If your pet let you do it, we also recommend daily home dental care that would include brushing your pet’s teeth, or using other effective techniques to discourage accumulation of dental plaque, such as dental diets and chew materials. Daily home health care should be combined with examination of your pet by a veterinarian and radiographs. Routine dental scaling and polishing without anesthesia will optimize your pet’s oral, and overall, life-long health.
- Pet dentistry can make a huge difference in your pet’s overall health and quality of life. Routine dental evaluations and cleanings can prevent dangerous infections from settling in.Here are some of our last patients:
- No the teeth are not supposed to match the color of your doggy’ s hair ;)
- First non anesthetic dental cleaning for Samantha, 3 years old poodle rescued from Mexico. She seems extremely stressed on our table ;)
- Our latest patients:
- Yorkshire terrier dental cleaning day
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