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Pet Dentistry

Did you know that dental disease is the most common condition of dogs and cats? Over the age of three, most pets have some evidence of periodontal disease. This can include bad breath, plaque, tarter, broken or mobile teeth, and gingivitis (inflammation of the gums). 

Just like with people, good oral health care helps our pets live longer, more comfortable lives. Regular dental cleanings can help reduce the number of teeth lost to periodontal disease, but when a tooth is badly diseased and painful it needs to be extracted. A general anesthetic is required to properly clean and assess teeth under the gum line (where it matters most). 


$645 DENTAL SPECIAL - understanding the normal cost of dental treatment can prevent some pet owners from being able to address issues we have capped our dental procedures at a maximum of $645. This can represent a saving of 50% or more depending on the amount of dental work required. Click on the link below for more information.

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