bright
Periodontal disease affects nearly all dogs and cats by the age of three years. It’s more important than you think! The bacterial infection in the mouth associated with periodontal disease has been associated with heart, liver, and kidney disease. This chronic infection also affects general systemic health and is a source of pain and discomfort for the pet. Dogs and cats often show no periodontal disease symptoms, so an oral exam by a veterinarian at least every 12 months is critical.
We can help, but it starts at home. Providing proper at-home dental care with annual check-ups and dental cleanings will ensure that your pet’s smile will stay big and bright through all stages of their life!
We regularly perform dental procedures, including dental cleanings under sedation or general anesthesia, removal of infected or broken teeth, and gingivitis treatment. We also have several natural approaches to clean teeth and breath to minimize the need for anesthesia and extra cost associated with dental cleanings.
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