Did you know that more than 80% of dogs and 70% of cats have some form of periodontal disease by the age of two? (Source: American Veterinary Medical Association) These are eye-opening figures, especially when you consider that dental disease can lead to bacteria entering your pet’s bloodstream, which may result in serious damage to the heart, liver and kidneys.
- Complete oral exam and health exam, complete bloodwork, dental radiographs to further evaluate the teeth and supporting structures and teeth cleaning
- Pre-Dental workups, including complete in-hospital blood work (in house or sent to lab)
- Dental cleanings, which are more complex than human dental cleanings, and require general anesthesia and a full day at the hospital
- Periodontal care, tooth extractions
- Home prevention training for pet owners who want to clean their pet’s teeth at home
Does your pet suffer from any of these symptoms?
- Bad breath
- Yellowish plaque on your pet’s teeth near the gum line
- Red and swollen gums
- Pain or bleeding when your pet eats
- Missing or loose teeth