Pet oral health is important!
Let’s look at your dog’s teeth and gums to see if they have any dental concerns. After a quick visual inspection, we may recommend a more thorough examination (which necessitates sedation), a dental cleaning, or alternatives for at-home dental care. Even if you’re using treats and chews to control tartar, they aren’t always enough to keep the condition in check.
The importance of good oral health should not be overlooked. Fortunately, many dental issues may be treated at home by bringing your pet to us for regular dental checkups and cleanings.
We want your pet to have a long, happy, and healthy life, and we realize that maintaining good oral health is part of that. We take your pet’s well-being seriously, so let us assist you with this commitment.
Why is this so crucial? According to recent studies, 70% of adult cats and 80% of adult dogs have oral health problems. Most pet parents are unaware that their cat or dog has dental issues. Bad breath, plaque build-up, excessive drooling, sore or bleeding gums when eating or chewing, and decreased appetite are all indicators that your furbaby’s teeth need veterinary care.