Dentistry

Pets with proper dental hygiene live longer, healthier lives than those who develop periodontal disease. Our pets, just like ourselves, develop plaque daily. We brush the plaque off our teeth daily, but in our pets, that plaque accumulates to become a calcified wall of bacteria on their teeth called tartar. A build up of tartar can lead to gingivitis, periodontal disease, and even loose or missing teeth. This can be painful and, more importantly, lead to other serious diseases!

We routinely provide our patients with preventative dental cleanings as well as corrective dental procedures. 

Does your pet have bad breath? This is the most common sign that your pet may need dental attention. Call us today to schedule a dental procedure or a dental exam.