• Routine Dental/Oral Exams during Physical Exam
  • Identification of tartar/calculi & peridontal disease
  • discussion of dental procedure with necessary lab work.


  • Necessary bloodwork & physical exam
  • General anesthesia
  • Monitoring of oxygen levels & heart rate during procedure
  • Scaling & polishing of teeth
  • Tooth extractions as needed
  • Recovery.

How often should your pet have a dental visit?

Their is no specific time frame for dental procedures. Recomendations are made on an individual basis.

Signs your pet may need a dental procedure

  • Mouth odor
  • Redness or irritation of the gumline
  • Broken or fractured teeth
  • Bleeding
  • Loose teeth
  • Swelling or open wounds
  • Drainage along the jaw or muzzle
  • Accumulation of tartar

All patients will be assessed and anesthetized and are continuously monitored during the procedure