What to expect

Dental disease is a common problem in pets, which is often overlooked. Regular cleaning and brushing of teeth, especially in senior dogs and cats, prevent the formation of tartar, which destroys teeth and has a negative impact on health. To prevent bad breath and tooth decay we have experienced doctors and modern equipment to deal with dental issues. Our dental services include teeth cleaning (scaling) and polishing, dental X-rays, tooth extractions, and minor oral surgery. We recommend carrying out dental prophylaxis frequently. Routine dental prophylaxis includes

• Oral Exam • Supra- and Sub-gingival Scaling • Polishing • Fluoride Application


Preventing bad breath and development of tartar and tooth decay

Maintaining Healthy Teeth

Maintaining your pet's health





The following FAQs can help you learn more about our dental services. If you have any additional queries, please contact us.

Most patients have to be sedated in order to perform dental procedures properly.

At each routine veterinary check-up, which should be done at least once a year, your veterinarian usually also examines the teeth and will recommend a dental if needed. In older animals, this might be necessary more often. Good dietary management of your pet helps prevent many dental issues.