Dental Care

Did you know that an estimated 85% of dogs and cats have some form of periodontal disease?

Chronic dental disease can lead to bacteria entering the bloodstream from infected teeth, causing infection in organs such as the liver, kidneys, heart and lungs.

During preventative care visits, our veterinarians will assess your pets’ teeth and gums and make recommendations for home care or to schedule a dental prophy (cleaning). Early detection and treatment of dental disease is essential to prevent further health problems and pain for your pet.

Signs of Dental and Oral Discomfort

  • Bad breath
  • Broken or loose teeth
  • Discolored teeth
  • Abnormal chewing, drooling, or dropping food from the mouth
  • Reduced appetite or refusal to eat
  • Pain or irritation in or around the mouth
  • Bleeding from the mouth
  • Swelling in the areas surrounding the mouth

If you notice any of the above signs with your pet, please call us to schedule a dental consultation. (512) 892-4463(512) 892-4463

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