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Dental health plays a pivotal role in your pet’s comprehensive well-being. Dental issues can either result from, or contribute to, other health complications. If neglected, dental disease can escalate to heart, liver, and kidney ailments or lead to painful abscesses at the tooth root for your pet.


Our digital x-ray equipment will enable us to meticulously examine each tooth, pinpointing root issues, executing extractions, and forwarding images to specialists when required. Remarkably, about 80% of dental ailments are concealed beneath the gum line, making them undetectable to the unaided eye. This underscores the significance of dental x-rays. They not only facilitate precise extractions but also confirm the absence of post-extraction complications.


Regular dental checks, every 6 months to a year based on your pet's age, are recommended. These examinations by your veterinarian can detect early symptoms and ensure oral health.

It is important to have your pet’s teeth checked sooner if you observe any of the following problems:

  • Broken or loose teeth

  • Bad breath

  • Discolored teeth

  • Abnormal chewing or drooling

  • Dropping food from mouth

  • Reduced appetite or refusal to eat

  • Signs of pain in or around the mouth

  • Bleeding or swelling in the mouth

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