Dental Examinations and Procedures for All Animals
Some pet owners might view dental health an unimportant aspect of their pet’s health or even assume that their pet’s bad breath is just an aging sign but this is not true. Periodontal disease occurs commonly when plague and tartar form around the teeth, causing gum swelling and tooth decay. This not only causes pain and local infection, but also affects the kidneys, heart and liver.
During your pet’s routine check-up with us, our trained veterinarians will assess your pet’s teeth, and give you options to optimize your pet’s oral health, while taking quality of life and health status into consideration. Other than dental scaling, we also perform teeth extractions, filing of pocket pets’ teeth, and treatment of tooth root abscesses.