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Periodontal disease is not only painful for your pet, but can also lead to heart disease, kidney disease, fractures of the jaw, abscesses,  and other illnesses.  Good dental health is pertinent for the health of your pet.


We offer:

  • Routine dental health screening during  all physical examinations

  • Routine cleanings and polishing 

  • Dental extractions

  • 7-10 day rechecks post dental with instructions on at home dental care.  We offer toothpaste, oral rinses, and dental chews/treats.

Some signs of dental disease:

  • Bad breath

  • Loose teeth

  • Broken/discolored teeth

  • Red/swollen gums

  • Difficulty chewing or eating

  • Weight loss

  • Drooling

  • Not eating

  • Nasal or eye discharge (from infection)





To save time, you may print and fill out our Authorization for Anesthesia form ahead of time.

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According to the American Veterinary Medicine Association 80% of dogs and 70% of cats have some form of periodontal disease by the time they reach three years of age!

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