Ensuring your pet’s dental health is in top condition is crucial at Dr. Vet Animal Hospital. Dental health goes beyond just a bright smile; it’s a vital component of your pet’s overall well-being. Neglected dental care can lead to significant health issues, including infections that may affect major organs and potentially lead to life-threatening conditions.

Our Comprehensive Dental Services Include:

State-of-the-Art Cleaning Equipment:

We use advanced tools such as ultrasound scalers and polishers to clean your pet’s teeth thoroughly, reaching below the gumline and between teeth where a toothbrush can’t.

Anesthesia for Comfort:

All dental procedures are performed under full anesthesia to ensure a pain-free experience for your pet, allowing for a comprehensive cleaning and examination.

Routine Checks and Treatments:

Annual dental examinations are recommended to catch any issues early. If necessary, we can perform extractions or other treatments to address dental problems.

Signs of Dental Issues:

  • Bad Breath: More than just unpleasant, bad breath can indicate bacterial buildup or gum disease.
  • Discoloration and Tartar: Yellow or brown teeth are signs of plaque and tartar accumulation.
  • Loose or Broken Teeth: These can cause pain and affect your pet's ability to eat.
  • Behavior Changes: Irritability or changes in eating habits can indicate dental discomfort.

Preventing Dental Problems:

  • Regular Brushing: Using pet-safe toothpaste, brushing your pet's teeth can significantly reduce plaque buildup.
  • Annual Dental Check-ups: Professional cleanings help maintain dental health and catch potential issues early.
  • Diet and Chew Toys: Certain diets and toys can help reduce plaque and keep teeth strong.


Periodontal disease is the most common dental condition in pets, affecting most dogs and cats by the age of 3. Early detection and treatment are key to managing this disease.

Yes, with advancements in veterinary medicine, anesthesia is safer than ever, allowing for stress-free and painless dental care. We closely monitor your pet throughout the procedure to ensure their safety.

Regular brushing with pet-safe toothpaste, providing dental chew toys, and feeding dental health diets can all contribute to your pet's oral health. Your veterinarian can recommend the best home care routine for your pet.

At Dr. Vet Animal Hospital, we're committed to providing the highest standard of dental care for your pets. Our goal is to ensure your furry friends maintain excellent oral hygiene for a healthier, happier life. Reach out to us to schedule a dental check-up and take the first step towards protecting your pet's dental health.