Panting dog's mouth

We Offer Complete Care for Your Pet’s Oral Health

Proper dental care is directly linked to your pet’s overall quality of life. Dental disease, in both cats and dogs, is one of the most common medical conditions seen by veterinarians. Dental disease can lead to more serious health issues including heart, liver, and kidney disease. If your pet is suffering from any of the following conditions, we recommend that you schedule an appointment as soon as possible.

Possible Signs of Dental Disease

  • Bad breath
  • Cracked, broken, or loose teeth
  • Discolored teeth
  • Swollen mouth
  • Difficulty or pain when chewing or eating
  • Red or inflamed gums

Cat teeth

Our Dental Care Services

During your pet’s dental visit, Dr. Jaimie will examine your pet’s oral cavity and perform any necessary lab work and diagnostic testing. Depending upon the level of your dog or cat’s dental disease, and their overall health and demeanor, she will then perform a cleaning. We use the safest protocols, including carefully monitoring your pet before, during, and after the cleaning.

Dog having its teeth brushed

Dental Care Begins at Home

While we recommend regular professional cleanings as part of your pet’s overall dental care regimen, caring for your pet’s oral health begins at home. During your visit, Dr. Jaimie will work with you to establish an in-home regimen that is both convenient for you and comfortable for your pet.

Your pet’s oral health is important to us. To schedule an appointment or for more information about our pet dental care services, contact us today.

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