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Dentistry

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Dental disease is the most common clinical problem in dogs and cats, and oral care is just as important for your pets as it is for you.  Just as in people, leaving tooth and gum disease untreated is not only bad for oral health, but it can affect other organ systems in the body as well.  A complete dental examination is part of any general check-up, but if your pet has any signs of bad breath, discolored or loose teeth, reddened gums, or oral pain, it is especially important to see a veterinarian.   At our clinic, we provide a very high level of dental care with experienced doctors and state-of-the-art equipment and facilities. We can also help you start an at-home dental care plan that will keep your pet’s mouth healthy, so that both you and your pet have a reason to smile.

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