Dentistry

Anesthetic Dental Procedures
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Just like us, pets need dental care. If the teeth are not routinely cared for, plaque and calculus will build up and lead to many health complications such as inflamed gums, bad breath, periodontal disease, tooth loss, and sometimes organ failure.
 
Our hospital has a separate surgical suite dedicated to performing anesthetic dental prophylaxis, AKA professional dental cleanings. During this anesthetic procedure, our doctors and highly trained dental technicians perform a thorough cleaning of your pet's teeth above and below the gum line. This is accomplished with the use of digital radiographs followed by scaling and polishing the teeth and use of a fluoride treatment and sealant application.