Non-Anesthetic Dental Care for Cats and Dogs

Veterinary Dental Service has been providing local Veterinarians with our personalized anesthetic free dentals since 2001.

85% of dogs and 70% of cats over the age of three suffer from some form of dental disease, so chances are your pet could use a dental exam. Even if your pet doesn't have stained teeth, bacteria can still be present below the gum line, so it's important to have your pet's oral cavity examined by a professional. In fact, if your pet has bad breath, they have a form of dental disease.

Without proper care, plaque builds up on the teeth and turns into tartar. These areas spread as long as they are untreated and result in gum disease, tooth loss, and pain. Remember, your pet feels the pain of a toothache just like you do, and worst of all they can't tell you they're in pain. You wouldn't go weeks or months without dealing with a toothache, would you? If your pet doesn't receive routine dental care, they could be experiencing pain in their gums and jaw.

Disclaimer: Only under the direct supervision of a licensed Veterinarian

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