Dental and periodontal disease is a common health problem in pets. Most pets over the age of two have dental disease.
Pet Dentistry Services
We recognize the importance of addressing dental disease early to prevent potentially irreversible disease. We can treat periodontal disease, perform dental surgical extractions, and complete dental cleanings. Our digital dental radiographs are an invaluable tool provided to every dental patient. We understand that sixty percent of dental disease is under the gums, that we may not be able to see on regular examination. Dental radiographs allow us to identify problems we may not be able to see without them and also identify problems that may change our action plan. Dental radiographs are another example of our commitment to quality care.
Why Choose Rock Spring Veterinary Clinic for Pet Dentistry ?
We offer a wide range of pet dental services, from routine cleanings to advanced treatments. Your pet will receive personalized care tailored to their specific needs.
Our skilled veterinarians and registered veterinary technicians have extensive experience in pet dentistry. They handle your pets with the utmost care, ensuring a comfortable and stress-free experience.
We use the latest dental equipment and techniques to provide the highest quality care. Our modern facilities are equipped to handle various dental procedures precisely and efficiently.
Maintaining your pet’s dental health is not just about a sparkling smile; it’s about their overall well-being. Like us, pets can suffer from dental issues that, if left unattended, can lead to serious health concerns. Our services go beyond aesthetics and delve into the heart of the matter – the health and happiness of your beloved furry friends.
The Benefits of Pet Dentistry
Improved Oral Health
Dental problems can be painful for pets. Our services help alleviate pain and discomfort, allowing your pet to enjoy life to the fullest.
Enhanced Overall Health
Proper dental care can have a positive impact on your pet’s overall health, reducing the risk of heart and kidney disease.
Longer, Happier Lives
By prioritizing pet dental care, you’re helping your furry friend live a longer, happier life with a reduced risk of major health complications.