Dentistry

According to the American Veterinary Dental Society, 70% of adult cats and 80% of adult dogs show symptoms of oral disease.

If you’ve noticed yellowing of your pet’s teeth, bad breath, bleeding, or broken teeth, something just isn’t right. Your pet’s oral health is directly connected to their overall health. If you are noticing issues, it could be as simple as tartar buildup. However, it could also be as serious as periodontal disease, a medical condition that can spread infection throughout your pet’s entire body.

In addition to brushing your pet’s teeth at home (daily, please!), we also recommend scheduling them for regular dental cleanings in our office. We have specialized Dental Technicians and they receive training every year.

Even better – we offer free dental exams, always! No appointment is needed for these free exams. Our team is here to discuss your pet’s oral health, and provide demonstrations and go over recommendations on the best possible dental care you can give to your pet.

Rest easy knowing that we use only the safest sedation products to ensure that your pet’s dental care will be handled in the most efficient, effective, and comfortable way possible.

Together we’ll work hard to help your pet achieve a clean, healthy smile for life!

Some of the signs that indicate your pet may be experiencing a dental problem include:

• Bad breath
• Loose, broken or missing teeth
• Yellow or brown teeth
• Red, inflamed or bleeding gums
• Difficulty or pain when chewing
• Pawing at the mouth
• Excessive drooling

If you notice any of these signs or symptoms, even if you regularly bring your pet in for dental care, give us a call. The sooner we address a potential problem, the better the chances of a positive outcome.

Have questions for our staff?

Please complete the form below and a member of our staff will get back to you as quickly as possible. If this is an emergency situation during business hours, please call us at 307-682-1507.

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