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Dental Services

Dental Services

Anesthetic Dental Services

We are committed to providing the best oral and dental care possible for your pets. Our full anesthetic dental procedures include a dedicated nurse to monitor anesthesia, oxygen, and carbon dioxide levels, blood pressure and more. An oral CT scan and/or digital dental radiography is performed on every patient before the procedure, as well as after if any extractions were done. If we can save a tooth from being extracted, we will perform other periodontal services, such as root planning and curettage, as well as bonded dental seals for minor chips and fractures not involving the pulp cavity. Note that we do not perform root canals, and instead refer these services to a veterinary dental specialist.

Non-Anesthetic Dental Services

We are proud to offer non-anesthetic style dental cleaning, as well as full-service anesthetic dental service with oral dental radiographs (x-rays) and extractions as needed.

In addition to advising clients on treatment options and at-home care, our dental technicians strive to provide clients with information about pet dental health care so you have the information you need to identify the many stages of dental disease.

Our specialized technicians are not only exceptionally skilled at performing high-quality non-anesthetic dentals. They can also gain the trust and respect of even the most nervous patients. Alongside our licensed veterinarians, our technicians identify dental problems that would otherwise go unnoticed.

While non-anesthetic dentals are adequate for routine cleanings, anesthetic dentals are necessary in cases of advanced dental disease, infection, broken or abscessed teeth.

Warning Signs of Dental Disease

  • Bad breath
  • Plaque build-up: sticky yellow, brown or black deposits on teeth
  • Inflammation of the gums: look for red, swollen, bleeding and/or painful gums
  • Tartar formation: plaque calcifies around the gum-line contributing to tooth decay and possible bone loss
  • Drooling, dropping of food, difficulty eating, loss of appetite, rubbing of the face and fractured or loose teeth

If your pet is showing any of these symptoms or signs of dental disease, you can schedule an appointment online or call us at 951-493-6771.