Dental care is a very important part of pet health care.
Besides the obvious bad breath and tooth loss, research has shown untreated dental problems result in heart, liver, and kidney disease.
To combat this problem, our doctors offer many levels of treatment.
Prescription diets, tooth brushing, and enzymatic chews for dogs are just the beginning.
A thorough dental care program encourages routine tartar removal, cleaning and polishing of the teeth under general anesthesia.
Trained technicians complete these procedures under the veterinarian's supervision.
While under anesthesia, your pet's teeth, gums and mouth can be examined without stress or danger.