When it comes to getting a cleaning from your vet, frequency depends on the amount of plaque that has built up on your pet’s teeth – be sure to check often and look for yellow or brown buildup on the gum line. Once you see it, it’s time for a cleaning. If you neglect your pet’s dental care, they can certainly develop periodontal disease, which can get expensive to treat and cause other more serious health issues with your pet.
Dental X-Rays For Pets
In addition to dental cleanings, we also provide extractions and radiography services. Our doctors make every effort to save teeth when possible. Dental x-rays provide valuable information to the doctor if a tooth’s health is in question. X-rays not only reveal the condition of the tooth’s root, but also the condition of the supporting bone.