Although it's name may sound harmless, bloat is a life-threatening emergency for dogs. The condition, formally called gastric dilation-volvulus (GDV), can quickly kill dogs if they don't receive p ...View Article
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This service is dedicated to maintaining the oral health of your dog or cat. Our veterinarian diagnoses and provides treatment for diseases of the dentition, oral cavity, and maxillofacial region.
* Digital Dental X-Ray- provides rapid diagnosis of teeth problems
Treatment for caries (cavities) and enamel defects
Bonded sealant to strengthen fractured teeth
Removal of tumors of the jaw bones and facial area
Extraction of impacted teeth and diseased teeth
Therapy for oral inflammation such as stomatitis and gingivitis, destructive periodontal disease, and resorption of teeth in cats
Preventative oral care such as non-anesthetic hygienic hand scaling, application of plaque fighting products.
Free Demonstration and assistance on correct tooth brushing techniques.
* Diagnostic tests include digital dental radiographs to evaluate diseases of the dentition. Dental radiographs are invaluable in evaluating the 70 % of the tooth that cannot be seen. Lesions that may be seen using radiographs include root abscess, root fracture, root and crown resorption, dental anomalies, bone lysis associated with oral tumors, and jaw fractures.