Our dentistry area looks just like your dentist’s office.
For their safety, all pets are placed under general anesthesia with the same monitoring and IV fluid therapy that is performed for surgeries.
We use an ultrasonic scaler to remove tartar (calcified plaque) from your pet’s teeth. Once our certified technician has polished your pet’s teeth, our doctor will examine your pet’s teeth for any fractures, missing teeth, and periodontal disease. We have digital radiography to help with evaluation.
If any teeth need to be extracted, we use our high-speed drill. Of course, all pets receive state-of-the-art pain management during and after the procedure, including extra injections of an NSAID (an aspirin-like drug but stronger and designed for animals), local blocks, and pain medications to go home.