Your family pet needs its teeth to last its lifetime. Just like people, a pet’s teeth can go bad over time. Gum disease, cracked teeth, and a variety of other potential dental hazards might cause your pet to suffer from poor oral health. The veterinary professionals at Jane Animal Hospital in Toronto, ON, offer a variety of dental services for cats and dogs. Our veterinarian will assess your pet’s dental health to determine the dental care services that will benefit your pet the most.
Common Pet Dental Services
Our veterinarian will perform a full diagnostic checkup on your pet that includes x-rays and a full examination. If any teeth are cracked, chipped, or broken, our vet can repair or remove them and help to prevent future problems. You do not have to worry about how your pet will behave during the appointment because we sedate your pet to help keep it calm while undergoing a thorough examination and dental work. Our veterinarian can clean your pet’s teeth, fix damaged teeth, and remove others as needed. Our vet also can clean your pet’s teeth and remove plaque and polish the teeth. That can help to ensure your pet has good oral health and strong teeth that will last well into old age.
Signs Your Pet Needs Dental Services
Over time, plaque and tartar buildup can cause problems for your pet’s dental health. Gum disease, periodontal disease, and other common afflictions could lead to significant health problems for your pet. If you notice your pet is eating less, seems irritable, or is making painful sounds while eating, it could be a sign of poor dental health. If your pet has bad breath, gum disease, periodontal disease, or tooth decay might be responsible. Our vet can determine the cause and consult with you on options before proceeding with helping your pet to have the best possible dental health.
Schedule an Appointment with Our Veterinarian in Toronto, ON for Pet Dental Care
If your pet is showing any signs of poor dental health or if you just want to ensure it has good oral hygiene, the veterinary professionals at Jane Animal Hospital are ready to assist you. Pet dental care is an important aspect of caring for your pet that is often overlooked. Call us today at (416) 762-5558 for more information or to schedule an appointment with our veterinarian.