Pet Dentistry

Veterinary dentistry includes teeth cleanings, extractions (including baby teeth), periodontal and endodontic procedures and more.

Pet Teeth Cleaning

Annual checkups are one of the most crucial ways we monitor the oral health of your cat. Every exam includes a dental evaluation, and if we discover any signs of dental illness, we’ll advise getting your teeth cleaned. For the protection of your pet and to guarantee that we provide them with the most complete cleaning, our cat and dog teeth cleaning procedures require general anesthesia.

Dental Cleaning Include:

  • Digital dental X-rays to evaluate the health of bone and roots below the gum line
  • Ultrasonic and hand scaling to remove stubborn tartar on teeth
  • Polishing of each tooth to smooth the enamel and reduce future tartar build-up
  • Extractions of teeth damaged beyond repair

Pet Periodontal and Endodontic Procedures

80 percent of dogs and cats have periodontal disease by the time they are 3 years old, making it almost universal in canines and felines. We provide comprehensive dental care, including extractions when necessary and cutting-edge treatment alternatives.

A tooth will become infected and die when the pulp, which contains the tooth’s blood supply and nerve, is exposed by a crack. These teeth need to be either removed or given root canal therapy in order to avoid potential discomfort and inflammation. A dead or fractured tooth must first have its interior cleaned, shaped, disinfected, and filled; next, the fracture location must be repaired with a composite material that matches the surrounding teeth. We have in-depth training and specialized tools to carry out endodontic therapy correctly, including crucial pulp therapy and both routine and surgical root canal therapy.