A veterinary dental cleaning is much more than an in-depth toothbrushing. During your pet’s cleaning, they’ll undergo general anesthesia to ensure they remain pain-free and relaxed. Once your pet is anesthetized, we’ll take full-mouth dental X-rays to check for hidden problems below the gum line, such as abscesses, root decay, and jawbone loss. After evaluating your pet’s dental health, we’ll form a treatment plan for damaged teeth. Next, we’ll scale all tooth surfaces, above and below the gumline, and polish away imperfections in the enamel. Topping off the dental procedure with a fluoride treatment, we’ll leave your pet’s teeth stronger and more fortified against future disease.
Dental care shouldn’t wait until your pet is having difficulty eating, or until their breath is bad enough to drive you away. Schedule an oral health assessment with our team, and we will grade your pet’s dental disease and provide care suggestions.