Dog Dental Examination

Four out of five pets over the age of two years have some form of dental disease. For this reason, it is very important for your pets to get their teeth checked and cleaned on a regular basis.Dental disease can lead to many other issues.

Does your pet have dental disease?

Pets are very good at hiding their pain.  Oftentimes, you may not even know that your pet is having serious dental issues until it is advanced. For this reason, your pet needs to have regular checkups. We want to catch your pet’s dental problems before they worsen.


Before and After

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Signs To Look For

  • Broken or Loose Teeth
  • Discomfort While Eating
  • Bad Breath or Mouth Odor
  • Blood from the Mouth
  • Red Gums
  • Swollen or Inflamed Gums
  • Weight Loss or Loss of Appetite
  • Pawing or Rubbing the Mouth

Our practice is proud to offer regular examinations and dental cleanings to our patients.  Our doctors will ensure that your pet has the best oral health possible. If you ever have questions before, during, or after your pet’s appointment, you are always welcome to ask us.

Our Dental Services

  • Oral Exams
  • Routine Cleanings
  • Extractions If Necessary ( Simple and Complex )
  • Dental X-Ray
  • Oral and Gum Surgery

Preventative Care

  • Routine Follow-Up Exams
  • Dental Care Treats

You can also help your pet’s mouth stay healthy by brushing their teeth at home. Be sure to buy a toothpaste and brush set made for pets—toothpaste made for humans contains ingredients that can make pets sick.

If you would like to schedule an appointment for your pet, contact us today at (918) 940-7770.