Dental Care

We all want to keep our teeth clean and healthy, and the same is true for your pet. Their mouths have to stand up to a whole lot of rough and tumble, resulting in wear and tear. This is why dental and oral health care is so important for your pet; it helps your companion to enjoy playtimes and mealtimes without pain and discomfort. Dental care goes far beyond this, protecting your pet against conditions that could become serious if left untreated.

Let our team help your pet live a happy and comfortable life by preventing and treating dental disease. Let us work with you to define an effective oral care regime that supports good health for your pet in the long term.

As pets our pets get older, oral and dental disease grows increasingly common. Regular oral examinations allow us to recognize and treat dental disease early, giving your pet the best chance possible of achieving great oral health.


By assessing your pet’s oral health on a regular basis, you can help our team detect the early signs of dental disease. Here are some of the signs you need to watch out for:

  • Teeth that are broken or have become loose
  • Red and inflamed gums
  • Additional teeth that should not be there, including baby teeth that have not fallen out naturally
  • Build-up of plaque and tartar, or major discoloration on the teeth themselves
  • Difficulty chewing, excessive drooling, or food dropping from your pet’s mouth
  • Signs of pain or discomfort in the mouth area, such as flinching or moving away when you gently touch the area around your pet’s mouth
  • Fussy eating, loss of appetite, or even a refusal to eat – keep an eye on your pet’s usual diet and note any changes
  • Bleeding in or around the mouth
  • Swollen areas around the jaw or mouth area

If you notice any of these signs, get in touch with our team. Dental disease tends to worsen when left untreated. Our veterinarian will perform an oral examination and guide you towards the best treatment plan for your pet.



We know how much you love your pets, let us help you support and protect them as they grow. Dental disease is one of the most common diseases treated by veterinarians. Did you know that over 80% of pets above the age of three have dental disease? Did you also know that periodontal disease is preventable — but becomes difficult to get rid of once it takes hold? This is why dental care should be top priority. 

With this in mind, we recommend the following to keep your beloved pets happy and healthy:

  • Dental examinations and checkups at least every year
  • Regular dental cleaning procedures to treat any potential problems

Dental disease is preventable! With good oral hygiene and a proactive approach to treatment and assessment, we can help manage dental disease.


Think about your pet and how much enjoyment they get from chewing, eating, or using their mouth and teeth in other ways. Then, think about your own teeth and about what would happen if you did not clean those teeth regularly — the outcome would not be good. Unfortunately, the same thing could happen to your pet if a good oral care regime is not observed. This shows just how important regular dental cleaning also is for them.

Dental cleaning helps protect the health of your beloved pet, as it achieves the following:

  • Assessment and removal of plaque and tartar, above and below your pet’s gumline
  • Reduced need for tooth extraction
  • Prevent infection in the oral cavity
  • Dental cleanings can treat and reverse first stage periodontal disease.
  • Prevent damage to the tissue and bone structure of their mouth
  • Prevent periodontal or gum disease
  • Prevent  systemic disease caused by severe dental disease

Periodontal disease is not something you want your furry friend to experience. This is a painful condition that can have serious consequences on the oral cavity, your pet’s well being and the rest of the body. Fortunately, this disease can be prevented and controlled with good oral hygiene. That’s why oral care is so important. Regular dental care will give your pet the best chance of staying free from dental disease so they can continue enjoying life with you.

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