Pet Dental Health

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Taking good care of your pet’s teeth is one of the most important things you can do to keep them in optimal health. Studies have shown that routine dental cleanings can add 5-7 years onto your pet’s life, not to mention eliminating the pain associated with red, swollen gums. Small dental problems, left untreated, can develop into periodontal disease, creating infection, gum line recession, ulcers, sores, and tooth loss. The bacteria associated with periodontal disease will ultimately migrate to other organ systems and can lead to early kidney and liver disease.

Dental Health is one of the most important, if not the most important, aspects of your pet’s overall long-term general health. Annual dental scale and polish is recommended and should begin very early in life. We always offer complimentary oral examinations and consultations to present you with the best medical treatment program for your beloved friend.

What are some warning signs of dental health problems in my pet?

If your pet displays any of the following warning signs, we recommend they be brought in for a dental checkup. These are signs that serious periodontal disease may be present.

  • Bad breath
  • Changes in eating or chewing behavior
  • Abnormal drooling
  • Brownish-yellow crust on teeth
  • Gums bleeding
  • Tooth loss
  • Change in behavior

Our Dental Services

Because dental disease affects every organ in your pet’s body, proper dental health is very important. That’s why we offer complimentary dental or oral consultations for your pet, with absolutely no obligation on your part.

We’ll check for:

  • Periodontal disease
  • Tooth abscesses
  • Overall Oral Health

…and provide you with:

  • Recommendations for Proper Diet & Dental Treats
  • Home Dental Care Tips
  • Custom Dental Maintenance Program

If your pet has a dental problem, you can count on us to help them feel better. Our facility boasts a full suite with the latest in dental technology. Our services include:

  • Digital Dental X-Ray (In Office)
  • Teeth Scale and Polish
  • Extractions (Minor and Major)
  • Oral Sealant Application
  • Recommendation of home care products


Of course we’d rather catch and correct any dental problems early – so why not call us today and schedule a complimentary dental health consultation for your pet? Call us at (813) 684-PETS (7387) to schedule an appointment.