There have been many studies that have demonstrated periodontal disease (gum disease) in dogs contributes to heart, liver, and kidney disease. This is the primary reason, along with issues of discomfort, that we are concerned about dental disease.

Periodontal disease, fractured teeth, and other oral health problems are common in dogs and cats. Our goal is to advise you on how to prevent and properly treat such conditions. We have a fully-equipped dental suite, including a digital dental x-ray unit which aids in providing high quality dental care.

All our dental care is done under sedation for the most comfortable experience for your pet. This allows us to not only properly clean every tooth and under the gum line, but also gives us an opportunity to thoroughly examine the whole mouth.