Animal Hospital of Fairview Park

Dental Care

for the long term health of your companions

Personalized care for your pet.

Providing medical care for dogs, cats, ferrets, rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, rats, mice, gerbils, and other small "pocket pets".

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    Our veterinarians provide high quality veterinary dental services which include routine cleaning and polishing (dental prophylaxis), dental x-rays, and a variety of treatment options to manage oral disease conditions.

 

Pet Dental Care
Routine and preventive dental care is important for your petís long term health. Pets with poor oral hygiene can develop periodontal disease, which may lead to heart, lung, or kidney disease. Animal Hospital of Fairview Park offers a wide range of dental services for cats and dogs including dental examinations, dental extractions, dental radiographs, as well as home care directions for keeping your petís teeth clean and healthy.

Routine Pet Dental Examinations
Our veterinarians will perform basic oral exams on all our patients during their comprehensive physical exams. Puppies and kittens will be examined to detect any problems related to the deciduous (baby) teeth, check for missing or extra teeth, examine and oral development. Adult and Senior pets will be examined for developmental anomalies, missing or loose teeth, the accumulation of plaque and tartar, periodontal disease, and oral tumors.

Dental Care Tips for Dogs and Cats
-Schedule an annual physical exam, which includes a dental oral exam, for your dog or cat every year.

-Schedule regular dental prophylaxis (dental cleanings) as recommended by your veterinarian

-Brush your petís teeth daily, or if every other day offer your pet a dental hygiene chew (What would your dentist say if you only brushed your teeth once a week?)

-Use toothpaste made for dogs and cats that is flavored and does not have fluoride in it. (It is ok if they just chew on the brush.)

-Offer dog or cat foods and treats that control tartar and plaque and promote good dental health.


 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

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