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Dental Care

Dental Care For Your Pet

Did you know that 85% of our pets have periodontal disease?

Regular dental care is important to maintain your pet’s teeth as well as to support good general health, prevent infection and avoid disease. Landisville Animal Hospital offers several different options for maintaining your pet’s dental health. The most commonly used methods to help reduce the risk of dental disease include dental chews, rinses, pet toothpaste, and dental diets. Regardless of the method, the best approach to preventing dental disease is to begin caring for your pet’s teeth early in his or her life.

Many pets require professional dental cleaning to remove the build-up of plaque and tarter on the teeth. This procedure is done under anesthesia with our top notch nurses and technical anesthesia equipment monitoring the process. Once the plaque and tartar is removed, your pet’s teeth are polished before a final topical fluoride and sealing treatment is applied. Your veterinarian will also examine your pet’s mouth for diseased teeth and decay. Damaged or diseased teeth will be removed or repaired. Digital dental X-rays allow the doctor to screen for dental disease and find issues hiding under the gum line. When dental extractions are involved, we provides excellent pre-, during- and post-extraction pain control to ensure your pet comfortable.

So what does a complete dental cleaning look like? Take a look. . .


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