Beyond the bad breath, dental disease in our pets can have some severe consequences, not the least of which is the PAIN. Yes, pets with dental disease are uncomfortable and so it’s important for all pet owners to understand the need for a proper dental cleaning…done by a veterinarian!

Read More

Keeping up with your pet’s oral health care can seem time consuming and often does not get done. But, good dental care, including brushing your pet’s teeth and regular professional cleanings at the veterinary office, can help prevent serious and expensive problems. And now, there’s one more high tech tool that help veterinarians find and solve these all too common pet dental problems!

Read More

Brushing your pet’s teeth is something many of us never think about doing. Even owners who know the benefits of home dental care often forget or brush so infrequently that it never helps. A new fad that removes tartar from your pet’s teeth without the use of anesthetics has increased in popularity among pet owners. Can these “standing dentals” really help your animal’s oral health?

Read More

Of all dogs 2 years old or more, 80% have some form of dental disease, and veterinarians say that periodontal disease is the number one diagnosed condition in pets today.

Read More