Community Pet Hospital Offers Complete Veterinary Dental Care
When we examine your pet’s teeth and mouth, we look for the following:
- Fractured or chipped teeth
- Tartar buildup
- Pockets in the gums
- Correct bite
- Jaw injury
- Erosion in the enamel
Based on our findings, we may recommend additional corrective treatment.
When it comes to dental health for your pet, we can’t stress prevention enough. A simple step such as having annual dental X-rays allows us to identify and correct issues under the gum line early when they are treatable rather than requiring the loss of a tooth. We offer digital X-rays ’for your pet’s dental exams to allow the clearest, most accurate picture of your pet’s mouth and teeth.
While a routine examination and cleaning are excellent preventive measures, we also recommend a home dental care regime for your pet. Our staff can offer advice during your pet’s exam. In addition, we will provide instructions and resources that will help you care for your pet’s teeth at home.