More and more owners are beginning to understand the importance of good dental health when it comes to their pets. It is not only important for good eating and better smelling breath. Dental disease can affect your pet’s whole body, including their heart, liver, and kidneys.
Good oral health starts at home with regular brushing and dental chews. It continues with regular examinations with a veterinarian. A professional cleaning (under anesthesia) will help to reach those hard to get to areas, including the area beneath the gums.
Dental radiographs are helpful to make sure that your pet has healthy teeth. Some teeth may need to be removed, while the radiographs may show that others need some extra care like root canals or another advanced technique.
Here at Clyde's Animal Clinic, we also remove oral tumors, help pets with fractured teeth, and work on broken jaws. We use the latest techniques to give your pet a normal life, even with dental disease and other dental problems. We aim to give your pet the best care that veterinary medicine has to offer.
If you are concerned about your pet’s dental health, feel free to contact us today to schedule an appointment. One of our friendly staff would also be happy to answer any questions that you may have about our dental procedures.