According to recent studies, oral illness symptoms are present in 70% of adult cats and 80% of adult canines. The majority of pet owners are unaware that their animal has dental problems. Indications that your pet’s teeth could need veterinarian care include bad breath, plaque buildup, frequent drooling, sore or bleeding gums when eating or chewing, and decreased appetite.
Every checkup includes an oral test for dental disease in the teeth and gums. We can do dental anesthetic cleanings and digital dental X-rays to check for concealed tooth root problems. We keep track of each tooth’s movement, periodontal pockets, and gum recession. Our certified experts use cutting-edge dental care apparatus for comprehensive ultrasonic scaling and polishing of teeth.
In addition, we’re here to discuss at-home dental care advice so that your pet’s efforts at home and yearly dental checkups at Agave Veterinary Care can result in a long, healthy oral care life.