The number one disease of both cats and dogs is oral disease as early as the age of 3. Similar to humans, pets benefit from regular dental cleanings to remove tartar and plaque that lead to bad breath, gingivitis, rotting teeth and periodontal disease. Not only is periodontal disease painful and leads to tooth and bone loss, it may also adversely affect your pet’s overall health and well being. Oral bacteria causes many systemic issues in the brain, heart, lungs, kidneys and liver. All veterinarians are experienced with dental surgery, acquiring complete dental X-rays, providing individualized anaesthetic protocols, administering local blocks and use of a full dental suite to address your pet’s full dental needs and concerns.
Schedule an appointment today to discuss preventative dentistry and have your pets’ oral health assessed.