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Pet Dental Care

for Dogs & Cats

Four out of Five Adult Dogs and Cats have some form of tartar accumulation with periodontal inflammation progressing to bone and tooth loss.  Dental disease leads to tooth loss, and shortens pet's lives.

We are skilled at helping your pet to maintain a healthy mouth and "kissing sweet" breath.

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Pets Need Dental Care Too

Chew Toys & Greenies are NOT Enough

During your pet's dental procedure, teeth are cleaned with an ultrasonic scaler both above and below the gum line.  Then radiographs of injured or suspicious teeth are taken.  Root canal surgery, Vital Pulpotomy, or Extractions may be indicated.  Our goal: to minimize pain, infection, and internal organ damage caused by diseased and injured teeth.

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