Dental surgery
Preventive treatment is the key to optimizing your pet's oral health. We welcome the opportunity to advise you on how to take full advantage of preventive treatment options. When dental health problems do arise, we provide the full array of dental services, including: extraction of abscessed or broken teeth, dental ultrasound scaling and polishing-removal of tartar to treat periodontal disease (a process known as dental prophylaxis). Left untreated, dental disease can cause pain and problems with internal organs.

The most common question we are asked is if the dental cleaning procedure can be done witout anesthesia. The answer is NO , there are some main reasons, first the dental calculus needs to be removed from both subgingival (below the gum line) and supragingival (above the gum line) surfaces and will be very painfull in unanesthetized pet. second the lingual surface of teeth- surface of teeth from inside of mouth, has to be cleaned which are impossible to be done in an awake pet, the third reason is a thourough dental check up on teeth and gum and possible nessassity of taking a dental x ray and it is clear that an awake pet rejects these lenghtly and painful procedures.

The dental cleaning takes 30-40 minutes depends on the size of pet and all preanesthesia and anesthesia monitoring protocols are applyed during dental cleaning/extraction.