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Pet Dental Services

You wouldn’t go days, weeks, or months without brushing your own teeth, right? Well, neither should your pet. Learn more about our pet dental services below.

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Pet Dental Services

At Four Paws Animal Hospital & Wellness Center, we offer professional pet dentistry services,
including routine preventative care as well as the advanced treatment of existing oral health problems.

Patient under anesthesia for a dentistry procedure.

Did you know that Dental Disease…?

  • is present in over 80% of pets by 3 years of age
  • can shorten your pet’s lifespan
  • causes bad breath
  • can affect the liver, kidneys, and heart valves
  • is painful for your pet and can cause tooth loss
  • is totally preventable

Professional dental cleanings are necessary for most pets from time to time. Our facility includes the following in all of our dental cleanings:

  • Patient under anesthesia for a dentistry procedure.
  • Ultrasonic scaling of tartar both above and below the gumline
  • Hand scaling of subgingival pockets
  • Periodontal probing for pockets in the gums around the teeth
  • Polishing each tooth to remove any scratches, making it harder for new tartar to accumulate.
  • Intensive anesthetic monitoring, including
  • Electrocardiogram (ECG)
  • Core Body Temperature
  • Heart Rate
  • Respiratory Rate
  • Blood Oxygenation
  • Blood Pressure
  • Capillary Refill Time
  • Constant supervision by a Licensed Veterinary Technician and a Veterinary Assistant
  • Recovery in a heated cage in our central ICU area
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Dental x-rays to assess the health of teeth and surrounding bone.

Additional dental services are available and may be indicated for your pet:

  • X-rays of teeth and surrounding bone
  • Dental x-rays to assess the health of teeth and surrounding bone.
  • Surgical extraction of infected and/or broken teeth
  • Placement of Consil in extraction sites to promote healing of jaw bone
  • Application of a time-release antibiotic deposited below the gumline to promote reattachment of receded gum tissue to the adjacent tooth
  • Dental home care products