Dental Care

Dental Care

Pet dental health is about much more than fresh breath—it’s essential to their overall health and longevity. Periodontal disease remains one of the most common health issues our animal companions face, and most pets over three already have some signs of periodontal disease. When periodontal disease becomes advanced, infection and bacteria can spread throughout a pet’s system and potentially lead to kidney, liver, or heart disease.

Signs that your pet might have a dental issue include:

  • Changes in eating habits or behavior
  • Drooling, dropping food from the mouth, or chewing oddly
  • Refusal to play with toys
  • Bad breath
  • Sneezing or nasal discharge
  • Facial swelling
  • Red, swollen gums or any bleeding from the mouth
  • Loose or broken teeth

The best way to avoid all this is with regular dental care, including at-home brushing (if possible), dental exams, and annual dental cleanings.

We offer comprehensive dental services, including:

  • Dental exams
  • Dental X-rays
  • Cleaning/scaling
  • Extractions

To make an appointment for your pet’s dental exam or cleaning, call us at (513) 474-8382.