It's unfortunate, but it is estimated that over 80 percent of pets have significant dental problems. Every day, we are presented with patients for routine vaccinations or other minor afflictions whose oral health is truly cause for alarm. The continual presence of bacteria and associated toxins have a daily impact on your pet's health. The toxins from periodontal disease are absorbed into your pet's bloodstream. Left untreated, these toxins can cause damage to the kidney, cardiac, and brain tissues.
In keeping with our preventive philosophy, we strongly recommend routine dentals for your pet. Your dentist recommends your teeth be cleaned every 6 months and for you to brush twice daily. For your pet, we recommend yearly dentals and daily dental treats to help with tarter prevention.
We also offer full mouth x-rays with our state-of-the-art digital dental equipment. With dental x-rays, we are able to detect abscess and other problems with your pet's teeth before they arise.