Dental Care

Dental Care

Anesthetic Dental Care

Your pet is under general anesthesia, which allows your veterinarian to perform a full dental cleaning, including under the gum line and extractions if needed.

Non-Anesthetic Dental Care

Your pet is fully awake while your veterinarian removes tartar and polishes their teeth in a safe manner. Your vet can help you decide if your pet is eligible for a non-anesthetic dental cleaning.

Why is dental care important?

Dental disease is one of the most common, life-threatening diseases among pets. Having a veterinary professional provide quality dental care is how you ensure your pet stays happy and healthy.

When should my pet get dental care?

Frequency of dental cleanings are breed and age-specific. Ask your veterinarian about the right time to clean your pet’s teeth.

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