Dentistry

Dental disease is common in dogs and cats with the majority of pets over 2 years old showing some signs such as tartar and bad breath. Early intervention can help reduce the chance of your pet developing serious periodontal disease. We can perform complete dental scaling and polishing for oral health maintenance, and tooth extractions when necessary. We can arrange referrals to the appropriate veterinary dental specialist for advanced procedures such as root canals and crowns.

Dentistry is also an important part of routine health care for horses. Dental problems in horses can result in poor performance under saddle, and health issues such as weight loss and colic. We perform dental exams, float teeth, and extract diseased or broken teeth.

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