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Avoid costly dental procedures with preventative measures.

Dental problems are the most frequently diagnosed health problem in pets. In fact, according to the American Veterinary Dental Society, 70–80% of cats and dogs have oral disease by the age of 3. It’s crucial to take preventative measures early to make sure your pet’s mouth stays healthy.

An animal’s mouth isn’t just for eating — they use their tongue and teeth to groom, grasp and chew as well. This is why we encourage proper oral care throughout their lives.

An evaluation of your pet’s dental health will be performed during their annual exam. Afterwards, we recommend preventative measures you can begin at home. These include…

  • Prescription dental diets with kibble that clean teeth while your pet eats
  • Pet-approved toothpaste and brushes

While our annual wellness programs emphasize how to avoid costly dental procedures, professional tooth scaling and polishing is needed from time to time. We’re also able to perform more complex procedures, such as tooth extractions.

If you suspect your pet is suffering from dental issues, give us a call to schedule an appointment.

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